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'Project Runway All Stars': Miss Piggy Is Both The Client And Guest Judge (VIDEO)


First Posted: 01/20/12 03:44 AM ET Updated: 01/20/12 04:02 AM ET

Things got a little surreal this Thursday on "Project Runway All Stars" (Thu., 9 p.m. EST on Lifetime) as the designers found themselves facing probably one of the most unexpected judges. Straight from her hit movie "The Muppets" -- or was it before? -- Miss Piggy sat alongside the judges in need of a great new look from the 11 remaining contestants.

They were all very excited to have the famous pig on the panel, and they certainly had some interesting ideas on how to design a dress for her. Gordanna wanted to make sure and emphasize Piggy's legs, while Kara was talking about sexing the Muppet up and having her show some skin.

Luckily, they were designing the dresses for their human models and Piggy's would be modified from that. Her figure is certainly something completely different than what they're used to. Each dress got critiqued in Piggy's unique way. She asked if one could be used for hula hoops, and thought the hat of another would be good for cleaning pots.

To see which dress Piggy chose as the winner, and who went home, check out HuffPost TV's full "Project Runway" recap. "Project Runway" continues next Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Lifetime.

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