New Nicki Minaj video 'too risqué' for American Idol

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The rapper's new music video for 'High School' was banned from premiering.

American Idol judge Nicki Minaj may not return to the reality show, but her new video definitely won't appear on the show - ever.

Nicki Minaj poses in the press room at the American Idol 2013 finale

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The finale aired on Thursday with performances from Korean star Psy and Aretha Franklin (through satellite), but Nicki Minaj did not grace the stage.

She told reporters: "I had already committed to the Billboard Awards to perform my single and so I wasn't allowed to perform it on Idol and perform it on Billboard"

She did however admit to wanting to premiere the song on American Idol, adding: "I was supposed to premiere my 'High School' video on Idol but they said it was too risque... Anyway."

The song discusses adultery and features Lil Wayne. Minaj plays a mistress in the video.

Do you think the video and song are too risqué for prime time television?

Watch it below and let us know!


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