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Should Sesame Street Retire Elmo? @Wendywilliams Thinks So

How you doing Elmo?

Well not so good, Wendy Williams voiced her opinion about the “scandal” of puppeteer Kevin Clash during her Hot Topics segment. Her thoughts were, since we know the face/voice behind Elmo, the character needs to retire. When thinking of Elmo, scandal is attached to the name. Do you agree? Should Sesame Street retire Elmo?

In my best Wendy voice, THIS IS ONE BIG MESS!


Miami lawyer Jeff Herman has announced that a third man has filed a lawsuit against Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash, accusing him of sexual assault.

Herman refers to the third accuser as John Doe and said he was 16 years old when Clash allegedly sexually assaulted him.

John Doe documented his experiences in an unpublished book he wrote in 2009. A chapter of that book, according to his lawyer, is called “Tickled My Heart” and John Doe called Clash “Mr. Tickler” in it.

Sheldon Stephens, now 23, was the original accuser earlier this month, claiming he had an inappropriate relationship with Clash when he was 16 and Clash was 45. He then recanted his story and said Clash paid him $125,000 to do so.

Clash resigned from “Sesame Street” last week after a second accuser, 24-year-old Cecil Singleton, came forward saying he had an underage sexual relationship with Clash when he was 15. Herman is also Singleton’s lawyer.

Clash was the voice of Elmo for 28 years. His statement, upon resigning, was “Personal matters have diverted attention away from the important work Sesame Street is doing and I cannot allow it to go on any longer. I am deeply sorry to be leaving and am looking forward to resolving these personal matters privately.”

Clash’s lawyer, Michael Berger, said in a statement: “The cases and Mr. Clash’s reputation will be defended vigorously.”


Save The Twinkie

What does the Twinkie mean to you? (to me it equals nastiness) Well if you’re talk show host Wendy Williams it means a lot.

Hostess Brands, the company that produces the Twinkie, Wonder Bread and many other classic treats, filed for bankruptcy last month.

Williams has started an online campaign to prevent the perishing of the notoriously nonperishable spongy snack, which she calls a “golden symbol of the American dream” in her first pro-Twinkie PSA.


She has set up a Facebook page devoted to the cause and guests will receive gifts made out Twinkies and will be encouraged to share any stories they have about Hostess products.

Twinkie Sushi

While watching her show today, I didn’t know there are so many ways to eat this sweet snack…besides deep frying them. You can make a twinkie ice cream/smoothie concoction, tiramisu,  “sushi” and you can make an actually cake. If you’re watching your weight, the twinkie does come in an 100 calorie snack pack.  

While “researching” I found there is a cookbook as well…oh my! 🙂


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