http://www.local6.com/entertainment/2959480/detail.html Network Bleeps Janet Jackson For Saying 'J' Word Letterman Is Singer's First Network Appearance Since Super Bowl CBS has finally gotten its shot at bleeping Janet Jackson. Jackson appeared on David Letterman's show and the censors bleeped her for saying "Jesus" in the singer's first network television appearance since her infamous breast-baring incident at the Super Bowl in February. She said it in apparent exasperation as Letterman asked her about her in famous "wardrobe malfunction" -- as her co-performer Justin Timberlake described it -- at the conclusion of the duo's halftime number. Letterman's "Late Show" broadcasts, like Jay Leno's "Tonight Show" are taped hours before they air, so if there is any objectionable content, censor have ample warning to edit anything out. ABC's "Good Morning America" won't quite have the same luxury of time Tuesday when Jackson appears: the show will only have a five-second delay for her performance. Jackson is making the rounds on network television to promote her new album, "Damita Jo," which is in stores Tuesday. On Letterman, Jackson insisted baring her breast was an accident and not a stunt. She said she and Justin Timberlake did not rehearse what happened. Jackson repeatedly told Letterman she didn't want to talk about the incident. She said she wants to put it behind her and she's sure people are sick of hearing about it. But Letterman says he wasn't so sure about that. Jackson said it was "very embarrassing" to "have so many people see this little breast." The controversy erupted Feb. 1, when, at the end of a flirtatious duet between Timberlake and Jackson, Timberlake reached across Jackson's leather gladiator outfit and pulled off part of her bustier -- leaving Jackson's right breast exposed. Jackson, Timberlake, CBS and halftime show producer MTV all apologized for the incident, but it wasn't enough for the Federal Communications Commission, which called it a "deplorable stunt" and launched an investigation.