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Flashback Friday: Watch Janet Jackson’s Iconic Super Bowl ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the 2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show and there were children watching. However, even that couldn’t stop the nip slip seen round the world.

This year commemorates the 10th anniversary since Justin Timberlake awkwardly revealed Janet Jackson‘s right breast during an incident that was famously coined a “wardrobe malfunction.”

For those of you who don’t remember (or who have tried to forget the awkward memory), the duo was performing JT’s song ‘Rock Your Body.’ When Justin sang the lines “I’m going to have you naked by the end of this song,” he ripped away part of Janet’s bustier, revealing a whole lot that the censors couldn’t catch.

Relive the wardrobe malfunction in all of its iconic awkwardness in the video below. (Remember, PopCrushers, it may not be HD quality, but it’s still NSFW!)

Next: See the Worst Wardrobe Malfunctions

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