Remember when Janet Jackson accidentally exposed one of her breasts during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show and everyone — and by everyone, I mean the FCC — freaked out because boobs are supposed to be kept in their proper, hidden place?
Well, apparently in 2011, wardrobe malfunctions are no longer cause for alarm. In fact, they have become common occurrences.
During a June interview on “Fox and Friends,” Khloe Kardashian flashed nippleage when the partially sheer black top she was wearing (sans bra) shifted as she happily chattered away about “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
During a live Aug. 5 performance on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Nicki Minaj also inadvertently put a breast on public display when her halter top went rogue. The network apologized and removed the unintended nudity from later broadcast feeds.
Then last weekend — a day after the Minaj incident — singer Kelly Rowland accidently exposed both breasts during a concert in West Orange, N.J., when the bra-like top she was wearing slid upwards in ways she, presumably, did not anticipate. Since she wasn’t on TV, the moment might have gone unnoticed if it weren’t for the Internet. Photos of Rowland and all her mammary glory appeared, causing her name to spike as a super-searched term on Google.