From the Labour party conference to the US presidential debate - via Kate Moss, Angela Merkel and Jessie J - check out our round-up of this week's silliest snaps...

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  • We can't help feeling this was a missed opportunity.

  • Boris finally responds to becoming mayor again the way that the rest of us did.

  • Angela Merkel takes one for Germany.

  • Francois Hollande - a man who, in no way, not at all, has a Napoleon Complex.

  • Jennifer Lopez's daughter responds to a catwalk show exactly as we would. Adda girl!

  • Will Ed Balls stop at nothing to woo the right wing press?

  • "These pesky devolutionists get everywhere!"

  • As they got into battle, Romney and Obama practise their patronising smiles. Obama wins by an arm-grab.

  • Alex Salmond on hearing that MK1 are through to the <em>X Factor </em>finals.

  • White House staff fear that maybe Christina Aguilera isn't taking her position as United Nations World Food Program Ambassador seriously enough...

  • ...but Hillary Clinton does her best to hide her displeasure.

  • We do hope Mrs Gareth Malone didn't see this.

  • Ed Miliband preaches to, and conducts, the choir.

  • While Tessa Jowell leads the Labour conference's morning 'Shape Up And Dance' session.

  • Halfway through, Ed and Ed take a water break. 'Shape Up And Dance' is hard work.

  • Kate Moss is shocked to learn that Paul McCartney's hair dye is even more horrific up close.

  • Manchester United's Patrice Evra doesn't get the 'celebratory shirt over head' move quite right.

  • Jessie J is shocked by the contents of her autobiography. Presumably because it was written by someone else.

  • David Cameron visits Brazil, where President Dilma Rousseff is amazed by his baby-soft hands.

  • "Hi, my name's Mitt, and I'll be your flight attendant this evening."

  • There's a lot of love for Barack Obama out there.

  • Coming soon to the National Geographic Channel: <em>When Football Mascots Attack</em>.