Who is The Human Puppet?
Forest Thomer The Human Puppet Dances at the Taste of Cincinnati
Forest Thomer - The Human Puppet
Once upon a time Forest Thomer was probably just an ordinary guy, but these days he's the Human Puppet. In that role, he's done lots of things, including help people fulfill their dreams; but he also spends a lot of time in pursuit of his greatest goal. The Human Puppet wants to dance on the Ellen DeGeneres show and he intends to do whatever it takes to make that happen.
Human Puppet Links
- Ally's Dream "Wheelchair Bubble POP!" - CNN iReport
The Human Puppet helps Ally, a college student live out one of her dreams.
- Ellen DeGeneres, Please Let the Human Puppet Dance on Your Show
More about the Human Puppet and his dream
- The Human Puppet Does The Ellen
In this video Forest teaches a few folks on the street to do The Ellen. He intends to do an Ellen "Flash Mob" dance event Saturday May 29, 2010 at the Taste of Cincinnati at 1:00 PM.
May 26, 2010 - The Human Puppet with Jeff and Jen on Q102
quest for world domination, the Human Puppet has named himself Midwest General. He's downloaded Ellen masks from her website and passes them out at public events.
Doing The Ellen
Forest has written an Ellen song to which he dances "the Ellen" of course. He's so into it, he demonstrates his dance to anyone on the street who will stop long enough; and he's videotaped the results.
The Human Puppet, a Fan and One Great Big Hairy Friend
Ellen on Amazon.com
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