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'Sesame Street' singers who made it on the show (sorry, Katy Perry)

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Update:

The Post's Cindy Boren looks back on the best Sesame Street sports visits. So, for the athletically minded, head over here.

2:20 p.m.
Plenty of people are getting their brassieres in a twist over Katy Perry's dalliance with Elmo on "Sesame Street."

After complaints that her dress was too revealing for innocents' eyes, the show pulled the skit. Perry tweeted a fond farewell to the show.


Wow, looks like my play date with Elmo has been cut short! If you still wanna play see it at www.katyperry.com Tag you're it, Elmo!less than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter



Since Perry won't be singing, we decided to take a look back at some of the singers who were not banned from the show. Will.i.am is surprisingly catchy. Johnny Cash just always cute. Feist makes singing chickens utterly adorable. Tony Bennett is just plain strange, though his singing partner is adorable. Watch the appearances and tell us who wins best host award.







By Melissa Bell  | September 23, 2010; 2:20 PM ET
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