Katy Perry busts out on 'SNL', mocks 'Sesame Street' boobie ban
Buxom pop star Katy Perry made fun of the banned "Sesame Street" video on "Saturday Night Live" by appearing in a sketch all about her breasts. The "Street" video (where she's wearing a bright satin dress and running after Elmo) she shot for the childrens show was deemed not suitable for preschoolers by outraged parents. Seriously.
On "SNL," Katy played a 16-year old library volunteer who has been told to wear looser and less-revealing clothing when she does storytime. She discusses the situation on the mock daytime chat show, "Bronx Beat," hosted by Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph.
The hosts make a big deal of the fact that Katy (aka "Maureen") appears to have developed substantially. And they take particular notice of her Elmo shirt, which has ripped due to her expanded bosoms.
"Look at Elmo's head, it's all stretched out," Poehler adds. Katy responds by giggling and moving up and down on the couch, making her sweater pups bounce.
Like "SNL," "The Simpsons" has absolutely no problem with Katy's enviable assets. She's set to appear on the episodes that airs on Christmas Day.
But that means her breasts will be even more appealing. They'll be animated.
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