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From Google's cache of 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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