Miley Cyrus was Saturday Night Live's musical guest.
But it was not her voice or song selection that turned heads.
No -- Twitter made it very clear that her eye-catching wardrobe choice was driving viewers to distraction.
She wore a very shiny jacket ... and nothing underneath. No shirt and no bra.
Miley did not have a nip slip, thanks to some very praise-worthy wardrobe choices.
But audiences weren't so confident of that, and they kept their eyes glued in awe and nervousness during Miley's performance.
Take a look:
First, here was her look
She looks great as she performs beside Mark Ronson. But was she courting disaster?
Viewers were amazed
Anyone else old enough to be having flashbacks to Jennifer Lopez's infamous dress? If you're ready to feel ancient, know that J Lo's dress was at the Grammy Awards in 2000.
It was distracting
Distracting, in this case, refers to the tension as the audience wondered if her boob was going to pop out on live television.
Others vowed to remain focused
Even the people concentrating on her voice had to acknowledge that she pulled off one hell of a look.
People watched in wonder
We should point out that, if your nipples are capable of grasping and clinging to fabric, you may want to talk to a doctor.
Of course, how she did it is no real mystery
Ever since the J Lo incident -- which was nearly 19 years ago -- people have known that double-sided tape is usually the trick.
Viewers felt empathy for the censors
Deservedly, departments that censor television content get very little love. But it's someone's job to watch for a nip slip on live television and make sure that the camera cuts away if it happens. They earned their money on Saturday night.
Viewers were nervous, too
It could happen at any moment.
Miley has a lot of trust
We suspect that she trusts her wardrobe people more than she trusts the tape
Others were happy to just watch
'90s Thumbs-Up Guy is a very classic meme. That kid is an adult now, obviously, and is amused by his meme-fame.
Again, people felt for the censors
James McAvoy is under-memed. The guy plays Professor X, Mr. Tumnus, and Leto Atreides II, but he's just not in enough memes. Somebody get on that.
Others want details
There's really no appropriate way to just ask a woman what adhesives she likes to put on her bazoongas.
Others let Miley's look speak for itself
Not commenting at all can be a great way to make sure that others reply to your tweet. Everybody has an opinion.
In the end, she looked great
A lot of people skip the musical guests on Saturday Night Live. Having your boobs in the dangerzone is certainly one way to make sure that people pay attention.