September 25, 2007 11:19 PM by Joe Blackmon
After every Dancing With The Stars episode, the official ABC Dancing
With The Stars message board usually lights up with debate over the
skimpy costumes worn by the female dancers on the show. While some
viewers are offended by the amount of skin shown by the female dancers,
others defend the show by pointing out that the costumes are no
skimpier than what is traditionally worn in competitive ballroom
In the most recent episode of Dancing With The Stars, some viewers took offense at Edyta Sliwinska’s costume exposing part of her underwear (possible a thong). Other viewers noted a near wardrobe malfunction involving Karina Smirnoff’s dress, as the back part of it kept slipping down.
Ironically, even though most of the controversy centers around the possible exposure of buttocks and underwear by female dancers, the most revealing moment on the most recent Dancing With The Stars came via one of the male contestants. Billionaire Mark Cuban pulled up his shorts and exposed his left buttock in order to show off a hip surgery scar.
In another revealing moment by a male dancer, model Albert Reed wore an unbuttoned shirt and promised the women watching at home that by the end of the competition that the shirt was coming off. Len Goodman remarked after Albert’s dance that “It was like watching a stripper.”
Does Dancing With The Stars show too much skin? Are producers hoping that skimpy costumes will lead to wardrobe malfunctions that will drive buzz about the show? Post your comments below on if you think Dancing With The Stars is getting too revealing.
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