More than six years later, Janet Jackson may still have to pay for her much-ballyhooed wardrobe malfunction at Super Bowl XXXVIII.
The AP reports that a federal appeals court will reexamine a fine previously tossed by the FCC that could set Janet back by $550,000.
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia will determine today whether the fine, which was thrown out in 2008, is permissible.
The 2004 Super Bowl incident—dubbed Nipplegate—occurred during a halftime performance starring Janet and Justin Timberlake, who inadvertently tore a removable portion of the singer's outfit that covered her right breast.
The nationally broadcasted slipup aired on television for less than one second. —John Kennedy