The much-loved pig will interview the star as they enter the event at the Royal Opera House this Sunday.

Among those set to grace the awards include Michael Fassbender, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Gary Oldman and Jean Dujardin – a line-up that will no doubt have Miss Piggy snuffling round for gossip.

“Imagine the likes of Clooney, Dujardin, Fassbender, Oldman and Pitt achieving the very pinnacle of their careers by getting a chance to speak with the one and only moi – Miss Piggy!” she said.

The TV and film star appears opposite Jason Segel, Amy Adams and Chris Cooper in The Muppets movie, released on February 10.

The Bafta Red Carpet Show With Miss Piggy will air on Monday, February 13.

Miss Piggy’s red carpet attire is yet to be revealed but she prides herself on being glamourous and cnsiders her nly rival n the fashion stakes to be Lady Gaga.

Gaga previously donned a JC de Castelbajac piece made out of hanging Kermit the Frogs. Miss Piggy thinks it “cool” that the star chose her partner to adorn her décolletage but insists her opinion would be very different if the outfit wasn’t artificial.

“Absolutely [it’s cool], as long as it is made from faux Kermits. If she used the real Kermie, then that wouldn’t be the only thing hanging around her neck,” she deadpanned in an interview with Style magazine.