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Kermit And Miss Piggy Have Called It Quits Via Social Media

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News broke yesterday via Twitter that Miss Piggy will remain a bachelorette a little longer, and have to wait for that “Mrs.” title she’s been so desperately seeking. Her boyfriend, Kermit the Frog took to social media to announce the couple had separated, or, as Gwyneth Paltrow would have put it, “engaged in a conscious uncoupling.” By all accounts, Miss Piggy initiated the breakup.

No reason has been given for why the relationship croaked, but sources close to the couple say that her overbearing, clingy behavior had gotten worse in the lead up to their new show, and it was hampering their working relationship. Insiders close to Miss Piggy’s camp are saying that Kermit was frequently aloof, and Miss Piggy suggested that his manic-depressive personality had affected the couple’s social life.

Another source that worked with the couple, when asked about their recent behavior, responded “BORK, BORK, BORK.” He wished to remain anonymous.

The news is being taken hard by fans of the couple, but the statement assures fans of the show that the break-up won’t affect their work on their ABC show this fall. The couple was childless, so custody rights will not be an issue.

More on this story as it develops, but as it stands now, we’re left only with memories of the two, and hope that their differences won’t get in the way of their new work.

In a follow-up clip, Kermit was seen on set saying that Miss Piggy has revealed that his ex made his life a “bacon-wrapped hell,” though I suppose if someone is going to make your life hell, it’s not so bad if it’s at least wrapped in bacon.

Source: hollywood.com

Written by: New Generation Radio

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