Madonna's Perfume Ad Too Racy for Television


Her Truth or Dare commercial is subject to a few changes, particularly on the amount of clothes that cover the singer's body.

For showing too much cleavage, Madonna's perfume ad is banned from television. Her 30-second black and white commercial for Truth or Dare is deemed too racy by ABC that the network has ordered a revision or else they won't air it.

The 53-year-old singer wears a low-cut corset and fishnet stockings while singing and writhing to her dance song. ABC wants the ad digitally altered to cover shots of her body, particularly the corset that shows big area of her breasts and behind. "ABC also wants to cut another suggestive scene where Madonna writhes around," a source told NY Post.

Even after the changes, ABC will only air the commercial after 9 P.M. for older audience. However, the alphabet will still put it up during daytime talk show "The View".

Madonna was already in another ban list this month with her "Girl Gone Wild" music video. Thought to be too racy for all ages' view, the video was tagged with "inappropriate content" and is only made available for above 18 by YouTube.


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