All celebrities who will be walking the red carpet at the 2013 Grammy have been given a wardrobe advisory banning breasts, excessive cleavage and buttocks from being exposed, like many celebs have been known to expose at celebrity attended events such as red-carpet award shows.
On Tuesday, CBS, which broadcasts the Grammy Awards, emailed out to all its contacts about the network policy which had the subject title "55th GRAMMYS: Standard And Practice Wardrobe Advisory."
In the email, CBS wrote that any talent, who would be appearing on camera, should adhere to the policy and that buttocks and female breasts should be adequately covered. In addition, thong type costumes are stated to be problematic and that bare fleshy under-curves of the buttocks and butt cracks should be avoided.
Celebs and others who were planning to hit the camera for interviews and for appearance purposes were also alerted that they can no longer wear bare side, sheer see-through clothing, which may cause everyone to see the female areolas and other private areas. The genital area is also a grave concern and there may be no cameltoes aka "puffy" bare skin exposure.
CBS would also like to avoid those promoting brand name products on their T-shirts from appearing on camera as this may possibly cause problems with their sponsors. Anyone who wants to wear foreign language on their wardrobe also has to have permission and get it cleared.
And this does not just apply to only celebrities, it applies to audience members who may appear on camera.
Since the email was sent out, everyone has been voicing their concerns and calling the program policy everything between great to ridiculous.
How do you feel about the wardrobe policy for the 2013 Grammy Awards?