The most daring (and risky!) Grammy fashion of all time

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The most daring (and risky!) Grammy fashion of all time

Jennifer Lopez turned heads and made history books with this extremely deep-plunging neckline at the 2000 Grammys.

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Christina Aguilera was sporting braids and this revealing dress at the 2001 Grammy Awards.

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This dress had very strategically placed strips of fabric that we know Ciara was praying would stay in place!

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Anne V wore a very high slit in this black cut-out dress in 2012.

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Paula Abdul wore this short, sheer gold flapper dress in 1990.

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Lil Kim opts for just a pasty over her left breast at the 1999 Grammy Awards.

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This dress on Toni Braxton definitely wouldn’t fly with today’s regulations from CBS! She wore this to the 2001 Grammy Awards.

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Traci Bingham wore this barely-there top with hot pink bottoms to the 2001 Grammys, and certainly raised a few eyebrows.

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Shakira looked beautiful in 2001, but this dress might be a bit risqué for the new guidelines from CBS.

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Destiny’s Child was willing to bare it all with these backless dresses in 2001!

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Pink wore this extremely sparing top with white pants in 2002.

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Foxy Brown wore this super short dress with exposed bra in 2003, and we aren’t sure how it would fly with the new regulations from CBS!

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Pink shows off her tattoo in 2003 with this black dress with a very high slit!

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Margaret Cho wore this barely-there sheer peacock feather dress with in 2004, and we can’t help but wonder, what was she thinking?!

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Eve was seen at the 2005 Grammy Awards in this red deep-v dress, with a very high hemline.

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Teri Hatcher wore this sheer dress to the 2006 Grammy Awards, and though she rocked it, it may be questionable now!

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M.I.A. proudly showed off her pregnant belly with this sheer and shocking outfit.

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Nadeea wore this super short dress with exposed back to the 2010 Grammys, risking a flash if she wasn’t careful!

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This outfit for Pink’s performance at the 2010 Grammy Awards was ideal for dancing, but not very covered up!

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Britney Spears wore this sheer dress to the Grammy Awards in 2010.

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Miley Cyrus still had her long locks in 2011, but was not shy on the red carpet with this mesh top.

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Rihanna wore a sheer tiered ruffle dress to the Grammys in 2011, and it was very revealing.

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This barely-there lace top on Angelique Boyer(pictured in 2011) might be frowned upon at the 2013 Grammy Awards.

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Katy Perry exposed a sparkly bra at the 2011 Grammy Awards.

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A sheer dress with a pop of pink was worn by Hayley Williams at the 2011 Grammys.

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Lady Gaga always shocks viewers with the fun and funky outfits she wears, and she didn’t disappoint with her 2012 sheer polka-dotted outfit.

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A bedazzled bra and super short skirt: Nadeea’s 2012 Grammys dress could have been a wardrobe malfunction in the making!

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Katy Perry bared her cleavage at the 2013 Grammy Awards!

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Kelly Rowland wore a dress with strategically-placed sheer paneling to the 55th annual Grammy Awards.

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If you're a frequent viewer of the annual Grammy Awards, you know that the stars who attend lean more towards daring and bold looks than modest ones.

We all remember when Janet Jackson had a nip slip at the halftime performance of the Super Bowl in 2004 on CBS, and the network was fined $550,000 for the controversy. Needless to say, they don't want to deal with that issue again! Last year, CBS released a statement to the show's attendees barring them from wearing overly sexual or revealing outfits to the show. We expect the same regulations may be in place for the 2014 show.

Deadline accessed the email that was sent out last year, and it read "please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered. Thong type costumes are problematic. Please avoid exposing bare flesh under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack. Bare sides or under curvature of the breasts is also problematic." The email continued to ask attendees to "please avoid sheer see-through clothing" and to avoid "any organized cause visibly spelled out on talent's wardrobe" as well.

With a tendency towards the risque, we can't help but wonder what some of the more daring stars will wear this year! We took a look back at some of the riskiest Grammy fashion choices of all time. You won't believe what Toni Braxton wore in 2001! There are high hemlines and low necklines, with plenty of sheer in between.

We can't wait to see what everyone is wearing this Sunday, but for now, take a look at some of the outfits from years past that we know wouldn't fly at this year's Grammy Awards!

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