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From Miss Piggy
and Josh Groban to Fozzie and Jay Leno,
discuss all aspects of "The
Muppets on Dancing with the Stars
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Their Own Words: Jim Henson
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Discussion in 'Muppet Appearances' started by Phillip, Dec 6, 2012.
Watch Kermit the Frog confess all in this great Q&A with TV Guide!
*giggles* I have a big grin on my face. Love the Piggy ornament on Kermit's desk. Is she doing the splits?
I love Kermit interviews. The world needs more of them.
I also love the Piggy picture in the background so Kermit knows at all times Piggy is watching him. And I mean that literally. Lol But loved the interview! I also agree they should call them green-rays.
As for the Piggy figure on the desk no she is not doing the splits. The other leg is suppose to be tucked under her.
I like the image of Kermit handling a chainsaw the best, hahaha.
I liked his little performance of Rainbow Connection.
this is great and I also agree with kermit blu-rays should be renamed green-rays
I don't know, but does Steve seem a little out of voice? It almost sounds like he has a sore throat and was straining to talk, especially in the Rainbow Connection bit.
Either way, I loved this. Very funny.
I was thinking the same thing Casey......and it almost sounds like his last lines about his singing are directed at the fact his voice is off.....
Yeah. He couldn't hit any of the higher notes. But no need to dwell on the fact, I'm sure Steve just has a cold or something.
I thought the same; he was a little hoarse. (and oh boy, there are just WAY too many possible jokes with hoarse/horse and a frog in the throat and probably other animal puns I'm not thinking of) I get that way pretty easily myself. I always wonder how performers, especially singers, manage to keep their voices clear.
Mind you hoarse or not, I could listen to Steve all day. I may have a crush on Mr Whitmire, especially his voice.
Give Steve a break he's been working hard lately.
Oddly enough Kermit said in a radio interview last year that he had a man in his throat. Lol
Ah yes, the classic "man in my throat" joke. When did Kermit first use that? I seem to recall it being used back in 1996 when he was on the Tonight Show to promote MTI.
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