Nach „Nipplegate“ - Justin Timberlake darf wieder zum Super Bowl. Vor 14 Jahren entblößte Justin Timberlake in der Halbzeit-Show des Super. Justin Timberlake ist der Star der diesjährigen Halbzeitshow beim Super Bowl. war er das schon einmal und sorgte mit Janet Jackson für. Der Super Bowl am 1. Februar sorgte für einen handfesten Skandal in den USA. Justin Timberlake entblößte die Brust von Janet Jackson.
15 Jahren nach Janet Jacksons "Nipplegate": Der Superbowl hat dank Adam Levine einen neuen SkandalDer Super Bowl am 1. Februar sorgte für einen handfesten Skandal in den USA. Justin Timberlake entblößte die Brust von Janet Jackson. Nach „Nipplegate“ - Justin Timberlake darf wieder zum Super Bowl. Vor 14 Jahren entblößte Justin Timberlake in der Halbzeit-Show des Super. Nipplegate bezeichnet den von den meisten US-amerikanischen Medien als Skandal Auch der Super Bowl wird seitdem im Fernsehen mit fünf Sekunden.
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New Zealand news outlets re-broadcast the "nipplegate" moment some in slow motion with commentary explaining that US ultra-conservatives had made the incident into a major controversy.
The nation's largest newspaper, the New Zealand Herald , ran an op-ed from a New Zealander living in America detailing his bafflement at his American friends, who had expressed outrage at the glimpse of nipple while supporting their country's invasion of Iraq and being fans of the television show Sex and the City.
On February 4, Terri Carlin, a banker residing in Knoxville , Tennessee , filed a class action lawsuit against Jackson and Timberlake on behalf of "all American citizens who watched the outrageous conduct".
The lawsuit alleged that the halftime show contained "sexually explicit acts solely designed to garner publicity and, ultimately, to increase profits for themselves".
The lawsuit sought maximum punitive and compensatory damages from the performers. Carlin later dropped the lawsuit. However, no other advertisers of the Super Bowl had similar demands.
The incident triggered a rash of fines that the FCC levied soon after the Super Bowl, alleging that the context of the "wardrobe malfunction" was intended "to pander, titillate and shock those watching" because it happened within the lyrics within Timberlake's performance of Rock Your Body : "Hurry up 'cause you're taking too long Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia.
On July 21, , the Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled  in favor of CBS, voiding the FCC's fine on the grounds that the enforcement involved a significant deviation from prior practice that was not announced as a clear policy change.
Fox Television Stations On November 2, , the Third Circuit Court ruled 2—1 that its earlier decision was correct, citing that the broadcast was legal under the FCC's then-current policy of allowing "fleeting" indecency on the airwaves, and that it was unfair of the FCC to change the policy retroactively.
CBS stated that it had a "decades-old" policy of rejecting advertisements regarding "controversial issues of public importance", although MoveOn charged that the networks had previously accepted similar advertisements from other groups.
The ad, sponsored by Focus on the Family , received similar controversy. Moments after the Jackson-Timberlake tangle, streaker Mark Roberts added to the controversial halftime by running around the field naked except for a well-placed G-string attached to half of a miniature football.
Part of Roberts' stunt was broadcast in the United States before players from both teams tackled him, allowing stadium security and police to take Roberts into custody.
Aside from Jackson's exposure, minor controversy was created when musician Kid Rock appearing in a poncho made from a slit American flag , which he later threw towards the audience.
Website Soap Opera Central speculated that the fallout from this incident may have had a subtle effect on daytime television. Copps stated that it was time for a crackdown on inappropriate sexual content in daytime television, and indicated that he was reviewing whether soap operas were violating the agency's indecency prohibitions.
Two other major sporting events that followed the Super Bowl that year also were forced to censor their respective halftime shows following the incident.
However, the NFL did not allow Chasez to perform during halftime due to the sexually suggestive content of his chosen song even though the game was carried by ESPN, which is not under the content purview of the FCC as it is a cable network, and therefore only self-regulates content as an advertiser-supported service , replacing it with traditional Hawaiian hula dancers.
Jackson was in attendance at the game, and dressed conservatively. Following these announcements, Guiding Light edited out nudity from an episode that had already been taped.
A week later, the show's executive producer John Conboy was fired and replaced by Ellen Wheeler.
Benjamin Svetkey of Entertainment Weekly quoted L. It argued that the FCC had implemented a standard "that would allow it to censor all kinds of things — anything considered blasphemous, coarse or vulgar", and observed that many radio stations, especially rock -formatted stations, had been engaging in self-censorship by censoring or removing songs from their libraries, so that they would not run afoul of the stricter regulation.
The incident also prompted tighter control over content by station owners and managers. Viacom, at the center of the controversy, also employed the controversial Howard Stern in its radio division at the time called Infinity Broadcasting.
The expanding control on content is said to be a contributing factor that drove Stern away from terrestrial radio and onto Sirius Satellite Radio , and is sometimes credited as the media figure most responsible for introducing a new era in radio.
That incident drew comparisons with the exposure of Janet Jackson's breast in the Super Bowl halftime show eight years prior.
The Associated Press asserted that people learned what M. Sports would be greatly affected by the controversy. Three weeks later, NASCAR announced at the driver and crew chief meeting at North Carolina Speedway that it would stiffen penalties on use of improper language or gestures including larger fines, loss of points if it occurred in a post-race interview or after the driver fell out of a race , ejection of a team from the race, or lap penalties if in-race under the circuit's "detrimental to NASCAR" rule.
