Katy Perry's Sesame Street Attire Is TOTALLY UNNECESSARY

Was Katy Perry's Sesame Street Attire Necessary?
What was she thinking? Who picked that outfit? Katy Perry just missed the opportunity of a lifetime because, I believe, those Sesame Street celebrity videos live on forever.  Or maybe she hasn't missed it at all...maybe she's just enjoyed the biggest FREE media frenzy possible.

What's the frenzy about? Why Katy Perry's choice of attire on her recent visit to the set of Sesame Street, of course.  It wasn't totally scandalous but, in at least the opinion of some people, it was totally unnecessary.

What do you think? Do you want your toddlers and preschoolers romping about, crawling around on the floor playing with a woman who is in this state of dress...or maybe I should say undress?

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Unknown said...

Although the outfit didn't look as bad "in motion" as it does in a still picture, I still think it was unnecessary. But Katy Perry doesn't play by my rules, and I suppose she's benefiting greatly from the publicity. Ah, Hollywood. It's just a different world from the one I live in.

Treasures By Brenda said...

Me, too, Susan...

Richard H said...

Coming from a different part of the world where there appears to be cultural differences about censorship, I have to say young children are likely to see worse walking through the mall with their parents.

I'd be more concerned if she were on the show toting a gun, but therein lies that cultural difference.

Thanks for contributing to the debate, Brenda, and especially for the link to the discussion here.

I was surprised and honoured to learn this morning that the debate was the recipient of a Purple Star. And I must thank someone not a million miles from this blog for the nomination. Thank you both :)

Treasures By Brenda said...

Thanks for your comment here, Rich. I am not surprised to hear that your page about Katy Perry's Sesame Street outfit is a purple star winner. Your page is fantastic and you've done a great job of engaging both sides of the debate.

I'd be concerned, too, if she were toting a gun but I'd have to say that, just because children might see worse at the mall, doesn't make it right. The fact that little girls are exposed to this in the media is why we have little girls wanting to dress provocatively.


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