Nick Jonas sure has been busy between riding around and singing with James Corden and Demi Lovato, as well as chatting it up with Ellen DeGeneres about his love life.
Well, apparently in between all of that, he was able to swing by Sesame Street to hang out with the muppets!
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That's right, Jonas will be appearing on Saturday's episode of the hit children's show and he's helping Bert, Cookie Monster, and The Count teach kids about different shapes with a song titled Check That Shape! Aww!
Ch-ch-check out Nick's new Sesame Street song (below) and let us know if you're feeling the jam!
Now that Sesame Street has successfully made its move to HBO, it looks like they're revamping their online presence too!
On Thursday, Big Bird took center stage at YouTube's Brandcast presentations to announce that the hit children's show would be launching an all-new channel titled Sesame Studios which would be creating content designed for the digital platform!
Video: Fifth Harmony Stop By Sesame Street For A Song & Dance With Elmo!
Steve Youngwood, the Chief Operating Officer of Sesame Workshop said of the new channel:
"When Sesame Street began, [creator] Joan Ganz Cooney said, ‘It's not whether kids are learning from television, but what they are learning.' The same is true today with preschoolers and YouTube Kids. We are a creative workshop with a 45 year history of breaking new ground. Sesame Studios represents another new frontier for us; one where we can bring our educational expertise to an emerging platform for our audiences."
If that wasn't enough to get you excited, Todrick Hall teamed up with the kids show and created a theme song and video for Sesame Studios!
Ch-ch-check out Sesame Street's brand new theme song and video (below) and make sure to swing by their YouTube channel too!
We've found Zayn Malik's replacement!
One Direction may technically be on a break right now, but that doesn't mean their music is going anywhere.
Just ask Elmo and Phoebe from Sesame Street – they still can't get History out of their heads!
Video: Fifth Harmony Sings & Dances Along With Elmo & Friends!
The Muppets stopped by Greg James' show on BBC Radio 1 on Monday to promote their new series on HBO, but couldn't pass up the opportunity to treat the host to their rendition of the Made in the A.M. single.
And while Elmo and Phoebe may be cute, Greg is downright smokin' once he starts showing off his own vocals! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out Elmo, Phoebe, and Greg's version of History by One Direction (below)!!!
Sia is almost as well known for not showing her face as she is for her AH-Mazing music.
While the Australian artist dons all kinds of wigs and headwear to help conceal her face in order to maintain some personal privacy, once in a while we get a peek behind the wizard's curtain!
Video: Fifth Harmony Stops By Sesame Street To Hang & Sing With Elmo!
Most recently, the 40-year-old singer stopped by Sesame Street to film a little number for them and she actually revealed her face — well most of it as she did wear a red clown nose.
The singer even took to Instagram to share a snap of her encounter with Cookie Monster:
Get it girls!
Though Sesame Street has always been a great time filled with wonderful moments and celebs stopping by, we weren't sure what changes would be coming since the show moved to HBO.
Thankfully, the children's program has managed to hold on to the same charm and they keep getting AH-Mazing celebrity guests!
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On this week's episode, the ladies of Fifth Harmony are stopping by to help Elmo sing a song about finding music all around with That's Music!
Ch-ch-check out the incredibly fun song as the ladies teach you how to find music in the environment (below):
Elmo can really deliver that witty banter!
On Saturday, Sesame Street packed up and moved to HBO from PBS for its 46th season!
It's no surprise that the premium cable network is an inneresting home for the preschool classic, being that most shows on HBO cater to a more adult audience!
So, Jimmy Kimmel decided to help the newbie get accustomed to a more mature network by combining footage of Sesame Street with audio from the HBO dramedy Girls!
Video: Jimmy Fallon & The Sesame Street Gang Photobomb Kids!
In the Jimmy Kimmel Live clip, Elmo and Abby have a hilarious discussion about sexuality courtesy of dialogue used in a scene with Lena Dunham and Andrew Rannells!
If you're wondering why they didn't spoof Game Of Thrones instead — Sesame Street already took care of that on its own!
Ch-ch-check out the muppet repartee (below)!