Dave Grohl’s Going Back to Sesame Street

It’s been confirmed that Dave Grohl will be appearing on Sesame Street for the second time in his career. The Foo Fighters singer guitarist will be on the show for the second time to mark the shows 50th anniversary in 2019.

One of the shows Puppeteer’s Ryan Dillon told fans of the show via social media that Grohl would be appearing. He posted a picture of Grohl with Big Bird and Elmo with the attached caption: “Dave Grohl was incredible. Thanks for playing with us! A great way to wrap up this week’s shoot!”

As well as Grohl, actor and comedian Paul Scheer will be appearing on the show. It’s amazing to think that the show was first broadcast in 1969 and endeared itself to children and adults alike with characters that include Oscar the Grouch, Bert and Ernie, Count von Count, Grover and Cookie Monster.

Grohl’s firsyt appearance had him take on Animal in a drum off. At the time the ex-Nirvana drummers said: ”I think everybody had Miss Piggy fantasies – she seemed sassy. I always had a thing for Grover, to be honest, and his alter-ego, Super Grover. I had a Super Grover doll growing up.”

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