Celebrity Central / Top 25 Celebs
Sep 23, 2004
In a unanimous decision, the FCC levies a $27,500 fine, the maximum for indecency
Sep 08, 2004
The star's Super Bowl stunt will cost 20 CBS-owned stations $27,500 each
Aug 10, 2004
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Jul 19, 2004
The network's chief says "we're not going to stand for" being penalized for the star's stunt
Jul 01, 2004
Feds are set to fine CBS stations for airing the pop star's Super Bowl stunt
May 28, 2004
A Utah lawyer loses his claim against Viacom for broadcasting the Super Bowl halftime show
Apr 12, 2004
There was more titillation over Janet Jackson's Super Bowl stunt as the singer parodied herself and Condoleezza Rice on "Saturday Night Live."
Apr 02, 2004
The Super Bowl vixen hosts "SNL"; Kurt Cobain book stirs up controversy; "Idol" William Hung and "The Bachelor" return; Nick and Jessica feel special.
Mar 30, 2004
Jackson keeps everything in her dress -- and keeps relatively quiet -- during her first appearance in support of her new album, "Damita Jo."
Mar 29, 2004
On the eve of her new album's release, Jackson returns to national television with a spot on Letterman's "Late Show."
Mar 22, 2004
"You've been there for me during the good times as well as the bad," the disgraced diva tells fans at the Soul Train Music Awards, where OutKast took the big prize.
Mar 12, 2004
The U.S. House of Representatives, spurred on by Jackson's Super Bowl performance, approves a dramatic new boost in fines for broadcast indecency.
Mar 05, 2004
In her first big TV appearance since the Feb. 1 Super Bowl, the disgraced pop diva will host and perform April 10 on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."
Mar 03, 2004
A Mickey Mouse statue inspired by the singer is removed from the Florida theme park in the wake of her controversial Super Bowl stunt.
Mar 01, 2004
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