Sure. Why not? It's obviously silly (among other things). The Barbie doll make-up, the crowns...
Little girls say fuck on the Internet and this causes a controversy but just google the filthiest key words you can think of for specific acts and find thousands of explicit images and videos of things humans could barely even imagine since the dawn of time in two seconds flat.
This is absurd. Everything in the new millennium is absurd. The Pandora's Box opened by this technology we, and the video makers, are communicating through isn't going to close and all the ills have already flown out. What is left is hope--the hope that we will be able to find some kind of equilibrium within the chaos; the chaos isn't going away.
And that's what makes it meta-commentary. Because it was made in and for the belly of the beast--interactive, decentralized, unfettered mass media.
Personally, I would not have participated in the making of the video but I see its being made as more on the side of potential equilibrium than chaos. The first step is to accept that we are where we are and there's no turning back. Then it's possible to have a positive affect on the way we go forward.