The Federal Communications Commission reported Wednesday that it received a whopping 1,312 complaints over Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’shalftime show at the Super Bowl earlier this month. The performance – which paid homage to the women’s Latina roots – was described as “completely inappropriate,” “obscene,” and a “strip club act” by irate viewers, with objections arriving from every state except Vermont. Only around 50 people filed complaints when Maroon 5 frontman, Adam Levine, performed topless at Super Bowl 53 in 2019.
Because the show did not violate obscenity laws, it's unlikely the FCC will take any action or open any investigation.
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