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The children’s television show Sesame Street has been a hot topic since the show’s producers decided to pull a controversial segment featuring singer Katy Perry. Children’s Television Workshop defended the action, noting that its executive board had reconsidered the segment after receiving a volume of negative feedback. Parents and youth advocacy groups are said to regard Perry’s plunging neckline as too racy for the children’s show.
The major media outlets all dutifully ran the story, relaying the information the show’s producers had fed them. However, according to an insider who spoke to Promethean Times on the condition of anonymity, the story about Perry’s revealing outfit was “just so much fluff.” The source claims that the segment was axed to protect the show’s wholesome reputation after news of an affair between Perry and a Sesame Street cast member became public.
Said the insider:
“Everybody knew what was going on. Ah-ah-ah. We could hear her moaning in her dressing room all the way from the main stage. Ah-ah-ah. It was disgusting. She moaned one time. Ah-ah-ah. She moaned two times. Ah-ah-ah. She moaned three times. Ah-ah-ah.
Do you want me to keep going? Because it goes on for a while, and if you have not heard, I love to count. Ah-ah-ah.”