Ken Ehrlich is the man behind the biggest night in music. Ken has been the producer for the GRAMMYs for the past 33 years, and today he joined The K-EARTH 101 Morning Show to tell us a few secrets of what goes on behind the production.
One recent story just broke this week about an email CBS sent to its GRAMMY guests detailing not to wear any clothing that reveals too much skin.
Fashion in GRAMMYs past has been known to be a little eccentric and controversial, especially with female artists. Because of the recent revealing trends with outfits on the red carpet, the network isn’t taking any chances with “wardrobe malfunctions” and issued an email to guests requesting to make sure all private body parts are adequately covered up.
We asked Ken about the email, who told us the request to cover up won’t affect the show.
“It doesn’t really affect us,” said Ken. “I actually saw it online, I was not sent a copy of it, but I know that the network ever since Janet Jackson has taken great care with what goes on its air, not just our show.”
“We have less of a problem with it than you might imagine,” he added. “We were the ones that started it all with Jennifer Lopez and that dress ten years ago, and I didn’t get a memo then.”
Part one: Ken talks about the GRAMMYs dress code email and putting together the show under chaotic last minute changes.