The Five Worst Musical Guests In Simpsons History
3. The Baha Men
The Baha Men were a questionable choice to guest star on The Simpsons to begin with, primarily because they were clearly one hit wonders who made a mildly amusing novelty song that no one could escape in the year 2000. But then, the entire premise of the episode was questionable, so why the hell not?
The Baha Men show up in 2002's Season 14 episode "Large Marge," two years late on the bandwagon to begin with, and wherein Marge accidentally gets breast implants. Yeah. Anyway, things get even worse when the Baha Men show up to perform new versions of their annoying hit with the lyrics "who let her jugs out" and "who let the milk out." Kill me now.
Whether this one counts as a guest appearance is questionable, but it is one of the worst moments in Simpsons history and features the music of Ke$ha, so there you go. Even though this couch gag of the Simpsons characters performing Kesha's hit "Tik Tok" from the Season 21 episode "To Surveil With Love" only lasts a little more than a minute, everyone involved somehow loses my respect a little bit more for each second it goes on.
It's a really shameful attention-grabbing stunt, but it works for all the wrong reasons. Ke$ha hardly needed the bump herself in 2010, with the song literally being everywhere. So then the only explanation for it is that the Simpsons thought they could get a bump off of it, but in the end it's sort of like watching your grandpa try to rap.