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...
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>.