Riley Keough reacts to Kelly Clarkson's show censoring her 'sasquatch boobies' in a photo

"We thought sasquatches might be offended," Clarkson told Keough.

Full frontal sasquatch nudity will not fly on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Riley Keough was Kelly Clarkson's guest on Tuesday, promoting her new series Under the Bridge and the movie Sasquatch Sunset. For the latter, the program shared an image of Keough in her full sasquatch attire but put a black bar over her Bigfoot breasts.

<p>The Kelly Clarkson Show/YouTube; Bleecker Street Media</p> Riley Keough on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show' and 'Sasquatch Sunset'

The Kelly Clarkson Show/YouTube; Bleecker Street Media

Riley Keough on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show' and 'Sasquatch Sunset'

"It's interesting. You censored my sasquatch boobs," Keough said.

"We thought sasquatches might be offended, so we censored the sasquatch boobies," Clarkson replied, before adding, like a high college freshman on the quad, "Boobies is a funny word. Why did I say that on TV? I did it."

Related: How Jesse Eisenberg and Riley Keough transformed into sasquatches for Sasquatch Sunset

The film, which also stars Jesse Eisenberg, Christophe Zajac-Denek, and codirector Nathan Zellner, follows the life of a sasquatch family who is, of course, naked and doing all their bodily functions in plain view of nature.

Keough and Clarkson talked briefly about Harry and the Hendersons, another gem of sasquatch cinema. "It was one of the films I watched before shooting this movie," Keough said. "There's not like a lot of sasquatch research to do."

Riley Keough and Kelly Clarkson on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show'
Riley Keough and Kelly Clarkson on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show'

She added, "Surprisingly, on YouTube, there's a lot of sasquatch footage in the wild. So, that was helpful."

For her role as the sasquatch matriarch, Keough and costars went through what they called "sasquatch boot camp," including movement training, studying sasquatch sightings, and even studying bonobos in person. Eisenberg even screened the movie for Kanzi, a bonobo with whom he studied in Iowa. Kanzi didn't seem to be a big fan.

Related: Riley Keough and Jesse Eisenberg are unrecognizable Bigfoots in Sasquatch Sunset trailer

“Everything was super helpful because I didn’t know how to even prepare for this,” Keough told Entertainment Weekly in April. “We kind of had to learn how to do everything as a sasquatch. So, by the time we got to set, we knew how to pick things up properly, or how to get from sitting to standing. We had practiced all of that.”

Beyond the focus on a certain level of realism, Keough and Eisenberg wanted to create a film that was not just a comedy, but a moving story about family.

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“There could be so many versions of a movie like this,” Eisenberg told EW in April. “It could be low-brow. It could be sardonic or comical in a fake way. And [the directors, David and Nathan Zellner] just made the most beautiful, sophisticated, emotionally rich, earnest version. It’s just the best of what it could possibly be.”

Later in Keough's Kelly Clarkson Show appearance, a behind-the-scenes photo is revealed, showing the entire sasquatch cast sans censorship. More can be seen on May 14, when Sasquatch Sunset becomes available on demand.

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