Boobs, Butts, Cracks Banned at Grammys…But Not at These 5 Charity Events

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Following a wardrobe malfunction-free Super Bowl, CBS officials are doing everything they can to make sure this Sunday’s Grammy Awards are as boring family-friendly as possible. They recently emailed attendees a set of strict wardrobe rules that ban boobs, butts, and other exposed curves. If this news put a damper on your weekend T.V. plans, let us cheer you up with a few wildly “inappropriate” pics of celebs… at charity events!

+ No Boobs, No Butts

All talent appearing on camera are asked to “please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered.” Wait…only female breasts?! I wonder if any funnymen in attendance will test their luck by flaunting their man boobs. If it were Grammy night, Halle Berry’s choice of dress for Alicia KeysKeep A Child Alive fundraiser would have been absolutely amazing offensive.

+ No “Buttock Cracks”

Attendees must “please avoid exposing bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack.” Shame on any celeb who’s shown cheek or crack at a charity event…unless that event involved a Slip ‘N ‘Slide. Or you’re Jack Black (pictured above).

+ “Bare sides or under curvature of the breasts is also problematic”

Janet Jackson broke all the Grammy rules at last night’s amfAR Gala, where she was honored. Janet is a spokesperson for amfAR — an organization that raises major funds for AIDS research. One wrong move and she’s Grammy toast.

+ No Nips

Nip slips aren’t even allowed at breast cancer events, which is probably why LeAnn Rimes’ little “accident” at NOH8’s 4th anniversary party didn’t go over so well. NOH8 was started in response to California’s Proposition 8, which banned same sex marriage. (Nip slip not pictured above…Maybe Perez can help with that?)

+ No Causes

As stated in the email, “the Network requests that any organized cause visibly spelled out on talent’s wardrobe be avoided. This would include lapel pins or any other form of accessory.” This last rule is a shame, ‘cause what if celebs wanna wear a “Got Your 6″ pin for veterans, or if JT wants to rock his Stand Up To Cancer shirt one last time?!

What do you think of “the Network’s” request? Will more conservative fashion choices hurt or help this year’s Grammy red carpet and stage? Let us know by leaving a comment below, or Tweet us!

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