There is absolutely no doubt that the video for Robin Thicke’s chart-topper “Blurred Lines” is not meant for children’s eyes. With that in mind, Jimmy Fallon has teamed up with Thicke and The Roots to grace the world’s children with a G-rated version of the video.
That’s right, folks. Thanks to Jimmy Fallon’s dream of making Robin Thick’s “Blurred Lines” available to children of all ages, you can now sit your kids in front of a PC “Blurred Lines” – completely void of topless models and R-rated lyrics. The spectacle took place on NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” and featured Fallon, The Roots and Robin Thicke fully dressed in semi-formal business attire and armed with children’s instruments – which they used to refurbish the song’s instrumentation.
Although multiple lyric changes were made to “tone down” the song’s content, something about a children’s video claiming, “I know you want it… Just want to get nasty” is a little bit distressing. Take a peak for yourself: