"Is it just me, or do the lyrics not make sense?"

By Kelli Bender
May 12, 2014 12:45 PM

Avril Lavigne‘s controversial "Hello Kitty" music video, which has been accused of cultural appropriation, has a new set of judges.

The child critics of YouTube series "Kids React" were recently treated to a viewing of Mrs. Chad Kroeger‘s clip, and they had … opinions.

“This is the evolution of music. We went from Brandenburg Concertos to this,” sagely explains 12-year-old Dylan. While Dylan is the only one to make a Bach reference, other kids appear equally exasperated by Lavigne’s dizzying work.

“This is freaking me out,” Tyler, 9, simply states.

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After taking in “Hello Kitty,” the tykes proclaim the video kind of crazy and befuddling, but the majority didn’t cry controversy.

Watch the video for their hilarious reactions!

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