We have seen our share of celebrity wardrobe malfunctions, as well as network nanny-ing about what celebrities can and can not wear on television. The 2013 Grammy's Red Carpet looks may bring about a whole new way of watching television as networks may try to avoid the, what some may consider risque racks and more that several celebrities where showing.
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Miley Cyrus sideboobs and Katy Perry cleavage rates among the most sought after red carpet sightings. Miley Cyrus wore a Emilio Pucci black silk chiffon halterneck gown, that some may say could have used just a little more neck. But she was rocking the red carpet with her new short do and says she may never have long hair again. Skylar Grey gave Miley a run for her money with the sideboob, but for some reason didn't get noticed as much.
Ellen Degeneres was fascinated by Katy Perry's "perkiness" but who wouldn't be with mint green Gucci complete with star studded jewels that caused many a celeb to "cut up" over Perry's cut out.
Rihanna nipped her way down the red carpet with almost everything covered up, well sort of, with a sheer red Azzedine Alaia dress.
Taylor Swift managed to look sweet and innocent with a J. Mendel dress, ala Greek goddess. While she was baring some leg it definitely couldn't compete with the dangerously high slit dress by Anthony Vaccarello worn by J.Lo in a off the shoulder gown. In J.Lo's defense she said "they didn't say anything about legs!"
A carefully placed geometic design on Kelly Rowland's Georges Chakra gown showed a little and a lot, playing pee-a-book with bodice, waist and legs.
Pussycat Dolls singer Nicole Scherzinger CBS wardrobe warnings saying,
"I like that they're doing that," Nicole told the Associated Press. "I don't see any problem with it because [at the rate it's going] eventually everyone is going to be coming in bikinis and showing nothing but skin... Women can be beautiful and sexy without having to show everything. Keep it sassy, but classy!"
Now the question is, did they wear what was barely there because of the CBS memo or did they already have these dresses picked out?
Carly Rae Jepsen didn't exactly let the CBS network newsletter about the dress code influence her, but she didn't let it now. She wore what she wanted because she felt like a mermaid.