Fox News’s Megyn Kelly just discovered “If You Seek Amy,” the Britney Spears song that pretty much everyone but Fox News heard about months ago and was like “eh? okay, whatever”, and she is LIVID! Watching her carefully explain it to the slow Fox News audience is like watching someone explain Who’s On First:

Wait until this chick finds out about poverty and the economy! I love the Britney-defender at the end who points out the existence of “See You Next Tuesday.”

Comments (43)
  1. Really? The biggest issue in the country at the moment is a song that sounds profane?

    If I ever become this indignant about such a mundane issue someone please remind me to kill myself.

  2. How about yo listen to Radio Disney if you’re going to be a cunt about it. I’m so sick of these retarded “But I can’t be a lazy parent!” arguments.

  3. All this song really did for me is make me a little more impressed by Britney’s command of the English language.

    Also: “It sounds like F, U and so on me.”

  4. Joey  |   Posted on Jan 27th, 2009 +21

    They bleeped out the lyric in question, so I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY’RE TALKING ABOUT!

    Megyn Kelly’s an idiot, but I wouldn’t mind seeing her next Tuesday, IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?! (I have no idea what I mean)

  5. y  |   Posted on Jan 27th, 2009 +12

    I like how the woman says it’s okay for Britney to wear skimpy “bikinis” on tv, but as soon as she starts having secret sexual content in her songs, thats where she draws the sex line. What? I don’t mind young girls dressing like sluts but singing a harmless song that sort of sounds like it spells out fuck, which a lot of kids probably don’t even realize, is just too slutty. So censorship is clearly the only solution.

    And lol at that guy walking in on his 9-year-old singing “Viva Viagra.”

  6. megyn, it will be playing on the radio while i drive you to shut up school.

  7. Chadams  |   Posted on Jan 27th, 2009 +8

    Though it follows the fine tradition of “let’s report on nothing and make it something” at least it’s not “terrorist fist jab”. That lady still owes us all her head on a platter.

  8. subtle  |   Posted on Jan 27th, 2009 +10

    This is the network that flipped out over an “alien sex scene” that didn’t actually exist in the video game “Mass Effect.” Freaking out about imaginary sex is what they do.Their HR motto is “don’t apply if you aren’t a mess of Freudian issues.”

  9. heather  |   Posted on Jan 27th, 2009 +9

    Parents have the right to turn off the radio when “driving their children around.” I tell you what, a normal 8 year old hearing this song is NOT going to know what the hell she’s meaning to say. It’s media attention like this that will make them realize it, then likely want to listen to it MORE. Oh this is worthy of nothing more than one giant facepalm.

  10. She hates letters! She can’t even say them.

  11. I don’t know what it is about Megyn Kelly, but i literally hate listening to her more than Bill O’Reilly or Ann Coulter. Maybe even more than both of them combined. (and i hate both of them so much.)
    Is anyone in this boat too?

    • ashley  |   Posted on Jan 29th, 2009 +2

      I was ok with her when she was on that morning show or whatever, but dear lord she’s crazy now. I really do think about hurting myself when she talks. How many 8 year old girls are really going to get it? It took my mom 5 times of listening to the song in a row and then saying it a whole bunch of times to catch the whole thing, then it took me 20 times, and my friend (who was high) had to point it out to me. But it should be taken off the radio because apparently theres only one radio station.

  12. Shit, since when do we let our pop stars sing about sex? WHEN?! I’m truly disturbed over this development. I thought she wore next to nothing because she was hot all the time.

  13. best line of the video…at the end, “great debate everyone”

  14. I don’t like Britney Spears, but I HATE censorship so I’m all for Brit. It’s sort of like when they censored “Don’t Phunk wit My Heart”, even though phunk isn’t a word. It’s ridiculous.

  15. Have fun at dinner, Megyn Kelly. This might be one of the worst things I’ve ever seen. The best was how the first person didn’t agree with her and was allowed to go on a long, reasonable explanation. Megyn countered it by interrupting her and the other guy used the classic: “parenting is hard… *shrugs shoulders* ” argument.

  16. seth  |   Posted on Jan 27th, 2009 -6

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  17. do little girls even “worship Britney Spears” anymore?


    fox, get a life.

  18. At the risk of sounding like a troll, I’m slightly lost on a side point-Can someone explain the “See You Next Tuesday” thing?

