By now everyone's heard about Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake's revealing stunt at the Superbowl Halftime Show. Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake all say they're sorry - but none of that is deterring the federal government from looking into the Super Bowl's too-revealing halftime show. Click Here for BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER photos. More hot pictures of Janet can be found here. A high res photo gallery of Britney Spears is here.
If you Haven't Heard About The Janet Jackson Superbowl Flash Here's an Article From AP
Top CBS executives approved a musical skit where Janet Jackson would expose her breast during the MTV-produced Super Bowl half-time concert.
"The decision to go forward went to the very top of the network," a well-placed source explained from New York.
The groundbreaking scene came during the most-watched television broadcast of the year -- and during the dinner hour for the nation's west coast viewers.
Officially, CBS drew distance from the show: "CBS deeply regrets the incident that occurred during the Super Bowl halftime show," the network said in a release. "We attended all rehearsals throughout the week and there was no indication that any such thing would happen. The moment did not conform to CBS broadcast standards and we would like to apologize to anyone who was offended."
The before and after pictures of the incident can be found here. More hot pictures of Janet can be found here.
BREAKING: Janet Jackson and Timberlake Apologize for Flash
Federal Communications Commission chief Michael Powell on Monday promised an investigation into whether CBS violated decency laws, with potential fines of up to $27,500. If applied to each CBS station, the fine could reach into the millions.