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While some people may find it offensive when stars reveal a lot on the red carpet, we think it would be a crime if someone with as hot a body as Kelly didn’t show it off. Which is why this sheer-paneled Georges Chakra Couture is the perfect choice.
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It’s as if the designer of mint green Gucci gown read the email that CBS sent out then promptly deleted in. Or at least the part that read, “under curvatures of the breasts is also problematic.”
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When there’s more skin than material, the word cutouts doesn’t really apply. The singer wears what’s essentially one long reptilian-print strap around her torso attached to a mermaid-style skirt.
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Not even a major TV network can stand in the way of a and her breakover. She continues her cleavage-baring streak in a strap-happy Grecian J. Mendel gown with a high slit and bare back.
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“Bare sides” were among the no-nos in the memo, but Natasha bares ‘em anyway in a plunging red lace Emerson number, held in place with a dramatic silver belt.
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She may not be “exposing bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks,” (yes, they use the word “fleshy”) but comes as close to that as lawfully possible in her one-shouldered dress that shows more leg than most micromini skirts.
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Another star who laughed off that “no bare sides” request – and with good reason! – Kelly looks svelte and sexy in her edgy black Paule Ka creation.
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Dresses that “could possible expose female breast nipples” (uh, as opposed to what? Back nipples?) were strictly prohibited, but the Little Big Town singer takes a risk and shows up in a feminine sweetheart gown by Maria Lucia Hohan that covers only about a third of her torso.
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“I didn’t get the memo,” the flat out admitted on the red carpet, where she debuted a cut-up-to-here and cut-down-to-there navy Roberto Cavalli gown.
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“Please avoid sheer see-through clothing,” CBS wrote, to which the Grammy winner (for her song “Somebody That I Used to Know” with Gotye) clearly responded, “Please avoid cramping my style.”