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    Quote Originally Posted by loislane2010 View Post
    Im only 29 and cant even stomach the video hits show when its on. Some of the video clips should be R rated. And seriously when did it become acceptable for girls to take all their clothes off and not be able to sing. I must be in the wrong profession...though i doubt anyone would pay to see that, not with my pre-preh b00bs, belly and greying hair. Can you imagine if we started a 'mummy music video'
    Bhahahahaha at the mummy music video..... they would pay me to take it down... why cant girls leave their clothes on? whats with all the bits showing? and don't get me started on Justin Beiber... if I was his mother id have slapped him hard by now

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    And this is why I don't watch music videos! I just opt for DJ sets on youtube instead


 

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