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Details on Emily’s Group Date Yesterday

I think because the show is doing things a bit different this season in Charlotte, as I said weeks ago, it’s gonna be a lot easier to get information while they are still in town. I can’t tell you how many locals are sending me info every day on what they see, hear, etc. So anything I get, I’ll just pass on to all of you. I still have 5 more guys names, pictures, and bios to release and I will get those to you sometime next week. I need things to settle down a bit so I can put it all together. Once again, thank you to everyone who continues to donate to my legal defense fund. We’ve added the “Donate” button at the top of the page, which brings you directly to the column from Wednesday that started this all so you have an idea why I’m asking for the money. Anything you can do to help is much appreciated.

So here’s how I can best describe what happened on the group date yesterday, with took place in the Booth Playhouse at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in uptown Charlotte:

-There were 13 total guys on the date, but three never got to perform in any part of the acts.

Act 1: Opening number was 5 guys in tuxedos dancing with Emily and Miss Piggy.

Act 2: Two guys doing stand up “Sesame Street” comedy with Fozzy Bear…apparently was not very funny. Wacka wacka wacka.

Act 3: Kermit the frog and Emily one-on-one then Miss Piggy joins in when Emily goes in to kiss Kermit; they bring Ricki up on stage to meet Kermit and the three of them sing Rainbow Connection.

Act 4: “Live with Miss Piggy” where three guys take the seat for question and answer with Miss Piggy; Charlie (not sure who he is yet) is asked by Miss Piggy to show his “sexy” dance, and he brings Emily up on stage to give her a lap dance. I’m sure all the kids in attendance loved that. Aaron (who is one of the other guys info I do have, but haven’t released yet) had to give Emily a romantic poem off the top of his head. Ready for this one? “Roses are red, violets are blue, Emily Maynard I want to get to know you.” To say the least, he is no DJ Emmy O. Jef Holm was the other guy in this act and Miss Piggy asked him to show her his proposal. So he proposed to Miss Piggy. And they fornicated on stage so they could start producing piglets.

Act 5: For the final act they bring the President/CEO of Levine Children’s Hospital up to say a few words, tell her they have raised $20,000 for the Ricky Hendrick charity, and they all sing “Rainbow Connection” with the audience. It first started out with just Kermit, Emily, the three guys who weren’t in any of the acts, and the hospital spokesperson but then all the other guys eventually come up on stage (including Chris Harrison) to sing “Rainbow Connection” again.

-Emily’s mother and Ricki did not stick around for the whole show. Ricki never interacted with any of the guys. For all she knew, she was just there to see a show that the Muppets were a part of. Her mom and Ricki left after Ricki went on stage.

-The after party was at Garrison at Graham Lofts in Charlotte.



  1. mommyof2

    March 19, 2012 at 8:37 PM

    I’ve been watching season 3 of Sweet Home Alabama on CMT and looking at the show’s FB page as well as the lead’s page. That bachelor fans spoilers FB group has been posting screen caps from the previews for the finale on the sites. Also noticed that done of the former cast of the Bachelor/ette have been following and tweeting with contestants on this show (Wes Hayden and some others).

  2. randais

    May 21, 2012 at 6:53 PM

    Ok so close, but no cigar….act 3 was actually act 4, Charlie did NOT dance, much less bring Emily up for a lap dance (thank goodness, how inappropriate would that have been?).
    You were dead on with the “poem”, minus her last name.
    NO mention of Chris Harrison’s schtick.
    They didn’t show the Pres/CEO coming up on stage, but there’s no accounting for editing I suppose.

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