Top 10 Banned Pop Music Videos

Our top 10 countdown series is back! This time we countdown the top 10 music videos that were too sexy for TV.

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10  In The Closet – Michael Jackson

Bet you didn’t see this one coming but Michael Jackson’s 1992 hit In The Closet was banned by the South African government 사랑해 매기 다운로드. The government run South African Broadcasting Corp said the Jackson video is “of a very sensual nature which could offend viewers.”

09 All The Lovers – Kylie Minogue

She’s certainly no stranger to racy music videos 다운로드. Directed by Joseph Khan (responsible for Britney’s Toxic and Womanizer music videos).  All The Lovers features barely dressed straight and gay couples making out.  The video was banned in several Asian countries Protel download.

08 Just Lose It – Eminem

‘Inappropriate and disrespectful’ those are the words Michael Jackson used to describe this video 음악 소리 다운로드. Just Lose It depicts a noseless Michael Jackson on a bedfull of children. At the time Michael faced child molestation charges. Eminem also pays his respects by parodying Madonna, Pee-wee Herman and Vanilla Ice 킹덤 1화 다운로드. The video was banned by BET in 2004.

07 Ride – Ciara

The video that was too hot for TV 5to7 download. In less than five minutes Ciara manages to dance her ass off, ride a mechanical bull and whisper sweet nothings to Ludacris. BET banned the video due to it’s sexual content 다운로드.

06 Judas – Lady Gaga

Dubbed as the New Jerusalem by the video’s director and choreographer, Laurieann Gison 다운로드. Lady Gaga sets out to retell one of the biggest betrayals in the bible. Religious groups around the world found it blasphemous. The music video was banned in Lebanon due to religious concerns 다운로드.


05 Wrecking Ball – Miley Cyrus

Miley riding a Wrecking Ball in her birthday suit and suggestively licking a sledgehammer was deemed ‘too sexually explicit for minors’. The Terry Richardson directed clip was banned from French day-time TV.

04 Girls Gone Wild – Madonna

Back in 2012 Youtube banned viewers under 18 from watching Madonna’s Girls Gone Wild music video. In the video the 53 year-old dances provocatively and gets adored by topless male dancers in black tights and stiletto heels. According to regulators the video showcased ‘nudity and dramatised or implied sexual conduct’.

Other controversial Madonna music videos that were banned include: Justify My Love, Like A Prayer and What It Feels Like For A Girl.

03 Monster – Kanye West

It’s the video that never quite made it to broadcast television. Versions of the video are still trying to get uploaded onto Youtube. In hopes of bypassing regulators, users have either flipped the visuals or sped up the song. The gory video draws inspiration from classic horror movies like Saw an American Psycho.

02 Tunnel Vision – Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake’s music video for Tunnel Vision was heavily critcised for objectifying the female body. The video features topless women who act like canvases as JT’s face gets projected onto their naked bodies.

01 Pour It Up – Rihanna

Rihanna has had her fair share of banned music videos. S&M, Man Down, We Found Love and Te Amo. But no video comes close to the visuals for the Stripper Anthem,  Pour It Up. Rihanna twerks on a throne, has Nicole “The Pole” Williams upside down on a stripper pole and one of her dancer’s twerks on water! It’s no wonder this video was banned 10 mins after it’s release.


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