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Janet Jackson Wardrobe Malfunction Video | Nipplegate During Super Bowl XXXVIII

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Janet Jackson Wardrobe Malfunction Video | Nipplegate During Super Bowl XXXVIII

This video of Janet Jackson’s breast being exposed by Justin Timberlake is a little outdated I know, but for some reason, it’s back in the new again. Nipplegate rumbles on, five years after it happened.

The nipple slip happened during the halftime show of Super Bowl XXXVIII. Justin Timberlake reached over and pulled one side of Jackson’s bra right off, exposing her right breast complete with nipple clamp.

When this first happened, I couldn’t actually see what all the fuss was about. Sure, it was meant to happen, with the appeals of innocence from Jackson and Timberlake afterwards a complete joke. But it’s only a nipple. Is it really that bad?

There was me thinking Americans were mature, well-rounded individuals. But the debate which Janet’s wardrobe malfunction sparked left me wondering whether everyone had lost their marbles.

What’s strange is that us Brits are regarded as the uptight ones, especially by Americans. But if this had happened in the UK, we’d have all laughed about it and then moved on in a matter of days.

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  1. J

    December 26, 2009 at 3:26 pm

    I agree that the American’s are not everything that they think they are.

    I’m from Canada. I watched the video to see what the big deal was about.

    In Europe a lot of women sunbath topless. Men don’t always wear shirts in public, so what is the big deal about a female nipple?

    Although, I would never deliberately expose myself in that way, who cares if someone else does it?


  2. chicha18

    January 5, 2010 at 10:49 am

    yes its a big deal. that was sick and stupid id love to slap them both and whoever else was involved. u can still be mature and hate that crap. thats nudity and immoral. us americans as a whole need to realize more and stop flaunting nudity and sex likes its ok to do whenever u freakin want

  3. sara

    February 6, 2010 at 8:03 pm

    Most American couldn’t have cared less. In fact the vast, vast majority of Americans thought it was hilarious. But the right-wingers were trying to use it to get around the constitutional right to freedom of speech and expression so that the FCC could have more control of the media during the Bush administration. This gives them more ability to control people’s access to information and therefore public contestation. To be honest, you guys in the UK already have this problem. You have a much higher level of media control than we do as the British government can actually determine what content can be shown in the country. Ours can only state what age you have to be to watch it and what stations and time it must be on (can’t have hardcore on public access at noon, but it can be on cable at 10pm). The exception would be something like child pron or snuff films of course. You can see why it would be tempting for the Bush administration to try to find opportunities to gain more control over media by stating that it is “dangerous” to give media too much free will.

    It’s kind of like how Brits look for every silly opportunity to look down on Americans. Someone (and oh dear god it was a bunch of “commoners”) has beaten you. Get over it.

  4. Rosa Salim

    November 27, 2010 at 6:24 am

    Publicity stunt only

  5. Judi

    May 12, 2018 at 5:57 pm

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