  19. Oh Pauld, your innocence is adorable!
    See You Next Tuesday (or) C-U-Next-Tuesday (or in case the “ext uesday” part tripped you up) C-U-N-T …ugh…now I feel like the high school kid who still rides the school bus and teaches all the 2nd graders dirty words….(I hope you’re not in 2nd grade)

  20. The unrestrained anger in her voice when she said “roll it!” was the highlight for me.

  21. Old_Davy  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 -5

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  22. I only have a problem with this song on the grounds that it is lazy wordplay and doesn’t even work as a double entendre. “All the boys and all the girls are begging to if you seek Amy” makes no grammatical sense! If I wrote a sentence like that on an elementary school paper I would immediately sent to the short bus.

    • Chris  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 -7

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      • Daniel  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 +3

        Are you really trying to defend this? And the reason they’re not idiots is because they used incorrect grammar for artistic purposes, not commercial gain.

  23. Wait wait wait, don’t radios have on/off buttons now?

    • sol  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 +3

      No, you must listen to whatever is on the radio everytime you’re inside the car taking your kids to school. The possibility to change stations, or playing your own CD is out of question.
      /no sarcasm
      Signed by: Megyn Kelly

      • You also cannot tell your kids while said song on the radio that it’s not cool to use the f-word. You must crash your minivan in Radio Station HQ and scream for them to take the song off the air because you’re a parent, you know, and think of the children.

  24. Did they actually bleep the lyric? Holy christ!

    I think Fox News has nothing to talk about now that a black guy is president and everything’s not on fire, as promised. They’re beyond grasping at straws. Are we in the last throes of the Fox insurgency? *fingers crossed*

  25. Obviously the lady on the left missed a golden opportunity to mention what a “cunning linguist” Britney is. ….Embedded!

  26. Dick!  |   Posted on Jan 29th, 2009 +3

    I love how she’s insistant that they absolutely HAD to bleep out the “If U Seek Amy” part. No you don’t! You’re on cable! You can say whatever the fuck you want! foxnews. meh.

  27. dubb  |   Posted on Jan 29th, 2009 +3

    WOW that host needs to get off her pedastool who gives a “If You Seek Amy” about it seriously and really is that the most important thing in the nation

  28. “Not all parents, but many, are ticked off.”

  29. seth  |   Posted on Jan 31st, 2009 -1

    I thought “If You Seek Amy” was a Kevin Smith movie where Ben Affleck wants to If You Seek A lesbian.

  30. Obscenity issues are always senseless and reflective of a generally offensive lack of intelligence (obscenity matters in a serious, public forum or when someone gets supremely belligerent to some seriously debilitating extent and never otherwise), but when one gets upset over a Britney Spears song, then one has lost all touch with common sense. If it is hard to be a parent, then it is because instead of teaching one’s child why obscenity is a good entity used sparingly for wit, joking around with buddies, or to actually describe what the word means (such as actual sex; if it was embedded here then it was an almost witty phrasing!) one tells the kid that it will send him or her to hell and bring eternal damnation to a soul.

  31. Adam Bruneau  |   Posted on Feb 2nd, 2009 +1

    Does anyone actually think Fox News is honestly upset about Britney Spears lyrics? I thought this was just an excuse to pimp off their own blond bimbo. I’m sure Fox’s conpervative audience gets off on hearing Kelly talk about “the F-Word” just as much as they do being mad at how sex is ruining society.

  32. I love when she says “Roll it…” Thats Classic as hell. She really is enraged, man…. I bet she doesnt even have any kids.

  33. What’s next? Uranus jokes?

  34. No Spears  |   Posted on Mar 17th, 2009 0

    Britney Spears has such a train-wreck of a life, it’s like watch an alcoholic sleeping in the gutter in his own vomit.

  35. becky  |   Posted on Apr 9th, 2009 +1

    When she says it should be played at hours that children aren’t listening, can it REALLY be played when they aren’t listening? I mean, they could listen to it anytime. Lots of kids have tv’s and radios in their rooms, where they are at late hours of the night. I really can’t believe they’re making this into such a big deal. Half of the people listening to it don’t even notice that, much less children!

  36. Gene  |   Posted on Apr 12th, 2009 +1

    I guess all these Lib’s are watching Fox.

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