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See Joseph Gordon-Levitt sing 'Fly Me to the Moon' with Miss Piggy on The Muppets

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This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.COM.

The star-studded Muppets reboot is seeing yet another famous face this week: Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Fresh off of his impressive “Rhythm Nation” performance on Thursday’s episode of Lip Sync Battle, JGL is taking his musical talents to the ABC series. 

During Tuesday’s episode, titled “Going, Going, Gonzo,” Gordon-Levitt, 34, delivers a showstopping duet with Miss Piggy on Up Late with Miss Piggy. 

In an exclusive clip of the upcoming episode, Gordon-Levitt and the songstress are seen on stage, swaying to the music (with him occasionally caressing Piggy) in a romantic rendition of Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to The Moon.” 
 
Things aren’t running so smoothly behind the scenes, though, as the rest of the Muppets wrestle with stage props and a broken headset. 

Still, always the performers, Piggy and Gordon-Levitt continue to sing, despite a giant moon prop swinging just inches from their heads. 

Later, Gordon-Levitt joins Scooter, Pepe and the gang for poker night. 

The Muppets airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.