In , Tony Stewart received a similar penalty after using an obscenity in a post-race interview following his Brickyard win. The NFL also came under some smaller controversies over its telecasts.
The FCC received a complaint about Fox's telecast of a January playoff game between the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings ; the complainant alleged that Minnesota player Randy Moss , who scored a touchdown, apparently made movements appearing to moon the spectators.
However, the FCC denied the complaint because Moss was fully clothed at all times, and his gestures were shown for only a few seconds, thus warranting that the display was not indecent; game announcer Joe Buck also immediately condemned the act and additionally, Moss was fined by the NFL.
During NBC's live broadcast of Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, , the five-year anniversary of the original incident, affiliate KVOA-TV 's analog broadcast feed the high definition feed of the station was unaffected over Comcast 's Tucson, Arizona system was interrupted by an unknown party, when an excerpt of a film aired by adult cable channel Shorteez was broadcast for 30 seconds to local Comcast subscribers just after Larry Fitzgerald scored his fourth-quarter touchdown to take the Cardinals to a 23—20 lead.
Afterwards, 10 seconds of an end credit segment from ClubJenna which, like Shorteez, is owned by Playboy Enterprises was shown.
Online columnist Josh Grossberg stated: "This almost makes us nostalgic for the days of Nipplegate.
Frederick S. Lane argued in his book The Decency Wars that the Super Bowl halftime show controversy influenced the primary focus on "moral values" and "media decency" in the Democratic Party primaries.
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 was originally scheduled to appear as a presenter for a tribute to Luther Vandross , performed by Celine Dion , Richard Marx and Alicia Keys , and was chosen due to previously collaborating with Vandross on the number-one hit " The Best Things in Life Are Free ".
According to People Magazine , Jackson "had been slated to speak before the accolade but was being pressured to bow out gracefully — or face being uninvited", before later being completely barred from attending.
However, Timberlake was still allowed to attend and perform at the event. Jackson had also been cast to play Lena Horne in a movie about the singer and activist's life, which was to be produced by ABC, but was forced to resign following the performance incident.
A spokesman for Disney said, "Considering all the controversy [the performance] drew, we talked it over for a couple of days and decided it would be best to replace hers with a new one.
The blacklisting affected promotion of Janet Jackson's first album released since the incident Damita Jo —her eighth studio album.
A majority of the reviews for the album, including those by AllMusic , the BBC , Entertainment Weekly , The Guardian and The New York Times focused on the negative backlash suffered by Jackson as a result of the incident but gave favorable reviews to the album itself.
Although receiving positive reception, the incident also affected the performance of following albums 20 Y. However, 20 Y.
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.
People Magazine stated Timberlake was referred to as "the Teflon man" at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards because the incident did not affect him as it did with Jackson.
Media commentators stated Jackson was treated too harshly by the media and public, while Timberlake's career was not affected much by the incident.
Shannon L. Holland in Women's Studies in Communication argued that the media reaction after the incident focused disproportionately on Jackson, "represent[ing] her as a contemporary Jezebel in that her racial and gendered Otherness was often juxtaposed with the 'normalcy' of Timberlake's white masculinity.
That is, she emerged in a public discourse as the primary if not sole instigator of the lewd act, a scheming seductress who manipulated Timberlake for her own economic gain.
Loyalty -- he totally left Janet Jackson to take the heat after the Super Bowl. Online also commented "Timberlake wasted no time placing the bulk of the blame for the incident on Jackson.
And, of course, the woman takes the blame even though the man stripped her. Pathetically typical. One observer claimed "Despite her 'wardrobe malfunction' — for which we think Justin Timberlake wasn't punished nearly as severely for — Janet put on a pretty amazing show.
After a while, there was only Janet Jackson. That's all there was. Janet Jackson," adding "Janet don't pull that thing open herself. He did it.
We were surprised that they didn't say anything to Justin about it. The term "wardrobe malfunction" began to be used by various entertainers when describing accidental public exposures or nudity, or revealing outfits.
The term's frequent usage also led to numerous entertainment outlets compiling various celebrity "wardrobe malfunctions", with Jackson included in the lists as the most infamous example and originator of the term.
It appears that she did, with her breast pixellated , but NBC said Jackson was wearing a bra. Justin Timberlake referenced the incident when ripping off part of Kristen Wiig's outfit during an appearance on Saturday Night Live in In the episode, the show's creators draw attention to the media and public's unnecessary reaction to Jackson's brief exposure while disregarding or accepting extreme acts of violence during a scene where the public is outraged when Eric Cartman is seen naked and having a "wardrobe malfunction" on stage, while character Butters Stotch is ignored although he is bleeding and severely injured.
Several game shows have also mentioned Jackson's performance. We're all sexual beings, and if we don't let it out organically, we repress ourselves.
If we repress anger, it turns to depression. If we repress our sexuality, it turns to pornography and rape.
To think that the country was in an uproar because of a nipple. The Super Bowl XXXVIII incident is considered to be the most controversial television and media event to occur within American popular culture , and Jackson was regarded as America'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.
The audience reaction charts looked like an electrocardiogram. YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim revealed that his frustration at not being able to easily find a video clip of the incident provided the inspiration for the creation of YouTube, and later of Vevo.
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