However, Timberlake was still allowed to attend and perform at the event. At the beginning of , the parody newspaper The Onion ran as its headline article for January 26, , "U. There are more important thing to focus on than a woman's body part, which is a beautiful thing. And the Super Bowl halftime show cast a laundry list of mostly controversy-free fogies for the show in the years following Nipplegate, including: I think we like our phones more than we like actual people. Bush's poor approval ratings and the Iraq War , with Bush and First Lady Laura Bush giving public commentary on the incident rather than focusing on other issues.
Jackson suspected ulterior motives in the media's reaction, expressing, "It was just perfect timing to take people's focus off of other things. People push you and you start to think, 'Can I handle this? Faced with lax broadcast standards for cable TV and satellite radio , as well as the absolute lawlessness of the Internet, the FCC becomes hell-bent on preserving common decency in the family-friendly realm of network television. Subsequent releases " Make Me " peaked atop the Hot Dance Club Songs and top 20 internationally; " Nothing " reached 1 on the digital pop and music video charts, also considered for an Oscar nomination. Fans got it at the end of her duet with Justin Timberlake sample lyric: Oh, my God,'" Timberlake said. We're all sexual beings, and if we don't let it out organically, we repress ourselves.
Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy - Wikipedia
Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy
Description: Justin Timberlake referenced the incident when ripping off part of Kristen Wiig's outfit during an appearance on Saturday Night Live in Jay Rosenthal, attorney for the Recording Artists' Coalition , says the FCC's involvement was a smoke-screen, or a " sound bite attempt" by the Republican -led commission to act as if it's doing something. Transcript of chat with Justin". We're all sexual beings, and if we don't let it out organically, we repress ourselves. The Super Bowl XXXVIII incident is considered to be the most controversial television and media event to occur within popular culture , and Jackson was regarded as the world's "most controversial musician" who was "changing the cultural landscape" due to the incident's massive effect on censorship and broadcasting in television and entertainment.