It's still debated why Victoria's Secret canceled her fashion show in 2004, but the media reported that the networks were skeptical to ride every degree of nudity after the performance of Janet Jackson Superbowl.
In an interview with CNN, Ed Razek, Chief Marketing Officer of Victoria's Secret Company, L Brands, said the cancellation had nothing to do with Janet Jackson.
"Some say the show does not work because of the Super Bowl incident, but that's not the case," Raek said. "It's clear that we could get the show in the air if we want. It's fashion, and we can not always use the same way to promote the brand."
Instead of a fashion show, Victoria Siker took the angels on a tour across the country, including stops in New York, Miami, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.