Avril Lavigne’s ‘Hello Kitty’ Music Video, According to Kids: ‘It’s Like a New K-Pop, but It’s Worse’ (Video)

Children criticize pop star’s controversial video in newest episode of the Fine Bros.’ “Kids React” YouTube series

Avril Lavigne’s “Hello Kitty” music video has already been called “racist,” “sh–ty” and “an embarrassment” by adults, but now the singer has lost another audience: children.

A sampling of America’s youth turned up their noses at the “Sk8er Boi” singer’s latest attempt to stay relevant for the newest episode of the Fine Bros.’ “Kids React” YouTube series (above).

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“It’s like a new K-Pop, but it’s worse,” one unimpressed teen said while watching Lavigne try to go “Gangnam Style.”

“This is freaking me out,” a younger boy said.

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Girls recruited to give their opinion on the video featuring Lavigne prancing around in a cupcake dress appeared initially confused (“What does this have to do with anything?”), and were mixed on their final thoughts about it.

When asked if they thought the Asian-themed music video was racist, almost all of them said “no,” but agreed Lavigne could have handled her response to the criticism a bit more maturely.