Sometimes, a song is so steamy , the only logical next step is a super-sexy music video. For that, we can thank trailblazers like Prince and Madonna, who established the right to show a little skin in music videos like "Kiss" and "Express Yourself. It became a sort of guilty pleasure, listening to a great song while watching a hot person do hot-person things like make out with someone equally good-looking, move their hips like no one was watching, and wear an outfit so tight you wonder how they got it on in the first place. You could spend hours watching gorgeous celebrities pour suspiciously watery milk on their Spandex-bound bodies we still love you, Fergie! And, if we're being honest, we have spent hours watching that and we still love you, Fergie.
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10 music videos that were way too raunchy for their time
June 11, Music videos offer artists a unique platform to exude visuals which accompany their musical creations. In fact, there are some so raunchy that both the videos and the artists sparked controversy and received significant criticism at the time. In the s and beyond, Madonna blessed us with a considerable number of releases, many being accompanied by horny clips. In this clip we see Madonna hooking up with a black saint in a church and dancing in front of a row of burning crosses. Now, more than 30 years later, the video is not half as scandalous as it was once seen. The video depicts scenes of drunken and drug-fuelled sexual excess and violence which left many feeling sick to the stomach.
Nudity in music videos
The appearance of nudity in music videos has caused controversy since the late s, and several explicit music videos have been censored or banned. Nudity has gained wider acceptance on European television , where audiences often view nudity and sexuality as less objectionable than the depiction of violence. In contrast, MTV , VH1 and other North American music-related television channels usually censor what they think is inappropriate and might be considered offensive to their viewers. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.
Far from being axed by the network, it won two MTV Awards in It just usually does. The nubile dancers — with the face of Richard D. James — triggered countless weird and confusing teenage wet dreams.