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Missed your chance seeing The Muppets on the big screen? Luckily, our favorite furry and fuzzy friends will soon be available on Blu-ray and DVD. And to promote the release, the grand dame herself, Miss Piggy has been making her rounds on the daytime television circuit.
Yesterday while you were trying to decide whether to love or hate that custom Versace liturgical robe Nicki Minaj wore to the Grammys, the good people of Great Britain were hosting the British Academy of Film and Television Awards — and stars like Meryl Streep, Viola Davis and Penelope Cruz got all gussied up for the occasion.
Believe it or not, there is life (and news!) outside of fashion week. And this Sunday, while Tommy Hilfiger shows his women’s collection and Lady Gaga arrives at the Grammys in the vestibule of her choice, Miss Piggy will be walking the red carpet at the UK’s BAFTA Awards. And lest you think the original diva would settle for any old muppet duds, one very, very, very big designer has stepped up to the plate.
If you didn’t watch Thursday night’s episode of Project Runway: All Stars, you missed out on some serious porcine delicacies. By which we mean the bons mots and hilarious quips of the episode’s guest judge, the unsinkable Miss Piggy.
We confess: we haven’t been watching Project Runway: All-Stars. (Have you?) But we might just have to tune in tonight to see Miss Piggy in all her divalicious glory judge the contestants on their designs. That said, is this really real? If we were a designer and we got kicked off because a fictional character with a notoriously fickle personality didn’t like us, we’d be pissed. Anyway! Here’s a preview clip:
Jason Segel hosted last night’s Saturday Night Live, and he was joined by some not-quite-welcome friends during his monologue.
This was the week Miss Piggy got made over and made up, Zombie Boy got all his tattoos covered up and Muammar Gaddafi got shot to death. Also, Versace for H&M was revealed in full — and so was the ultimate Christmas wish list for the 1%
Is there a muppet out there with better makeup than Miss Piggy? No, which is why it makes total sense that she’s collaborating with MAC on a holiday capsule collection that just screams ’60s pinup pig.
You know all those jokes about putting lipstick on a pig? (Or, alternatively, putting a hog in armor?) Well, it turns out dressing a pig up can actually be pretty effective — so long as that pig already famous. Which is Why InStyle magazine partnered with some of the hottest designers working today to dress the one and only Miss Piggy for the November issue.
Opening Ceremony! Muppets! The much-anticipated collaboration is here!
If you’re reading this on a smartphone, find somewhere to sit down. Because if you’re anything like us, you’re going to be mad when you find out which designers (Yes! Designers! Plural!) made custom clothing for Miss Piggy, who is a puppet, for the upcoming move The Muppets.
It looks like Miss Piggy’s fashion career is really taking off. First, the porcine puppet took a new gig as the editrix of Vogue Paris and now she (and her fellow muppets) are collaborating with Opening Ceremony.
What do Grace Coddington, Carine Roitfeld, Edward Enninful and Miss Piggy all have in common? They were fashion models before they made it big in fashion magazines! Well, OK — only the first three are real people. But Miss Piggy is playing a fashion magazine editor in the upcoming Muppets movie, and she was cast on several imaginary magazine covers in time gone by.
We’ve been patiently waiting for months (months!) to see what Miss Piggy as a Vogue Paris editor would look like, and the time has finally come. The trailer for the new Muppets movie is here, and so is Miss Piggy looking all kinds of fly.
Emmanuelle Alt had better watch her back. Now that all the new editor-in-chief furor is over, no one can stop talking about Vogue Paris‘ newest hire, Miss Piggy.