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By Katerina Nikolas     Jan 30, 2012 in Entertainment
Miss Piggy of the Muppets had the last laugh over Fox News criticisms of the "dangerous liberal agenda" promoted by the stuffed animals. During a press conference in London she claimed the accusation was as "laughable as accusing Fox News as being news."
The Muppets are in London promoting the U.K. release of their new movie The Muppets which premiered last Thursday. Grazia reported Miss Piggy wowed her fans in a glam metallic frock designed by Giles Deacon, who confided "She was the biggest diva we've ever worked with."
Miss Piggy really made her mark at the press conference which followed the premiere. Joining Kermit the Frog, the duo hit back at criticism levelled by Fox Business host Eric Bolling last December, as reported by Digital Journal.
Bolling accused the Muppets of promoting a "dangerous liberal agenda" according to OetZitterd. The animated green frog laughed at the notion that The Muppets movie conveyed an anti-oil company message. He pointed out that if they had a problem with oil companies they would not have spent the whole movie driving round in a gas-guzzling Rolls Royce.
The final word belonged to the diva herself, Miss Piggy, who described the criticism as being "as laughable as accusing Fox News of being news."
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