Kris Jenner was quick to shut down those lame rumors that had to do with her baby boy.
When asked to comment on the rehab, the famed momager said they're all:
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The man under the feathers has done a lot lately.
From releasing a documentary about his iconic role as Big Bird, to making this AH-mazing Birdman parody, to teaming up with Michelle Obama and Billy Eichner, Caroll Spinney works his tail off just to make kids smile on the daily.
But when he hosted an 'ask me anything' on Reddit Thursday, he revealed there was one child in particular whose smile stands out.
The Sesame Street star was asked about his 'most meaningful interaction' with a young viewer, and the story he told made us tear up.
He had gotten a letter from a man who had a five-year-old son named Joey, who was very sick with cancer and knew he was dying. All Joey wanted was a phone call from his feathered friend. Big Bird was the only thing that could cheer him up, but he wasn't always in every episode of the children's show.
So Caroll dialed the phone and, as Big Bird, talked to the boy for about ten minutes. He told the Reddit readers Joey's final words to him:
The Age Of Ultron is nearly upon us, but Sesame Street is more interested in the age of 3-5 years old!
That's why they replaced the Avengers with the Aveggies, a superhero team that skipped out on the scary robot fight in favor of making sure people eat a balanced diet!
Watch the adorably inept heroes take on desserts in the HIGHlarious — and high in vitamins — Aveggies: Age Of Bon Bon (below)!
Jack be nimble, Jack be quick.
You may think you've heard it before, but that old school nursery rhyme is a thing of the past!
In Tuesday's short, Murray Monster wants Zach's help to reenact Zach Be Nimble for all the kids in the audience. The only problem?
Zach doesn't quite know what the word nimble actually means.
Ch-ch-check out Zach's educational appearance on Sesame Street (below)!!!
Winter has come late to Sesame Street!
The hit puppet show has gone to Westeros — or should we say… Jestoros — as Grover Bluejoy helps Ned Stark conduct a game of musical chairs and figure out who exactly will take the Iron Chair!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGH-larious video (above) to find out who will win the Game of Chairs!
And don't worry, there isn't a George R.R. Martin-style character death — it is Sesame Street, after all!
Our favorite red head is at it again!
Even Ed tweeted out his excitement over this furry collaboration!
Where Kim Kardashian failed, Cookie Monster succeeded!
In a recent HIGHlarious video posted by Sesame Street, our favorite chocolate chip cookie addict decides he too wants to give breaking the internet a try.
Except he's far more literal in his attempt: he ingests a router!
Of course, Grumpy Cat makes a very welcome cameo in this sketch, so yeah, who knows? This might actually destroy the web.
Guess you'll find out tomorrow if your Wi-Fi works or not.
Ch-ch-check out the epic Sesame Street clip (below)!!!