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N(I-C-E): Kelly Rowland’s oh so risque dress Defies Grammy Awards’ Decency Code!



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Darlings…darlings…darlings

It seems as though our sweet Kelendria “Kelly” Rowland flushed out some undercover haters by making a bold stance on her freedom to express herself!

This year at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards held in L.A on February 10th, an email went out to all the attendees with a decency advisory code which explained some guidelines that ‘strictly’ prohibited provocative attire in efforts to minimize the number of ‘wardrobe malfunctions’ aka “girly parts flying out or peeking out.

Kelly Rowland like many other artists (Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, Ashanti, Taylor Swift…) decided to navigate around those guidelines and pushed the boundaries only to leave the unruly whack ‘fashion police’ around the world gaspin’. Kelly wore a Georges Chakra Couture dress, and accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

 

The dress featured strategically placed cutouts on her cleavage, thighs and midriff! Talk about manipulating the rules!

 

When Kelly was asked about her choice in attire she simply said

“It’s so funny! I thought about the dress code and thought about it again, and that’s about it…I respect. See, I wore clothes!

I aint even maddd atcha! The dress is undeniably provocative but one must appreciate the strong architectural shape and structure.

On the left is the original dress with a lot less coverage. On the right hand side, Kelly had the dress altered to comply with the guidelines set by CBS (the tele production company that hosted the Grammy’s).

Well I am super sold on the dress!! I looooooove the rebellious efforts of Kelly. The dress is the BOMB.COM!! Kelly should enjoy the hatin’…cause if they aren’t talking about you…you ain’t relevant! (BOOP!)

If you are interested in finding out more details in regards to the Grammy attire guidelines checkout deadline and  US Magazine.

 

 

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