Bette Midler (b. 1945) is a singer, comedian and actress known for the films Ruthless People, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Beaches, and her biggest hit, The First Wives Club.
In 1980, Midler recorded "Blueberry Pie" for the album In Harmony: A Sesame Street Record. She also appeared as "Mother Earth" on The Earth Day Special, an ABC special which featured a sketch with Kermit and Robin the Frog.
Midler voiced Kitty Galore in Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, the non-Creature Shop sequel to Cats & Dogs. She also provided the voice of Woody the Spoon on the PBS educational series Vegetable Soup (1975-1978).
- Episode 518 of The Muppet Show sees Marty Feldman as a harem girl, who claims his costume was borrowed from Midler (using most of the show's budget).
- A caricature of Midler, The Sublime Miss M, sings "You Gotta Have M." (EKA: Episode 2837) The song spoofs "Friends," a song popularized by Midler.
- In a Sesame Street sketch, The Count asks his bats if they'd like to see the latest flick, Teenage Mutant Ninja Bats (starring Bat Midler).