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Raunchy Madonna, Xtina get slammed

British soul singer Corinne Bailey Rae has slammed pop stars Madonna, The Pussycat Dolls, and Christina Aguilera for dirtying the minds of young kids, who want to emulate the stars after watching their raunchy videos.

tabloid Updated: May 23, 2006 17:58 IST

British soul singer Corinne Bailey Rae has slammed pop stars Madonna, The Pussycat Dolls, and Christina Aguilera for dirtying the minds of young kids, who want to emulate the stars after watching their raunchy videos.

The "Put Your Records On" hitmaker finds many stars of today's music scene offensive and their images demeaning to women. She also feels that music videos in which the stars' bare all or let their a**es pop at the camera leave a bad impression on young minds.

"It's unbelievable, have you seen the videos they put on music TV? What's that Christian Aguilera one... Dirrty? If it's deliberate, it's fine, but not when it's on CD:UK (British music show) at 11am. Imagine your four-year-old watching it and going, 'I wanna get dirty,'" Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.

"I watch Pussycat Dolls videos and think, 'Did I just see a girl slide down a fireman's pole in a g-string with her skirt flying up?' I never saw the Madonna's image as powerful - it just seemed like a woman running her hands over her breasts for the benefit of the male gaze. It's a bit tiresome, all those a**es popping at the camera, all that bare flesh," she added.