Miss Piggy, the swine starlet of The Muppets, has always been a felted fashionista. So when the designers of Project Runway All-Stars were tasked with creating a cocktail dress worthy of her approval, it was a match made in hog heaven.
Although the Muppets have been making cameos everywhere lately since their newest movie hit the theaters, we want to see more perfect Muppet matches like Miss Piggy and Project Runway
Sweetums on Dancing with the Stars
Obviously there are technical issues that prevent most Muppets from dancing with a human partner—but not Sweetums. This full-sized friendly monster could probably pull of a basic ballroom dance better than most of the stars on Dancing with the Stars.
Rowlf the Dog on Glee
Would anyone even really notice if the mute accompanist on Glee was replaced by Rowlf the Dog? Most of the songs are presented as fantasy sequences, so his appearance wouldn’t even need to be necessarily explained.
Sam the Eagle on The Colbert Report
The patriotic, right-wing Sam the Eagle was Stephen Colbert before Stephen Colbert. Always the stodgy conservative, he’d make the perfect wing-man for Stephen on an episode ofThe Colbert Report.
Oscar the Grouch on Curb Your Enthusiasm
Larry David and Oscar the Grouch are both grumpy loudmouths who just want to be left alone. Curb Your Enthusiasm frequently features actors making cameos playing exaggerated versions of themselves—why not Oscar?
Bunson and Beaker on Mythbusters
Mythbusters Jamie and Adam are real-life versions of Bunson and Beaker—the eccentric Muppet scientists who shock, burn and maim themselves in the name of science. Bring these four together and prepare for the explosions.
Bert on Antiques Roadshow
Bert may be a nerd, but he knows the value of a good bottle cap collection. We wouldn’t expect him to do any appraising, instead he’d be there to provide color commentary and help attract a younger audience.
Animal on Jersey Shore
The Jersey Shore roommates like to get a little wild—just like the Muppets’ resident drummer, Animal. Actually, after all the working out, partying and fighting is said and done, it might be Animal who is too tired to keep up.
Kermit the Frog on Saturday Night Live
Kermit recently hosted a Weekend Update sketch with Seth Meyers, but frankly it wasn’t enough. This famous froggy has paid his dues—it’s time for Kermit to host an entire episode of SNL.
Pepe on The Bachelorette
This crustacean Casanova would break many a Bachelorette’s heart if given the opportunity. Instead we see Pepe giving our lovelorn hopefuls a few lessons in speaking with passion from the heart.
Miss Piggy on Bad Girls Club
As much as Project Runway was a perfect match for Miss Piggy, so too is Bad Girls Club, after all Piggy has always toed the line between naughty and nice. Get her in the Bad Girls mansion to learn how to curb her nasty tendencies—or just to stir up trouble.