THIS PRUDE Cameron wants to stop our pop stars being sexy
PRIME Minister David Cameron is calling for the world’s pop stars to stop being so sexy!
The Tory boss reckons babes like Beyonce and Katy Perry flashing a bit of cleavage in their music videos is well out of order.
So he’s asking for all promos that he deems raunchy to be given an 18 rating to prevent a flash of Avril Lavinge’s bum corrupting the nation.
He’s now planning crisis talks with music bosses to force them to act voluntarily – or he will bring in legislation next year.
The move comes after a report by Christian group the Mother’s Union, who are unhappy at the content of videos like Rihanna’s S&M.
MU Chief executive, and Cameron adviser Reg Bailey, wants any website playing pop videos to have an age verification system to stop under-18’s watching them.
He said: “Parents are really concerned about the influence of music videos on children. A lot of them are very raunchy.”
But not everyone agrees, R&B singer and X factor judge Kelly Rowland blames parents if kids watch raunchy vids. She said: “God gave us parents for a reason.”
While Rio Caraeff, of music video website Vevo, said ratings would be ‘ bad for business’ and difficult to enforce.