Julianne Hough ‘Is That So Wrong’ official video ‘kinda banned’ by CMT

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Julianne Hough told a concert crowd Friday in Maryland that her ‘Is That So Wrong’ official video had been ‘kinda banned’ by CMT, the Washington Post reports.

‘Apparently I was taking off too many clothes as I was dancing across my bedroom,’ the ‘Burlesque’ actress said, pausing. ‘But I don’t know — I kind of liked it.’

Of course we had to look, and fortunately the video falls well within the Ministry’s never-super-high standards, so you can check it out too, above. But, for example:

Nobody gets beaten, and nothing gets burned down.


The official video in no way features Miley Cyrus grinding, smoking or dancing like a loon.

It’s not shot in a women’s prison, with performers in scanty underthings — and there’s no mass murder.

So — are you scandalized by a beautiful woman dancing in short shorts and a bra that covers up just about everything? Even if she is Ryan Seacrest‘s 22-year-old girlfriend?


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