(CelebrityAccess News Service) — Fuse, the nation's only viewer-driven all music video network, set aside its differences in a sign of solidarity with rival MTV. In light of last Sunday's halftime show "wardrobe malfunction," Fuse publicly offered their support in an open letter that appeared in the New York Post on February 5:
An Open Letter to MTV:
Dear Friends at MTV,
Every day the entertainment industry is a victim of senseless, brutal wardrobe malfunctions, accidents, and outright crimes.
MTV, we at Fuse are standing with you!
Even though we are competitors, we think it's time to put aside our differences and take a stand. Let us not dwell on last Sunday's halftime show — the dated songs, the random crotch grabs and the senseless lip-synching. No. Let's put that all aside and focus on the issue at hand: VELCRO JUST DOES NOT WORK.
Many of us here have been victims of wardrobe malfunctions and understand the life-long impact one single costume catastrophe can have.
We at Fuse will support you any way we can. We will continue to play music videos every day, all day, day after day after day.
We are also willing to donate generously to the I.F.D.A.D.A.N.T.* (The Institute For the Development of Advanced Double Adhesive Nipple Tape).
Signed in solidarity,
Your Friends at Fuse
P.S. For what it's worth, we also thought Chicken of the Sea was a chicken-based product.
* Does not exist, but should. Give the Breast a Rest. Watch Music Videos On Fuse.
–Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen