24.11.09 by Jeff

The Muppets / Bohemian Rhapsody

This just in, The Muppets perform Bohemian Rhapsody, in 1080p.

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Watch the video below!

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • SO AWESOME! This is great.

  • hahah i’ve been watching it non-stop, friggen awesome

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  • ha ha, the best!

  • Keep

    This is great! Love it.

  • chantal


  • Maw

    i love Animal!! this is a masterpiece

  • Ella

    How can these adorable Muppets be so cute and creative. I laughed at each one because each one is so cute! To think just the different reflextions of the word “Mama” could be so hilariously funny. One Muppet is more adorable than the next. Thanks for sharing this one.

    • dale

      Totally agree. Each one of them has such great individual personality. I jumped the gun and watched a Muppet Family Christmas last weekend which is going on 22 years old now (87) and the Muppets are still as classic and timeless as ever. Jim Henson and his crew had such genius!

      • Savannah

        i’m pretty convinced that’s michael caine’s best performance. that movie is totally tits.

  • lapetitefaon

    Ahhhh!!!! Epic.

  • sheba

    this is too cute, i love Bohemian Rhapsody already but the Muppets just make it so much better

  • SinnerAtta

    Soo great. And Freddie Mercury smiles from above.

  • I LOVE The Muppets and Animal is awesome.

  • That made my night!

  • The muppets can do no wrong! Even better than then the original.

  • jaja este post es muy bueno…

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