Retrieved June 27, 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 Mosswho scored a touchdown, apparently made movements appearing to moon the spectators. Views Read Edit View history. Awards Discography Songs Performances Videography. That's what happens, and it happened to me. Jackson suspected ulterior motives in the media's reaction, expressing, "It was just perfect timing to take people's focus off of other things.
Jay Rosenthal, attorney for the Recording Artists' Coalitionsays the FCC's involvement was a smoke-screen, or a " sound bite attempt" by the Republican -led commission to act as if it's doing something.
Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’
Archived from the original PDF on 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. He lost the championship lead after that incident and lost the championship by points after the incident. Super Bowl XXXVIII — which was broadcast live on February 1, from HoustonTexas on the CBS television network in the United States — was noted for a controversial halftime show in which Janet Jackson 's breastadorned with a nipple shieldwas exposed by Justin Timberlake for about half a second, in what was later referred to as a " wardrobe malfunction ". Fox Television Stations Online also commented "Timberlake wasted no time placing the bulk of the blame for the incident on Jackson. Views Read Edit View history.