With the recent deaths of Bin Laden, Gadaffi and Kim Jong Il, there is officially nobody left on the planet who doesn't love the Muppets. You'd have to be a soulless idiot not to.
Back in December last year, the Fox Business Network over in the US accused The Muppets of being communist. Needless to say
Here are our picks of what's on the box for the weekend: Friday Room 101 - 8.30pm, BBC1 This series has been given a breath
Peaches Geldof, who seems to have become very pregnant very quickly (seriously, did that bump-based Hello magazine cover
The Muppets premiered their new film in London last night, with the likes of Olly Murs, TOWE's Joey Essex and Peaches Geldof
What better way to celebrate Miss Piggy's return to the big screen than with a limited-edition makeup collection for Mac
Amy Childs nearly trips over her own pout, Kerry Katona's on the lash (again), Holly Valance and Catherine Zeta Jones ramp
Poor Peppa Pig. Not only does she have to contend with being two-dimensional - she's also come under fire for her bad behaviour
1. The new Muppets movie is going to be awesome - After all, Kermit said so. The legendary frog (as well as director James Bobin, Fozzie and Miss Piggy) all showed up on the big screen for a live link-up with a packed crowd at Indigo2 and introduced a great clip from the upcoming movie featuring Kermit singing.