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Women Are In Stitches Over Hinge Date's 'Impression' Of Kermit The Frog

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Women Are In Stitches Over Hinge Date's 'Impression' Of Kermit The Frog

A woman was left too stunned to speak after hearing a man on Hinge recite Will Smith's infamous outburst at the Oscars in Kermit the Frog's voice. Watch below.

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We've encountered countless mind-blowing voice notes on Hinge but nothing could have prepared this TikTok user - who posts as @teamfreebritney - for the rather accurate Kermit impression.

The video has a whopping 557,000 likes and 11,700 shares a mere three days after it was posted.

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The TikToker captioned the video: "Changing your Hinge location to London so you can hear the sexy British voice prompts."

Kermit the Frog and his wife Miss Piggy. Credit: ABC.
Kermit the Frog and his wife Miss Piggy. Credit: ABC.

In what may come as a huge surprise, women on TikTok have fallen head over heels for the creative singleton.

“This is actually so funny OMG,” said one TikTok user.

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A second comment read: “Soulmate found.”

The praise kept coming in for the guy, with one person confessing: “I mean the impression was pretty good.”

Will Smith confronted Chris Rock on stage. Credit. Alamy.
Will Smith confronted Chris Rock on stage. Credit. Alamy.

Another woman urged the TikTok user to elope based on his Kermit impression. She said: "I love him, marry him!!! Do it for us babe!!!”

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One woman confessed: “I’m in love with him already.”

Someone else wrote: “Omg but his accent is absolutely gorgeous omfg marry him.”

Things took a drastic turn at the 94th Academy Awards this year, when comedian Chris Rock made a joke about Jada's shaved head by referring to her as G.I. Jane, a film character who is also bald.

Moments after the comment was made, Will approached Chris on stage and slapped him, before returning to his seat and shouting: "Keep my wife's name out of your f**king mouth."

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The outburst became the most discussed moment of the evening, with many viewers criticising Will for his actions.

The actor apologised to The Academy and his fellow nominees later in the ceremony, during his acceptance speech for Best Actor In A Leading Role, claiming "love will make you do crazy things".

In a statement released on Instagram, Will apologies again and said his actions were "unacceptable and inexcusable".

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In other Hinge-related news, a woman jokingly requested a man on the app apply for a date with a resume - and he actually did.

Financial expert and blogger Becca, who posts on TikTok as @blondebrokeandbougie, shared the video on Thursday and it quickly accumulated over two million views.

In a video shared on TikTok, Becca details her initial conversation with the unnamed man in which she requested him to present his credentials.

Following along with the joke, the man asked for her email address and sent a full resume, with the headline "charming single man".

You can read what happened next here.

Featured Image Credit: @teamfreebritney/TikTok

Topics: Sex and Relationships

Gregory Robinson
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