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Feeling Lost in Life? Just Follow Cookie Monster's Advice

By Deena Bustillo on
Bottom line: Everything is better with cookies.Read Full Story

Cookie Monster Hits the Club in His New Icona Pop-Inspired Video, 'Me Want It (But Me Wait)'

By Alicia Dennis on
(YouTube)Cookie Monster has been up front and honest about his battles with self-control for decades now, but in his new music video for "Me Want It (But Me Wait)," he enters new territory: The club. The fuzzy blue monster sings about holding off the cookie cravings in his just-released parody cover of Icona Pop's "I Love It," and it's a colorful disco party for all involved — even Gladys the Cow and a couple of penguins.Read Full Story

Cookie Monster Launches Viral Campaign to Host 'Saturday Night Live'

By JJ Duncan on
(Getty Images | Inset from SesameStreet.org)The latest in a series of awesome online Sesame Street pop culture parodies has the show's lovable blue cookie-eating machine attempting to follow in Betty White's footsteps by getting on Saturday Night Live.In the new video, Cookie Monster submits his audition tape for SNL complete with a mock monologue, his own spin on the MacGruber sketches (Macarooner!), and a cookie-centric take on the Weekend Update. He explains in the video that even though...Read Full Story

Cookie Monster Won't Be Replaced by Veggie Monster

By Deena Bustillo on
Cookie Monster has been singing his signature "C is for cookie, that's good enough for me" song on Sesame Street for as long as anyone can remember, but rumors have been going around that a Veggie Monster will replace the Cookie Monster to promote better eating habits for kids. But, fear not, the big furry blue guy isn't going away. Now that childhood obesity is such a problem, it does seem a little wrong to have kids sing about junk food with Cookie Monster, so the show's producers have...Read Full Story