Meagan Good presents BET gospel award in a dress cut to her navel
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Should there be another commandment: “Thou shall not wear skin-bearing dresses when presenting religious awards?”
That might be a consideration following Meagan Good’s appearance at the BET Awards on Sunday, where she wore a low-cut, cleavage-revealing gown that left little to the imagination.
Good, who starred in NBC’s canceled “Deception” as an undercover detective, was on hand to present the gospel artist award, but many viewers felt her choice of wardrobe may have been a bit inappropriate, particularly since she was presenting the gospel award.
In an interesting twist, the actress married a Seventh-day Adventist preacher last year.
What do you think? Did Good dress inappropriately for the BET Awards?
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