Lea Michele Nabbed By Fashion Police for Breast Exposure

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Lea Michele was cited by the Fashion Police this weekend for wearing a daring white Georgio Armani gown to the 2012 Do Something Awards in Santa Monica, California.

Although the E! Entertainment Television arbiters generally liked what they saw on the Glee star, the team wondered about certain aspects of the sartorial outing since Michele left little to the imagination when it came to her breasts, which were definitely on show.

In fact, George Kotsiopoulos said that the Armani was “a little too revealing.” Still, this editorial stylist who seems to really know his stuff when it comes to how celebrities should and should not dress said she looked “beautiful.” However, he wondered if Lea should have picked another frock for this gathering since the charity event was aimed at teenagers.

Meanwhile, Kelly Osbourne praised Lea Michele, saying that even though she isn’t a fan of the mullet dress, she really liked the version the star wore that was designed by Georgio Armani.

As for Melissa Rivers, who was sitting in for Giuliana Rancic, who was out for maternity leave, this particular picky judge called the look like she saw it, saying the dress was “a little too low” and that her hair was “a little too long.” She did like what Lea wore on her feet: a pair of Jenni Kayne snake skin sandals that looked barely there.

That said and over with, the daughter of Joan Rivers and executive producer of FP commented that this is the best she’s ever seen this particular actress out for a public event.

To be sure, after scrutinizing Lea Michele and her breasts in Armani for a matter of minutes, the Fashion Police declared this particular thespian a winner at the style game when she showed up last week for charity with her boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith who surely must have considered his woman in the white dress a style winner for their evening out.

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