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Katy Perry On Sesame Street - A Child's Timeline



Have you heard about some parents that were so up in arms about Katy Perry's outfit on her recent visit to Sesame Street that they drove the PBS series to pull her duet with Elmo? (click here)  Perhaps this is what they were thinking would happen...

Preschooler watches Katy Perry and Elmo sing "Hot Then Cold" on Sesame Street.



Preschooler notices, with her sharp eye for fashion, how Katy Perry's cleavage is in plain view.  "Well", toddler thinks to herself "if this is on Sesame Street then dressing like that must be the thing do to."

Preschooler finds her safety scissors, goes to her closet and cuts the collars from her little Gymboree top.  Preschooler gets her Elmer's glue and attaches anything sparkling to the chest area to truly enhance her newly shorn top.

Preschooler wears her new top to Tinker Tots Preschool.  At snack time she notices that little Joey wants to share his gluten-free cookies with her.  Little Tommy wants her attention as well and gives Preschooler all of his wheat-free cheese snacks.  Little Preschooler likes the attention she's getting from her Katy Perry inspired top.  Little Preschooler is thinking of how she could make a mini-mini-skirt from her corduroy pants.

Little Preschooler grows up to be a Hooker. 

Thanks a lot Katy Perry.  Thanks a lot Elmo


Now c'mon.  Really?  You know what would really happen? 

Preschooler watches Katy Perry and Elmo sing "Hot Then Cold" on Sesame Street.

Preschooler claps and dances.

Preschooler finds her sippy cup, chases her cat and goes on her marry way.

Team Katy Perry.

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