Jennifer Lopez has never been known for subtlety when it comes to showing off her ample assets, but plenty of British viewers thought she went over the line earlier this week.

J.Lo appeared on Britain's Got Talent this past Tuesday to give an exclusive performance of her latest single "Live It Up", but the show was flooded with complaints just hours later that the performance was too sexy for a family show. One viewer who formally complained even went so far as to say that her barely-there outfit and sexy gyrating was "almost porn."

Wearing little more than skimpy underwear, a questionable fur bolero and thigh-high boots, the pelvic-thrust happy performance led British broadcast industry regulator Ofcom to receive hundreds of complaints after just 12 hours. "Does #jenniferlopez realise its a family show - only thing missing was the pole - cover up your cheeks please!" tweeted one viewer.

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Ofcom said that they are currently "assessing but not investigating" the complaints, while a spokesperson for the show told MailOnline, "We do not believe that Jennifer Lopez's performance would have exceeded the expectations of the vast majority of the audience for this long-established entertainment program."

Those in attendance for J.Lo's performance would seem to agree given the level of applause, while the show's judges gave it their seal of approval. "If anyone wants to know how you do it, that's how you do it. Seriously world class," said Simon Cowell.

Jennifer's reign of terror on British decency will continue this Saturday, when she will perform alongside Beyonce and other top acts at Twickenham Stadium in London for the Chime for Change charity concert. Anyone who isn't looking for sex appeal would be wise to avert their eyes from any Jennifer Lopez appearance from now on...

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