Dress Code, Shmess Code: The Best Boobs at the 2013 Grammy Awards

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Feb. 11 2013, Published 1:20 p.m. ET

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This year, the Grammys tried to institute a “dress code” so that no inappropriate body parts ended up on TV. There was a ban on “fleshy under curves of the buttocks” and outfits that could “expose female breast nipples” and of course no “puffy” bare skin exposure of the genital region. These phrases don’t make sense to us and clearly many of the attendees didn’t get the wording, or the memo as a whole. Here are some of our favorite ladies looking beautiful and bra-free.

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Nothing broke about those two girls!

2. Miranda Lambert

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Miranda even told Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet that she was confused by the dress code wording, and decided to rock this gorgeous dress and classy cleave anyway.

3. Kelly Rowland

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Kelly Rowland's ta ta's are saying ta da!

4. Nazanin Mandi

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Natasha Beddingfield

Miguel's longtime love showed up "Adorn"-ing some serious underboob!

5. Natasha Beddingfield

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Natasha kept those puppies looking pretty in red

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Wow. If you ask most men today what color Katy Perry's dress was, they would not be able to tell you. Even Ellen needed to get a second look!

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Which revealing dress was your favorite? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine


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