Tone-deaf Muppet Miss Piggy has to plead for the limelight by begging Kermit: ‘When do I sing?’
But piano-playing porker Thimble has found her recitals are always in hot demand.
The musical micropig has won thousands of fans online after owner Kelly Blackwell taught her to tinkle the ivories.
‘I bought her a small child’s keyboard to practise on and she loved it, so I then bought her a child’s electric piano,’ said the professional dog trainer.
‘When I first taught her, she was so good at it I thought I’d get her a guitar and she was good at that too.
She doesn’t play any songs in particular, we like to think she writes her own music – her own form of techno-pop.’
Six-year-old Thimble subscribes to the flamboyant Elton John school of piano performance.
‘She likes to wear clothes when she’s playing,’ said Ms Blackwell, of the appropriately named New Sonata, in Florida.
‘She has a whole load of different dresses, hats and sunglasses – she has more clothes than I do.’
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11 June 2014 | 10:47 pm – Source: metro.co.uk