Gwen Stefani is set to perform in Malaysia later this month but she will be toning down the sex appeal when she hits the stage.
The ‘Sweet Escape’ singer has said she will not wear any revealing costumes and "will abide by the Malaysian authorities' guidelines to ensure that her show will not be offensive to local sensitivities," said the show’s sponsor Maxis.
The National Union of Malaysian Muslim Students objected to Gwen’s saucy outfits and called the video clips promoting the concert "too obscene." The group's president threatened earlier this week to ask the authorities to intervene if Maxis did not cancel the show, reports E!
Malaysia's Culture, Arts and Heritage Ministry said that officers will be on hand to make sure that Gwen will be covered from the top of her chest to her knees; not jump, shout, hug or kiss onstage; not wear clothing depicting offensive messages or images (drugs, sex, etc.); and there is to be no throwing things at the audience.
Gwen will stop at Kuala Lumpur as part of her Sweet Escape world tour.
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