Grant Denyer has shown off an unexpected Kermit the Frog impersonation, stunning his wife Chezzi.
Despite being married for 12 years, Denyer, 44, had never before shared his “exceptional” vocal talent with his partner.
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While recording their podcast It’s All True, Chezzi asked her husband if he had a favorite Disney character.
“Maybe not a Disney character,” Denyer began, “but if I was a Muppet I’d be Kermit, you know, nice, friendly, likes to sit on a log.”
He then broke into an unexpectedly accurate impression of the muppet’s character.
“Oh my god,” Chezzi said.
“That’s exceptional. Sign him up,” the podcast’s producer George Sargent said.
Chezzi told her husband, “That’s your next job. I never knew that you could do that.”
“What, impersonate Kermit?” Deny laughed.
“Standing on a street corner just doing that?”
“And then people asking, ‘Why does Grant Denyer have a weird voice and why does he have a guitar case open collecting coins?’
“We’ll paint you green,” Chezzi joked.
“Oh my God. I never knew you could do that – I loved Kermit.”
“I’ve never done that before,” the former Dancing with the Stars contestant said of his impression.
“We’ll you’re very good,” Chezzi added.
‘Fear of failure’
Last month, Denyer suggested he was “a work in progress”, opening up about his personal struggles in a revealing Instagram post.
“Defs no expert at this but I’m always open to new ideas on how to feel/do better. Or even ancient ones for that matter,” the candid post from July 8 said.
“Meditation isn’t easy for me but it certainly does chill me out more.
“I really suffer from a racing mind that makes a hell of a lot of noise.
“My self-talk can get pretty savage, I beat myself up, worry about the future, hang on to regrets about the past and get bogged down in fear.
“Fear of failure, fear of not being liked, not being good enough.
“Generally a busy mind that makes it hard to be present for those around me.”
He added that his “mental distractions” could make it hard for him to be present and “enjoy the moment”.
“This is not meant to be a preach or a ‘look at how balanced I am’ – it’s an ‘I’m flawed, I have many weaknesses, I struggle’… and I hear you, if you do too,” he said .
The post drew hundreds of likes and comments from fans and followers, including some fellow celebs.
“Absolutely loved this post and you,” Chrissie Swan wrote.
“Love this mate,” comedian Dave Hughes added.
One fan added: “Intuition tells me that you’re witty, caring, resilient, generous and I personally love your posts.”
“Grant, you are always loved and always enough. You are a beautiful human,” another follower added.
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