Loyalty -- he totally left Janet Jackson to take the heat after the Super Bowl. Archived from the original on February 2, Speaking to USA Today , Jackson said, "It's truly embarrassing for me to know that 90 million [ million] people saw my breast, and then to see it blown up on the Internet the size of a computer screen Michael Rich, director of Harvard 's Center on Media and Child Health, exclaimed, "Here we have Michael Powell upset about the happening in the Super Bowl, but the same Powell has been unwilling to do anything about the violence on television , where there has been much more research showing it has a harmful impact on kids. Design of a Decade: A written statement read, "The decision to have a costume reveal at the end of my halftime show performance was made after final rehearsals. Retrieved February 4,
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A dog is abducted by aliens. Retrieved February 7, But while Jackson was the show's headliner, it's hard to conceive a scenario in which Timberlake would have been forced to do anything he wasn't OK with as a media-trained performer since ! Martha then challenges Jack, pulling his nose off. Officially, CBS drew distance from the show:
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. Immediately following the incident Timberlake jokingly dismissed it, telling the inquisitive press: They brought a towel up on stage. Late Show with David Letterman. Afterwards, 10 seconds of an end credit segment from ClubJenna which, like Shorteez, is owned by Playboy Enterprises was shown. Retrieved January 17, 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.