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'Sesame Street' Season 41 Has Katy Perry, Colin Farrell and More

September 21, 2010 (10:01 am) GMT
Perry sings her famous hit 'Hot N Cold' to teach about opposites while Farrell, Jason Bateman, Kara DioGuardi, and Chris O'Donnell explain the meaning of a word.

"" has unveiled a lot of videos from their 41st season which is not lacking celebrity guests. is one of them, singing her tune "Hot N Cold" which lyrics are changed to teach kids about opposites. In a bride veil, Perry appears in the clip with Elmo, chasing after him and asking him to have a role-play game.

Beside Perry, , and also appear in person for the skits. Farrell is working with Elmo to explain the meaning of "investigate" while Bateman teams up with squirrel and penguin as well as Elmo to explain the word "comfort". O'Donnell is struggling with a remote control and a clumsy robot to emphasize on the word "activate".

The three actors are only some who appear in person. Others like and have also taped a segment. Meanwhile, prefers to give a voice to the letter 'O'. Puppets also role-played in a spoof for "", teaching viewers how case is closed, literally.

Season 41 of "Sesame Street" will debut on September 27. The skit with Katy Perry is below while the others can be found on the show's official YouTube channel.



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