Dirty Music Videos -- Which One Is The Sexiest?

19 January 2011

It's no secret that music videos these days are pretty sexy. You'll almost never see a female singer wearing pants, and any male artist who wants to have a big hit fills his videos with half naked dancers.

But some videos just push the boundaries and are so dirty that they have to be censored, or just get banned completely! And funnily enough that seems to make the video even more popular.

So we've come up with a list of the dirtiest music videos, that ones that still shock us, including some brand new videos that are ridiculously sexy and dirty.

Check out our list of sexy music videos, and then vote for the dirtiest video!




Enrique Iglesias - Tonight (I'm Loving You)

Enrique Iglesias -- Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)

Enrique's official video for 'Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)' is actually the censored version! But it's still ridiculously dirty, just with a bit less nudity than the original, and some dodgy blurring of naked body parts!

WATCH - Enrique Iglesias' video for 'Tonight (I'm Lovin You)'


Wynter Gordon - Dirty Talk

Dirty Talk -- Wynter Gordon

The video for 'Dirty Talk' isn't the dirtiest visually, but the lyrics are actually just a list of sex related words! Have you ever heard a song that has the line "Tickle me, slippery, G spot, nasty pose" before?

WATCH - Wynter Gordon's video for 'Dirty Talk'


Satisfaction - Benny Benassi

Benny Benassi -- Satisfaction

What can you expect from a song that features the lyrics 'Push me, then just touch me, til I can get my, satisfaction'? A video that's all about half naked sweaty ladies working at a construction site.

WATCH - Benny Benassi's video for 'Satisfaction'


Dirrty - Christina Aguilera

Dirrty -- Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera shed her good girl image with her 'Dirrty' video! She dances in leather chaps, is covered in sweat, and surrounded by plenty of sexy dancers.

WATCH - Christina Aguilera's video for 'Dirrty'


Call On Me - Eric Prydz

Call On Me -- Eric Prydz

Is aerobics sexy? It is in Eric Prydz's clip for 'Call On Me'! There's a lot of pretty skimpy workout gear in this clip!

WATCH - Eric Prydz's video for 'Call On Me'


Destination Calabria - Alex Gaudino

Destination Calabria - Alex Gaudino

Somehow Alex Gaudino made marching bands dirty in the video for 'Destination Calabria'. We're pretty sure you won't look at brass instruments the same way again!

WATCH - Alex Gaudino's video for 'Destination Calabria'


Flo Rida - '5,4,3,2,1'

Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1) -- Flo Rida

Flo Rida's video for 'Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1)' was pretty much a bunch of girls booty shaking in g-strings and not much else! He was forced to censor the video, but there's still a lot of g-strings in there!

WATCH - Flo Rida's video for 'Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1)'


Justify My Love - Madonna

Justify My Love -- Madonna

Madonna's 'Justify My Love' set the standards for sexy and dirty music videos at the start of the 90s. It was banned by MTV for its dirty sex scenes!

WATCH - Madonna's video for 'Justify My Love'


Milkshake - Kelis

Milkshake -- Kelis

Kelis' milkshakes definitely brought all the boys to the yard in this dirty clip. Despite everything she's done since she's still mainly famous for 'Milkshake'!

WATCH - Kelis' video for 'Milkshake'


Snoop Dogg - Wet

Wet -- Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg's 'Wet' was supposedly recorded for Prince William's bachelor party... but we're pretty sure the prince won't have nearly naked ladies giving lap dances and writhing in a pool!

WATCH - Snoop Dogg's video for 'Wet'


Duran Duran - Girls On Film

Girls On Film -- Duran Duran

Duran Duran's 'Girls On Film' caused massive controversy back in 1981! Due to its nudity and fetish scenes, it was banned by the BBC and was heavily censored for newly created channel MTV.

WATCH - Duran Duran's video for 'Girls On Film'


Rihanna - Te Amo

Te Amo -- Rihanna

Rihanna decided to go lesbian for 'Te Amo', an ode to a woman who is in love with Rihanna. The video is incredibly raunchy!

WATCH - Rihanna's video for 'Te Amo'


So which one do YOU think is the dirtiest? Watch the videos below, and then vote in our poll!



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