America's Got Muppet Talent

The Barretta Brothers

27-04-2021 • 1 hr 14 mins

On this episode, The Barretta Brothers welcome guest judge Carmen Osbahr, to help feature our ten talented contestants.

Episode Outline:

  • Gene introduces his new semi-nasty character “Simon Gene.”
  • A Thank-You to the Muppet Fan Sites who have helped us promote the show.
  • Intro to Carmen
  • Contestant #01: Jordan Brownlee sings “In Our World”
  • Contestant #02: Chris Fiser sings “Man or Muppet”
  • Talk about Carmen’s character, Rosita.
  • Contestant #03: Debra Forth sings “One Little Star.”
  • Contestant #04: Stacey Henson sings “I'm Going to Go Back There Someday”
  • Contestant #05: Scott Joy sings “Rubber Duckie”
  • Contestant #06: Cassidy Lewis sings “Sesame Street Theme”
  • Contestant #07: Thelonious Jawn sings “Do De Duckie”
  • Contestant #08: Fergie Philippe-Auguste sings “I Don't Want to Live on the Moon”
  • Contestant #09: Frank Simpson sings “I'm So Happy”
  • Contestant #10: Lianna Rivera sings “Rainbow Connection”
  • And questions for our guests from our Live Youtube Chat.


Carmen Osbahr

Carmen Osbahr, performs Rosita, Ovejita, and other characters on Sesame Street. Originally from Mexico City, she began her relationship with the iconic program in 1987 when she met Jim Henson. She appeared on various television shows for Televisa (Mexico City), including The Treasure of Knowledge, Xe-Tu, and The Songs of Cri-Cri. Osbahr was also part of the Plaza Sésamo team before moving to New York. In 1988, Osbahr officially became a Jim Henson Muppet™ performer, working for Sesame Street, City Kids, Dog City, Aliens in the Family, Between the Lions, and Bear in the Big Blue House. Osbahr’s other credits include “Kiki” in The Puzzle Place, a role in The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, and “Lily” in Disney’s Johnny and the Sprites. Osbahr has performed  in the live stage shows The Muppets Take the Bowl at the historic Hollywood Bowl; The Muppets Take the O2 at the O2 Arena in London; The Jim Henson Retrospectacle Live in Concert series in Wellington, New Zealand; and A Swingin’ Sesame Street Celebration: 50 Years and Counting at Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.