Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus too hot for daytime TV? In France, no less?
Say hello to the weirdest news of the year so far — ok, maybe second place to author Cormac McCarthy's ex-wife who pulled a gun out of her vagina after a heated debate about ETs with a boyfriend — where the the proud land of Serge Gainesbourg has decreed some fairly tame, and hugely popular content as being too explicit.
France's Conseil Superieur de l'Audiovisuel (CSA) decreed Miley's naked ballbuster "Wrecking Ball" and Britney's "Work Bitch" as too racy for daylight viewing. Miley is "too sexually explicit," and Britney's video depicts "sadomachistic universe representing women in a way that risks shocking many viewers."
Or, if I may posit another theory, they depict women in charge of their sexuality and rendering men powerless in the face of you know what.