It’s Tuesday, and we all have the blahs. We all need something that is going to make us smile. What better way to do that than to watch our favorite Sesame Street Muppets read quotes from films like The Wizard of Oz, Top Gun, Forrest Gump, A Street Car Named Desire, Poltergeist, Naked Gun, The Karate Kid, The Terminator, A League of Their Own, A Few Good Men and so many more. The only one missing is Oscar the Grouch doing the infamous line from Network! Even that omission is not making me mad as Hell!
Seriously, didn’t this just sweep the clouds away? I know it did for me! How can you not chuckle when you head Elmo say, “There’s no crying in baseball.”
Josh Groban might have turned 36 earlier this week, but that doesn’t mean he can’t act like a kid every now again. Not only did he make his Broadway debut in the last few months, he is also filmed his Sesame Street debut yesterday. By the looks of the huge smile on his face, I think he is having the time of his life. Who can blame him? I mean he got to hang out with Cookie Monster and he is like the coolest Muppet on the street!
This isn’t the only thing he has in the works with children, he also has a song on Beauty and the Beast’s upcoming soundtrack. To hear Evermore, then click here!
Jason Derulo is no novice when it comes to working with kids who dance because he judged the last season of So You Think You Can Dance where all of the contestants were little ones. Therefore, it makes sense that he would be the one would show Sesame Street’s Elmo and Abby how to get their funk on with a song called Dancing is Easy.
Not only is it is easy, it is also fun to watch. Didn’t the dancing lesson just bring a big smile to your face?
Sesame Street is getting into the Christmas spirit by singing Deck the Halls with Audra McDonald. Her nearly two month old daughter is going to be so excited when she is older and realizes her mom is friends with Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster and more. Christmas will be even more special at her preschool when they show that.
John Legend is taping something for Sesame Street and he got Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Bert, Ernie and a few others to say hello to his daughter Luna. The 7 month old might not understand how cool that is, but in 2 years she going to be loving her daddy for it because she will be the coolest kid on the block.
No matter how old you get, getting the Sesame Street gang to personalize a message for you would be the best thing ever. Seriously, how awesome would that be?
Granted, Legend is now going to have to find a way to top that when she is 5, so he at least he has a few years for that. But for now he has it covered. Boy, does he have it covered!