Boobs and Butts Grab for Grammy Attention
It's practically tradition to bare it all during music's biggest night, but this year, there was more skin on display than usual.
We've seen a lot of deep-V necklines in the last few months during awards season — Jennifer Aniston in a vintage John Galliano gown at the SAGs and Jessica Chastain in Versace at the Golden Globes — but not as many as at Sunday's Grammys. A lot of it was just full on, in your face and unapologetic. The Hollywood Reporter predicted it at the Globes, but who knew boobs would play such a major role in high fashion?
At Sunday's Grammys, the ladies went dangerously low cut. We might ask (like we did of Jennifer Lopez's famous Versace gown in 2000) — how did these dresses stay on their bodies? We're guessing a lot of double-stick tape was holding those barely there tops up. Now, as to whether all this boobage is real — well, we wouldn't dare to guess.
The cleavage coven: Kim Kardashian, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Beyonce, Shaun Robinson, Lady Gaga, Kat Graham, Ashanti and Toni Braxton. That's a lot of exposure for one event. And in all age categories, that's for sure. It seems there's no such thing as being too "mature" for cleavage anymore.
As for butts on display — the rounder, the better. Minaj (working both the front and back), Kim Kardashian (as always), Jessie J and Madonna all flaunted their assets in sheer silhouettes or cut-out dresses.
The battle of the boobs and butts rages on, with some ladies — Minaj in Tom Ford and Madonna in Givenchy — working both sides of the coin and getting the amount of attention they were obviously seeking.