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From Google's cache of http://www.kiddlive.com/ as retrieved on Oct 11, 2004

"Christina Aguilera's naughty nurse ad for Skechers trainers has been scrapped after complaints poured in from nurses across the country. In the ad, Christina's wearing a skimpy nurse's outfit and suspenders and she's threatening to inject her ghostly counterpart with a huge needle. Nurses from all over the place signed a petition they fired off to Skechers. The Center for Nursing Advocacy said the ad simultaneously exploited the "naughty nurse" and the "Nurse Ratched" stereotypes rather than a competent professional. Skechers buckled under the pressure and pulled the ad."

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