It’s time to light the lights.
Prepare to swoon.
Plus Miss Piggy talks fashion, Benedict Cumberbatch wins Oscar night, and 15 things you didn’t know about “This Is Spinal Tap.”
In the midst of Wrestlemania season, CM Punk has broken up with the WWE. They need to win him back ASAP.
Miss Piggy jumping Kermit’s lines: classic.
Vincent Price learned a valuable lesson.
This post is brought to you by the letter “I,” as in I for I LOVE this show.
Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and Grover from Sesame Street create their own music video for “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke featuring Pharrell and T.I.
This is it: Here is the definitive list of the most amazing GIFs that changed our lives this year.
He showed up dressed like Santa Claus at the Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting and performed with The Muppets because of course he did.
On “All I Need Is Love,” a track from Cee-Lo’s upcoming Christmas album. The song uses a classic Muppet Show number as its hook and features plenty of awesome guest vocals. (via popculturebrain.com)
In honor of the 22nd anniversary of Jim Henson’s death, here are some notable famous fictional characters with their loving creators.
Things escalated quickly on “The Talk” this afternoon when Sharon Osbourne showed Miss Piggy a picture of her in bed with Kermit the Frog. What ensued was a terribly nasty fight between the two of them. Hair was pulled, necks were choked, and they had to break to commercial before someone was killed.
Shots fired! At a recent press conference in London, Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy were asked about recent claims by Fox Business anchor Eric Bolling that “The Muppets” pushes a liberal agenda meant to brainwash children. Here’s their response. (via The Daily What)
In honor of “The Muppets” opening this weekend, you can check out this trip down memory lane. Kermit and Gonzo guest-hosted “Larry King Live” in 1994. Their guests were Ted Koppel, David Gergen, supermodel Carol Alt, and Hulk Hogan. You can watch all of the nostalgic goodness here.
Balloooooons!!! Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
New parody posters to promote “The Muppets.” And ride some of that sweet, sweet “Breaking Dawn” SEO.
Following Eddie Murphy announcing he decided not to host the Oscars, a campaign has been set up to make The Muppets the replacement hosts.
Kermit and Yoda actually have a lot in common. At least that’s what Peter de SÃ¨ve (better known for his New Yorker covers and his Ice Age character designs) thought. After all, they’re both green, live in swamps and are Muppets - maybe they knew each other. (Via) View Image ›
The official parody poster that accompanies The Muppets/ The Green Lantern parody trailer. View Image ›
A toe-tapping remix of The Muppet Show theme song set to a highlight reel of zaniness. Nostalgia, thy name is Muppet. Watch Video ›
Balloons! Photos taken with my iPhone while in the crowd. The obstructing lamp post, shoddy camerawork and sea of human heads make you feel like you’re really there! View List ›
A trip to the doctor’s office revealed a genetic condition typical of Muppets. View Image ›
And ‘lo, a green amphibious angel descended unto the Earth to feel the warm embrace of gorgeous swine. View Image ›
Presenting the long-awaited take on Queen’s classic by everyone’s favorite felt-and-googley-eyed friends (and, no, we don’t mean Adam Lambert’s back-up dancers). Our only complaint: more ROWLF! Watch Video ›
Miss Piggy and Janice are probably two-girls-one-cupping it in the other room. View Image ›
This little lady just helped Kermit find his rainbow connection. Good girl! View Image ›