What is the most controversial music video of all time?
Nirvana, “Heart-Shaped Box” (1993) Between excrement and images of the Klu Klux Klan, Nirvana’s music video for their hit “Heart-Shaped Box” released in 1993 and its grotesque visuals shocked viewers.
What was the first video banned by MTV?
The first video to be banned by MTV was Queen’s 1982 hit “Body Language”. Due to thinly veiled homoerotic undertones plus much skin and sweat (but apparently not enough clothing, save that worn by the fully clothed members of Queen themselves), it was deemed unsuitable for a television audience at the time.
What is the most controversial video on YouTube?
YouTube Rewind 2018 is the most disliked video on YouTube, receiving over 19 million dislikes since its upload on December 6, 2018.
What music videos have been banned?
Music Videos Banned From TV:
- TOOL – PRISON SEX.
- SOUNDGARDEN – JESUS CHRIST POSE.
- FOO FIGHTERS – LOW.
- BILLY IDOL – CRADLE OF LOVE.
- MOTLEY CRUE – GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS.
- PRODIGY – SMACK MY BITCH UP.
- NINE IN NAILS – HAPPINESS IS SLAVERY.
What is controversial content?
Controversial is used to describe someone or something that causes people to get upset and argue. Things commonly called controversial include topics, actions, and people (particularly for what they say and do).
Which Youtuber has the most haters?
Most Hated Youtubers
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Who got banned MTV?
But, there is one example of a banned contestant getting the chance to return and redeem himself. MTV banned C.T. Tamburello after The Duel 2 thanks to his violent outburst against Adam. He ended up missing a few seasons before MTV decided to bring him back because he’s just too good for ratings.
What MTV videos were banned?
19 Rock Videos That Were Banned by MTV
- Queen, “Body Language” (1982)
- Van Halen, “Oh, Pretty Woman” (1982)
- Motorhead, “Killed by Death” (1983)
- Queen, “I Want to Break Free” (1984)
- Twisted Sister, “Be Chrool to Your Scuel” (1985)
- Motley Crue, “Girls, Girls, Girls” (1987)
- Motley Crue, “You’re All I Need” (1987)