RIHANNA showed off her rebellious side yet again last night as she flouted the strict dress code at the Grammys in a see-through dress.
The Diamonds singer, 24, took no notice of the awards bosses’ memo, which asked stars to make sure their breasts were “adequately covered”, by wearing a red frock that clearly showed her nipples underneath.
It was revealed last week that Grammys chiefs had sent out a list of rules and regulations to celebs citing what they should and shouldn’t wear.
The Standard And Practice Wardrobe Advisory stated “please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered”.
It added “bare sides or under curvature of the breasts are also problematic”.
While women were told that they should avoid “see-through clothing that could possibly expose female breast nipples”.
Rihanna wasn’t the only celeb to ignore the rules at last night’s 55th Annual Grammys Awards at LA’s Staples Center.
Kelly Rowland most definitely showed off the bare side of her boobs in a black gown, which featured sheer panels throughout.
The Destiny’s Child star, 31, joked backstage: “I thought about the dress code, and I thought about it again.
“I respect it. See, I wore clothes.”
While Katy Perry, 28, showed off an eye-popping amount of cleavage in a mint green gown.
The “curvature of her breasts” were clear for all to see as she walked the red carpet.
Former Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus boobed twice at the event.
The 20-year-old flaunted acres of side-boob in a black dress that barely covered her breasts.
And she flashed a nipple as the teeny frock slipped to the side.
Skylar Grey, 26, also took no notice of the apparent problems involved in revealing the side of a boob.
The singer-songwriter sported a red-sequinned side-less gown that failed to cover up her bust.
While Alicia Keys can’t have seen the bit in the memo about the under-boob.
Sheer panels on the 32-year-old’s black dress revealed the bottom of her breasts she performed on stage.