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Breasts, Butts, and Lapel Pins Banned at the Grammys

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The Grammy Awards might be well known as the more casual award show on the circuit, but Deadline got wind of a an e-mail sent from the CBS Standards and Practice committee that asks attendees to kindly cover "buttocks" and "female breasts." Also that "thong costumes" are "problematic" and "under curves" are frowned upon. Also, also to ensure that no "'puffy' bare skin" near the genitalia is exposed. Besides mere flesh, visible brand names spelled out on clothing are also banned along with organization symbols in the form of lapel pins. Whelp, turns out we were wrong. Check out the full e-mail after the jump.

Guess it's easy to forget we live in a post-Nipplegate world.
· Breasts, Buttocks, Genitals Ban At Grammys – But Also Message-Sending Lapel Pins [Deadspin]
· There Is Literally Nothing You Can't Wear to the Grammys: 25 Looks That Prove It [Racked]