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Nancy Grace: There Was No Wardrobe Malfunction

There was jiggling but no malfunction on DWTS, she claims

(Newser) - That nipple slip on Dancing With the Stars Monday night didn't actually happen and people who think they saw otherwise must have been seeing, uh, things, Nancy Grace tells E! Online . "They have taken all sorts of major league industrial-type precautions for nothing to happen, and you know... More »

Nancy Grace Has Wardrobe Malfunction

But nipple slip doesn't appear to affect her 'DWTS' score

(Newser) - Nancy Grace’s breasts have already gotten her quite a bit of attention since Dancing With the Stars premiered ( Gawker ’s headline last week: “Nancy Grace’s Giant Boobs Make Dancing with the Stars Debut”), but last night they stole the show … when one popped... More »

GMA Airs Nicki Minaj Nipple Slip

Parents' group says ABC should have used 5-second delay

(Newser) - A parents’ TV group is livid after rapper Nicki Minaj’s breast was accidentally exposed today during a live Good Morning America performance. “For the umpteenth time in recent memory a morning news show has included inappropriate content for children and families,” a rep for the Parents Television... More »

Catherine Zeta-Jones Flashes Audience

Mid-performance nip slip shocks Broadway audience

(Newser) - Hey, it's hard to keep 'em covered all the time. Catherine Zeta-Jones had a bit of a wardrobe malfunction during a performance of her Broadway show, A Little Night Music, the New York Post reports. In a scene where she opens her kimono to a fellow actor, some audience members... More »

Hasselbeck Returns to View, Talks Nipple

Elisabeth accidentally sent racy photo of baby, cleavage to family

(Newser) - Elisabeth Hasselbeck was back from maternity leave and in her old form this morning on The View, chatting amicably with Whoopi and company about Rush Limbaugh, David Letterman—and her nipple. That’s right, Hasselbeck showed off a photo of her baby, and told an anecdote of a far racier... More »

Appeals Court Rejects FCC Decency Rules

Broadcasters can't be punished for airing "fleeting expletives"

(Newser) - Networks that accidentally air profanity got a major break from a US appeals court yesterday when the court  shot down an FCC regulation that punishes them for airing even "fleeting expletives." The court said some of the FCC's indecency rules were "divorced from reality" and sent them... More »

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