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In addition to name-checking competitors like Rihanna, Katy Perry, Beyonce, Lorde and Lady GaGa, the British singer talks about her menstrual cycle in the track.
The network won't air the video unless it gets a clean version which won't show the singer 'drinking from a flask' and 'displaying anti-social behavior.'
The British singer agrees with a male fan who says on Twitter that her new music 'is actually docile pop rubbish.'
The new track will be featured in the British singer's upcoming album 'Sheezus' which is set to be released in May.
The British band bags multiple awards including Best British Band, Best Live Band and Best Album for 'AM', while the Los Angeles group wins Best International Band award.
The British singer, who announced the title during her recent visit to BBC's 'The Graham Norton Show', says on Twitter that 'Sheezus' 'is an homage, not a piss take.'
Goulding arrived in a strapless pink ball gown that failed to flaunt her figure while Katy B wore an impressive bright red lycra dress.
The pixellated version of the British singer takes part in some games as the song's lyrics, written in bright yellow letters, appear on the screen.
The song produced by Greg Kurstin will appear in the HBO show's soundtrack album scheduled to be released on February 11.
The British singer says in an interview that she's happy to spend time playing with her two daughters, but she needs 'somewhere to put [her] creativity.'
In the fun video, the lyrics of the song appear in multi-colored letters that float in colorful backgrounds.
The British singer, who has recently ended her 3-year hiatus, also says that her new project will be a modern sounding pop album.
In an interview with BBC Radio 1, the British singer says that the follow-up to 'Hard Out Here' was written and recorded in Sweden.
The uncensored singer also says in a magazine interview that people in the entertainment business are mostly fake.
The British singer has recently ended her four-year hiatus by releasing 'Hard Out Here' which takes aim at some controversial things in modern pop culture.