The muppets have once again taken the world by storm with their simply stunning version of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' on internet clip site You Tube.
The stunningly brilliant reworking of the Queen classic opens with The Great Gonzo, before moving on to demented drummer Animal, calling emotionally for his Mama.
Also getting in on the act are Rolf the dog, Fozzy Bear, the Swedish Chef, old curmudgeons Statler and Waldorf, and Doctor Teeth's stunning band, who play like their lives depend on it.
Miss Piggy pops up and sings rather badly in French (she only says 'Moi' and not half as sexily as Noemie LeNoir in that M&S ad, but never has a pig sang so emotionally in French)
The extravaganza is rounded off by Kermit the Frog and Scooter who mumble something about video conferencing.
So far the clip has racked up 74 billion hits on the internet site. When the CD is released it's expected to shatter all known records, even hitting the top spot in Somalia, where pirates have taken time out to groove to the song on the net.
"Freddie will be a proud man in heaven right now," Brian May told us. "This is just what he would have wanted. He always had a soft spot for Animal. It's a fitting tribute to a great man. He's probably tickling Angel's bums as we speak. And dossing about on clouds and stuff."
Simon Cowell was reportedly furious that the muppets had stolen X-Factor star Olly Murs's Christmas glory.
"If there's any justice in the world," he told us. "Then Olly should be the Christmas number one. I hate the bloody muppets. They're a joke. Like Jedward. But I'm not bitter."
Cowell's fellow judge, Lois Walsh was still acting a bit Ga-ga, drooling and glaring wide eyed in all directions, while Cheryl Cole told Miss Piggy:
"Divvent listen to em pet. You nailed tharrun good n propah."
Most people have forgotten that Dannii Minogue exists.
More as we get it.