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Katy Perry deemed too hot for "Sesame Street"; Don't judge Jay-Z's forthcoming book by its cover

By Chris Richards

- Katy Perry is too hot for "Sesame Street." The pop singer recently joined Elmo to film a spot for the long-running kids television show but producers later deemed the clip un-airable due to Perry's revealing outfit. (Remember when Sesame Street used to play Philip Glass? Philip Glass!) Watch the video above and read a lot more about this from the Post's TV columnist Lisa de Moraes, here.

- What looks like a Jay-Z biography, but sounds only one one-kerzillionth as interesting? "Decoded," a forthcoming book authored by Jay that will recount some of the stories behind his lyrics. The book lands in stores on Nov. 16. At least the Warholian jacket looks kinda cool.

- Fans headed to Saturday's Virgin Mobile FreeFest are still smarting since troubled rapper T.I. vanished from the line-up, yesterday. But let's not forget about original FreeFest bailers Die Antwoord. Those still harboring a hankering for the South African hip-hop group can tide themselves over with this short new online documentary. There will be four-letter words.

By Chris Richards  | September 23, 2010; 10:15 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Die Antwoord, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, T.I., Virgin Mobile FreeFest  
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Comments

in addition to 4-letter words aplenty, there is a glimpse of ninja's "wat kyk jy?" penis tattoo (6:52). fokken zef fre$h! die antwoord ftw.

Posted by: dfunkt | September 23, 2010 10:41 AM | Report abuse

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