Grammy musicians pushed cover up rules
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By Sarah Lennox
Hollywood celebrated the 55th annual Grammy Awards last night. The show is supposed to focus on awarding talented musicians, but many media outlets set their sights on the red carpet clothing. Best and worst dressed lists, like this video from ENTV, were all over the internet shortly after the musicians made their arrivals.
This year, a CBS dress code memo was leaked. It stated that buttocks and breasts needed to be fully covered. Most celebrities followed the guidelines, but some rebelled.
Sarah Kelsey, style editor of AOL/The Huffington Post Canada, spoke to Humber News about best and worst dressed lists and the new dress code in this audio clip.
The #Grammy tag is still trending on Twitter and publications are using it to promote their articles on Grammy fashion.
— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) February 11, 2013
— InStyle (@InStyle) February 11, 2013
— VOGUE.CO.UK (@BritishVogue) February 11, 2013
— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) February 11, 2013