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Katy Perry on ‘Sesame Street’: No

September 21, 2010

Dear Katy: Cover your crap up.

Far be it for me to sanctimonious and such, but Jesus. Katy-can’t you give it a rest?  Is nothing sacred anymore?

You can ask anyone who knows me.  I’m not an overprotective mother.  However, I don’t see any need for Katy Perry to flaunt her boobs on Sesame Street. She has already done that on the cover of every pop culture magazine known to western civilization.   Isn’t that enough?  Must she sully the last show that exclusively caters to toddlers?

After I watched this video, in which Elmo repeatedly darts about her legs, I felt like the last fortress of childhood had been compromised. What do you think?



4 Responses to “ Katy Perry on ‘Sesame Street’: No ”

  1. Jane on September 21, 2010 at 7:26 am

    The boobs don’t bother nearly as much as the exposure of children to really, really bad music.

  2. Maria on September 21, 2010 at 7:46 am

    They’re just boobs. God forbid someone have a chest. They’re not pushed up, they’re just THERE. If she would have covered them up, her figure would have been more distracting than cleavage. Katy has bib boobs for her frame, she is NOT flaunting and they are not even the focus of this video. So unless you point it out to your children, believe me, they won’t notice. Trust me, there are worse things that you could be shielding your kids from. There are ads on the internet, in commercials and on billboards 10 times worse. This isn’t even bad. Might as well stop taking your kids to the beach too, right? Too much skin there? Oh but that’s okay? Yeah.

  3. nativenapkin on September 21, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    Just sorry I don’t have a Sesame Street aged child in the house anymore as I would be dead-busted if the wife came home and found me practicing my A-B-C-D’s (cups) to this…

  4. amanda on September 22, 2010 at 9:16 am

    The actual first lines of the song Hot and Cold are: “You change your mind like a girl changes clothes, Yeah you PMS Like a bitch, I would know.” I can just see a four-year-old girl at Target saying “Mommmmy I want that Katy Perry song from Sesame Street!” Next thing you know the kid is playing it in their room. HELLO: The main theme in Perry’s songs is sex. Whoever signed off on this at PBS needs their head (and integrity) examined.