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Feb 2 04 2:18 PM




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#123 [url]

Feb 2 04 2:28 PM

Re: Justin DID DO THIS to ONE UP BRITNEY & Madonna!!!!!!

Justin & Janet: Out of Control

by Marcus Errico
Feb 1, 2004, 10:20 PM PT

Forget that Britney-Madonna-Christina three-way lip-smackdown--Justin and Janet just one-upped it with a very, well, titillating halftime performance at Super Bowl XXXVIII Sunday. >:

Football fans--and shocked producers--got an unexpected eyeful during the grand finale of Timberlake and Jackson's halftime-ending duet when the 'N Syncer grabbed Jackson's outfit and yanked off a patch of leather covering Jackson's right breast, briefly exposing her mammary to some 140 million viewers.

Many of those viewers were none too pleased about the action on the boob tube and they quickly phoned CBS to voice their displeasure. The network said it had fielded "several" irate calls after the halftime spectacular, which was produced by CBS' corporate kin MTV and also featured less revealing numbers by Nelly, P. Diddy and Kid Rock.

"CBS deeply regrets the incident," the network said in a press release.

Considering Jackson and Timberlake's bump-and-grind performance, their cozy off-stage relationship (they were briefly linked romantically following his bust-up with Spears), the fact that Jackson appeared to be wearing a star-shaped pasty over her nipple and MTV's reputation for too-hot TV moments (the network's Website featured the headline "Janet Jackson's Super Bowl Show Promises 'Shocking Moments'";) , many viewers believed the incident to have been staged. Heck, it was more exciting than most of the first two quarters between the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers.

But all parties concerned denied the breast incident was preplanned.

CBS, which quickly cut away from the R-rated shot, said its executives had monitored rehearsals all week, "and there was no indication 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."

MTV concurred. "The tearing of Janet Jackson's costume was unrehearsed, unplanned, completely unintentional and was inconsistent with assurances we had about the content of the performance," the network said in a statement. "MTV regrets this incident occurred and we apologize to anyone who was offended by it."

Timberlake also offered something resembling an apology. "I am sorry that anyone was offended by the wardrobe malfunction during the halftime performance of the Super Bowl," he said in a statement. "It was not intentional and is regrettable."

But, malfunction or otherwise, the NFL wasn't in a forgiving mood. "We were extremely disappointed by elements of the MTV-produced halftime show," Joe Browne, NFL executive vice president, said--and we don't think he was referring to Nelly and Diddy's rendition of "Hot in Herre."

"They were totally inconsistent with assurances our office was given about the content of the show," he continued.

"It's unlikely that MTV will produce another Super Bowl halftime."

Nonetheless, Breastgate has given Jackson all kinds of free publicity as she prepares to release the single, "Just a Little While," off her new album, Damita Jo. The single hits radio stations Monday (and, according to a statement Sunday from label Virgin:evil , "comes on the heels of Janet's triumphant:rolleyes return to the spotlight with her performance as the featured artist at today's Super Bowl"); the album drops March 30.

Jackson wasn't the only one showing off her assets Sunday. Perhaps inspired by the Justin-Janet show, and despite heightened security, a streaker ran out on the field at Houston's Reliant Stadium just before the kickoff of the second half. This time, though, CBS producers managed to avert another candid-camera incident and zoomed out from the field before the man came into focus.

And the action on the field finally lived up to the halftime fireworks, as New England won on a last-second field goal, 32-29.

#124 [url]

Feb 2 04 2:54 PM

Re: "deplorable!"

NEW YORK (CNN) -- The head of the Federal Communications Commission on Monday called the baring of Janet Jackson's breast during the Super Bowl halftime show "deplorable" and said his agency will investigate.


Powell said in a statement that he was ''outraged," and that he told the five-member commission to launch an investigation. --


EXTRA TV...just minutes after he got off stage, Timberlake said, "It is every man’s dream. I thought it would be cool instead of doing my thing by myself, I would mix it up with her. It was fun."

#126 [url]

Feb 2 04 3:26 PM

How low can you go?

After the madge-britney kiss, janets ugly fake naked boob. Well it's not about talent anymore, it's about how low can you go to get publicity. What's next?, jlo naked on stage with her legs open so she could give the world a look inside a bitch. I wish it would be about talent, not about ordinary stuff like the madge, brit, janet thing. It all seems so pathetic, so stupid, ... If you do such things, its not about emancipation or being in control. What about the music???????



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#128 [url]

Feb 2 04 3:57 PM

HMM. What did i create?


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Feb 2 04 4:19 PM

Re: What did Justin mean to do?

I haven't seen the clip at all but what was Justin trying to do by grabbing Janets boob area anyway? Pull her too him? If so he would have aimed for her waist


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Feb 2 04 4:27 PM


IT's 7 pages! and should be transfered there... so there's more space for other topics!

#132 [url]

Feb 2 04 4:56 PM

Re: This sex thing with Janet and Madonna is SO 80's...OLD!
Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson perform during halftime show last night at Super Bowl. Phil Mushnick questions whether Timberlake's tearing away of Jackson's right breastplate should be considered sexual assault.

