CBS Issues Warning Memo Telling Celebs to Cover Up at the Grammys

Posted on February 9, 2013

CBS is not kidding around this time about wardrobe malfunctions at the Grammys. Deadline got ahold of the memo that CBS sent to performers about what they are allowed to wear tomorrow night. The memo begins "CBS Program Practices advises that all talent appearing on camera please adhere to Network policy concerning wardrobe." It then gets really graphic about exactly what part of the body they do not want to see on prime time television. Basically, they are banning see through clothing, profanity on clothing, problematic thongs, and tops that don't adequately cover the starlets' decollete area. It's so graphic, in fact, it made us laugh. It's like CBS thinks the celebs are total idiots so they are going to spell it out in excruciating detail exactly what they don't want to see hanging out on the red carpet. CNN reports:

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