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I love it when singers parody their own songs. I loved it when James Blunt appeared on Sesame Street singing (a parody of "You're Beautiful"). And here is Canadian singer-song writer 's appearance on Sesame Street. In this really cute video, she sings a song about counting to four, parodying her hit song . (If you can't see the embedded video selling viagra, go to . ) This video is so fun to watch. The monsters (Elmo, Zoe, Telly, Rosita) are cute. Selling viagra the chickens are wearing hats and sunglasses. The penguins are silly looking. But what I really love is Feist's performance. She is such a puppet! Okay, let me explain: she is totally matching the puppets' movements. When she is walking along with the monsters, selling viagra she bounces up and down like puppets would. And when she dances around with the chickens and monsters, she does this really exaggerated head and body motion that's such a puppet movement. (When TV puppets sing and dance, you see this very typical move of bodying swaying left and right, the head tilting to the left for two beats, and then right for two beats and so on. ) It's very typical for a puppet, but when a human does it, it's just so totally adorable. And apparently she's having way too much fun and that [selling viagra] feeling of joy really beams over to my monitor. They also did a good job of designing the shots. There's Feist, four monsters, four penguins, and four chickens, a total of 13 characters in the shot at one point and yet it was never chaotic. And they took many elements from the (which is also very fun to watch, by the way). It was not easy because all the characters are moving all the time, and so was the camera. Everything had to be carefully planned out, especially when they were using the edges of the screen so much (just like the very classic sketch from Muppets). Towards the end there were three groups of four and they each used one edge (monsters on left, chickens at the bottom, and penguins on right). There were many characters but they were organized into groups, so you didn't need to try to figure out what each of the 13 characters were doing. Ah, this is way too cute, seriously. (Via . Get well soon, Andrew!) Update: After watching the video for the 5th time, I spotted Oscar the Grouch in this video. It was really a subtle but nice touch. Anyone spotted Oscar too? (That was quite a Where's Waldo moment for me. ) Related Posts:


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