Robin Williams Reveals Banned Oscars Song

Robin Williams got his own back on Oscars organizers on Monday night
when he gave TV viewers a taste of the Academy Awards song he was
banned from performing.

Appearing on pal Jay Leno‘s The Tonight Show to promote new movie Robots,
Williams read out an extract from the lyrics deemed unsuitable for the Oscars.

The 53-year-old is still baffled as to why the harmless song, which made fun
of the recent SpongeBob SquarePants homosexual furor, was axed two days before
the Oscars ceremony.

On The Tonight Show, Williams sang, “Pinocchio’s had his nose done, Sleeping
Beauty’s popping pills / The Three Little Pigs aren’t kosher, Betty Boop works
Beverly Hills.

“Superman is hooked on steroids, Tinky Wink (sic) is in the pink / Damn it to
hell, wake up and smell the stink beneath the ink.

“Chip ‘n’ Dale both are strippers, SCROOGE Mcduck is really tight / Bugs
Bunny’s a cross-dresser, Snow White has been up all night.

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“There’s something fishy about Nemo, Batman & Robin share a sink / Winnie The
Pooh–we know what he’s into / The stink beneath the ink.”

Williams feels sure the SpongeBob fiasco is a big joke: “I know a few gay men
living in San Francisco and I’ve never seen one in square pants.”

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