Holly Willoughby's low-cut dress on The Voice final may have prompted 139 complaints to the BBC, got the Daily Mail in a froth (cue immediate post of a video clip), and prompted the corporation to issue an apology – but it failed to get Ofcom hot under the collar. The media regulator's investigations team, whose job it is to uphold broadcasting standards on behalf of the public, have assessed the 30 complaints it received and decided that Willoughby's neckline did not warrant a formal investigation. It's good to know that whatever the Mail might say about declining standards, this time the plunging was limited to Willoughby's neckline.
BBC cleared over Holly Willoughby bust-up | Media Monkey
Media regulator decides not to investigate despite string of complaints over presenter's low-cut dress on The Voice final