Everyone has they're favorite acts and movies, songs, and others but even if you don't love them you know that there is a certainty that when someone asks you about a certain topic, you will have to say "Classic".
Bohemian Rhapsody is an undeniable rock classic and the Muppets have endured from the mid 70's till today as being a timeless part of pop culture. Put together for a faithful reprodcution of the classic song and video, you have something awesome.
Yes there are some things that could have been better like saving Statler and Waldorf (talk about awesome) for the end to critique the video and cutting out having Animal saying "Mama just killed a man" is a cheap way out by having him blather is weak but everything else like having minor Muppet characters interacting with the major ones is done well, especially Sam the Eagle with the NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! part.
There really isn't much else to add since I still love the Muppets and I do love the song, no matter how many times I've heard it, it remains cool and the Muppets pay a good tribute to it.
Now if we could only get the Fraggles to sing "Black Water."
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The Muppets Bohemian Rhapsody video is a music video cover of the well-known Queen song Bohemian Rhapsody, performed by characters from The Muppets. The video was originally posted on YouTube on November 23, 2009. The video features multiple Muppets characters singing partially modified lyrics of the original song and garnered over seven millions hits within its first week of release. The video is an official production of The Muppets Studio and is one of many videos that have been released on YouTube featuring the Muppets covering a song. The release of the video times up closely with the 18th anniversary of the death of Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury. It was released as a download on the 13th December 2009. It peaked at #19 on the ITunes chart, but only got as high as #32 on the UK Top 40 of 20th December.