THE MUPPETS cover Queen's BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY in this instant classic!


The Muppets' rendition on Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody has amassed over 1 million views since hitting the net just 2 days ago -- on the eve of the anniversary of Freddie Mercury's passing in 1991. Can you blame us or the thousands "forwarding it like it's hot"? The video is pure comedic brilliance, but most of all... it's fun!

Bohemian Rahpsody was a hit when it first came out in 1975, becoming one of Queen's most recognizable songs. But for most of us, our first introduction to the song's three radically different parts came via the iconic scene from 1992's Wayne's World. The chorus-less song would receive a sudden resurgence on the the charts after appearing on the soundtrack for the SNL based comedy.

It was a perfect song for the Muppets to cover. You can't help but smile at the way all of your favorite Muppet characters take on each layered part. The most endearing part has to be when Animal gets hung up on the line that is supposed to go, "Mama just killed a man." He doesn't get past Mama, and begins calling out for his own. Aside from it being right in line with his character, it's a clever way to censor murder from the kids.

Check out the video, which is available in 720 and 1080p HD. Share your thoughts in the comment sectiom below!

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