February 2, 2004 -- FORGET it. This is where we've been headed, this is where we're at. And it's depressing.
The Super Bowl halftime show, a national stage now regularly handed over to pre-established performers given to vulgar lyrics and grabbing their crotches, yesterday included plenty of that — and then some.

Janet Jackson, dressed like a dominatrix and surrounded by dancers in S & M outfits — the theme was, no kidding, self-esteem ("Say no to illiteracy!") — finished her bump-and-grind act by having her right breastplate torn away by Justin Timberlake to fully reveal Ms. Jackson's right breast.

Was Timberlake guilty of sexual assault? Was Jackson in violation of public decency statutes?

And why are we asking these questions in conjunction with the Super Bowl halftime show?

But that's football for ya. That's family TV viewing for ya. That's new-age corporate synergy for ya. As if it didn't already know what MTV has become, the NFL again selected MTV to produce its halftime. MTV and CBS, which owned yesterday's Super Bowl rights, are owned by Viacom.

And, once again, we can only write that if you hip-hopped into NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue's home and began grabbing your crotch, he'd call the cops. But on the occasion of the Super Bowl, the NFL is more than happy to invite such acts — and now, worse — into your home.

What a shame, especially because CBS's football side, yesterday, went old school, sticking to the game — staying on the field — as if the NFL championship is a game of some significance, as opposed to a prop through which to annually show how far and how fast we've fallen.

It seems so easy, a network deciding to pay strict attention to the football games it pays billions to televise. All you have to do is decide to do it. Yet any fool in the stands wearing a pig nose and a hula skirt is all it takes for most productions to lose focus.

Early in the first quarter, producer Mark Wolff and director Larry Cavolina made themselves clear. In the Pats' first possession, WR Troy Brown was seen, post-whistle, tending to his nose. A play later, a CBS camera found Brown on the sidelines having a nostril stuffed with gauze. That's good, pay-attention TV; no sideline reporter needed.

The replays came quickly and were of the relevant-angle variety. Football fans seemed to count for something. CBS lost track of down and distance on the Pats' winning drive, but all in all, CBS Sports, for what it's worth, did a good job showing a great game.

But what does it matter? The big story was the designed-to-shock halftime show. This was what the NFL, its networks and its advertisers bargained for, this was what they got, this was what we got. We can no longer be surprised, let alone shocked. The systemic, commercialized desensitization of America is relentless; it takes no days off. Woe is us.


Even above two weeks of droning Super Bowl hype, Mike Francesa has the ability to stand out — as a bad guy.

Friday on WFAN/YES, as he and Chris Russo were wrapping up their week's stay in Houston, Francesa went through a list of on-air guests they'd hosted in conjunction with Super Bowl XXXVIII.

Upon mentioning that NFL great Tony Dorsett and his son, Raiders' DB Anthony Dorsett, had been on, Francesa was driven to parenthetical comment, noting that the father was a fabulous player while, "his son can't play at all."

Talk about gratuitous cheap-shots. If that was worth saying, why didn't he say it to Anthony Dorsett? This was another one of those moments when Francesa said more about himself than the person he was stabbing . . . from behind.

Yes, Anthony Dorsett is not as talented as was his dad. But he has been good enough to play seven years in the NFL. Friday, Francesa might've thanked the Dorsetts for their time and presence. Instead, he drew an extra breath to knock a guy for no good reason. What a champ.


The next time the NFL portrays itself as fan-friendly, just remember this: Tickets to yesterday's Supe carried a face-value of $600. That's 50 times more than Supe I's costliest ticket, $12.

By that same multiple, a Chevy in 1967 that listed for $4,000 would now list for $200,000. The only fan-friendly thing about the cost of Super Bowl tickets is that the league's distribution formula long ago made it difficult for regular fans of either participating team to buy them — at any cost.

#133 [url]

Feb 2 04 5:05 PM

Re: Janet Jackson's prime-time breast show the talk of USA

Jan LaRue, chief counsel for Concerned Women for America, called it a "pornographic show".

"We lay a lot of the blame with our Federal Communications Commission for lax enforcement of our broadcast indecency laws," she said.

"We also hold responsible the NFL for approving a pornographic halftime show produced by MTV that was totally consistent with MTV's pornography that they produce all of the time. We don't buy for a minute that this was not planned. Everybody knew what was going on here."

The National Football League (NFL), which runs the Superbowl, said that MTV was unlikely to produce the show again.

"We were extremely disappointed by elements of the MTV-produced halftime show," said NFL executive vice president Joe Browne.

"They were totally inconsistent with assurances our office was given about the content of the show," he added. "It's unlikely that MTV will produce another Super Bowl halftime." can read the rest at the link above if you'd like.

MYSELF, I don't buy Justin's SORRY STORY, he did interviews afterwards and Sorry was the furthest thing from him lips....I even recall him braging that he was the envy of everyman.



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#134 [url]

Feb 2 04 5:55 PM

What a @#%$ waste of time this thread is... and

WTF does that "gay dicked-chick" getting it up the ass gif have to do with Janet's tits? :x :x :x :x :x :x :x



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Feb 2 04 7:15 PM

Re: Janet Jackson's prime-time breast show the talk of USA


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