Cee-Lo Green and The Muppets Party in New Holiday Video 'All I Need Is Love'
"The Voice" mentor Cee-Lo Green has released another holiday video and this time some furry friends join in the fun. "All I Need Is Love" is the new upbeat and danceable track featuring Jim Henson's The Muppets and a cameo appearance from "The Office" star Craig Robinson as Santa Clause.
The Marc Klasfeld-directed video opens with Green arriving on his Rolls Royce convertible and gate crashing Kermit's Christmas party after getting lost in the middle of a snowstorm on his way to "Hotlanta". Little did the singer know that the complete cast of joyful and lovable Muppets, which all seem to be eager at opening their holiday presents, are there waiting to welcome him in the humble abode.
Viewers will surely smile at the sight of the cute and entertaining characters who make the party come to life, including Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Animal, Swedish Chef, Rowlf, Bobo, Statler & Waldorf, and the new muppet Walter from 2011's "The Muppets".
Some funny highlights of the clip involve "Office" star Craig Robinson playing Santa and dropping down from the chimney, which prompts Walter to say, "So Santa's my homie!", and Green singing along with a muppet version of himself.
"All I Need Is Love" is bursting with colorful holiday visuals and boisterous scenes of Cee-Lo Green and The Muppets enjoying the Christmas season. This is definitely a clearer and less surreal video compared to Green's recent wacky clip of the 1970 Donny Hathaway yuletide classic "This Christmas".
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