Funniest Kidz Bop Renditions of Your Favorite Songs

Kidz Bop
First name Kidz, last name Bop
This Saturday afternoon, Kidz Bop's Dream Big, Sing Loud Tour is coming to The OC Fair. All the big name Billboard #1 Kidz Bop stars will be on hand, including Ashlynn Chong, Bredia Santoro, Grant Knoche, Jayna Brown and Matt Martinez. In observation of our favorite squeaky clean kid-friendly bop-friendly songsters, we've assembled our five favorite Kidz Bop renditions of all time.

5) "Tik Tok"
There's a lot a child can learn from Ke$ha, pretty much none of it good. That's why a Kidz Bop cover of "Tik Tok" is so perplexing. Still, hearing the kiddies' take on a night on the town as just being a little more than a sleepover makes them possibly seem a little more fun to hang out with. Either way, you're essentially choosing who you would rather babysit.

4) "Toxic"
Britney Spears' best song becomes one of Kidz Bop's finest hours. While there is the elusive adult slipped in to sing the racier parts, the bulk of "Toxic" and its ode to falling under a spell of seductive love remains intact. The question arises, do you think Britney Spears has played this version for her children?

3) "Float On"
You woke up this morning. You decided to check out the Heard Mentally section of OC Weekly. You clicked on this article about Kidz Bop. You scrolled down and decided to play the cover of "Float On." You're greeted with a bevy of children singing "I backed my car into a cop car the other day - YEAH!" and your life is now all the better for it.

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fishwithoutbicycle topcommenter

I assume that Kidz Bop must get permission from the artist before they can record/release their songs in a censored format? While there is apparently a huge market for these "clean" versions of popular songs I find the whole premise a little silly...if a song isn't meant for kids it's not meant for kids, right? If you want a "clean" album by the original artist they can be found at Walmart...although I am proud to say one of my favorite bands, Green Day, told the retail giant to stuff it when the company declared it would only sell the "clean" version of their albums in Walmart stores.

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