5 Hilariously Unofficial Muppet Music Videos

It’s time to raise the curtain, it’s time to dub a frog.

Geoffrey Goldenby Geoffrey Golden

Despite Kermit’s insistence on never giving into Doc Hopper, The Muppets are highly exploitable. They’re instantly recognizable and beloved, but with non-specific mouth movements that can be made to say almost anything. That means YouTube masher-uppers have had a blast dubbing song after song into the mouths of our feltish friends. Here are 5 examples:


Cookie Monster Sings Tom Waits – “God’s Away On Business”

Cookie starts with the letter “C.” So does “Christmas Card from a Hooker in Minneapolis.”


Beaker Sings Rick Astley – “Never Gonna Give You Up”

You, sir, have been meaproll’d.


Bert and Ernie Perform M.O.P. – “Ante Up”

Why do they take baths together? Cause they’re hardcore gangstas, bitch.


Rowlf The Dog Sings Tay Dizm (f/ Akon) – “Dreamgirl”

Is Miss Piggy your dream girl? I assume the answer is “hells yeah.”


Kermit Sings Nine Inch Nails – “Hurt”

Because it’s good to end on a lighter note.


Geoffrey Golden is the Editor in Chief of The Devastator, “The Quarterly Comedy Magazine For Humans,” in comic book stores across the country.