A SFW 'Sesame Street' cover of Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines': Less nudity, more cuteness
Robin Thicke's no. 1, chart-topping, summer smash hit "Blurred Lines" has its fair share of controversies. First, many believed that the lyrics of the song condoned rape -- though Thicke has since responded to those criticisms denying any "rapey" undertones. Then the singer debuted his music video for the song, which featured topless women in flesh-colored thongs dancing around fully-clothed Thicke, Pharell, and T.I.
The music video was so controversial and NSFW that it was banned from YouTube. You can still watch the unrated version on Vevo here, but if you're seeking a SFW music video of "Blurred Lines," how about this "Sesame Street" cover? There's much less nudity, and a lot more cuteness when Kermit the Frog, Grover, and Miss Piggy take the reins.
Watch the adorable video below: