He and his long-time beau, Miss Piggy, broke up over the summer.
Just another in a long line of celebrity break-ups this year.
He asked for privacy, but of course, you know the media.
Now, they're falling over themselves to report that Kermit's got the googly eyes for a certain red-headed pig named Denise who works in ABC's Marketing Department. She's undoubtedly working on the PR for The Muppets, which debuts soon on that network.
But poor Kermit. Now he's in a spot where he has to talk about his relationships - again!
Sheesh. I can't believe I already have to do this again... Here is the official statement on my relationship status: pic.twitter.com/gRCyl3xbfz
President Barack Obama has been busy this week, visiting the nation's 49th state and making some points about climate change in the process.
While in Alaska, he did some salmon fishing, taped a TV show with Bear Grylls, and visited some very remote spots - places they say no US President has visited before. It does not appear that he bumped into Sarah Palin at all - which would have been pretty darned intersting, don't ya think?
He's posting his own pictures to Instagram, and even videotaping his personal travelogue.
It's almost like he's auditioning for his own reality series.
I mean, he will be looking for something to do at the end of January, 2017.
A guy in Illinois interviewed for a job and was offered a position.
Somehow, when he got the offer, he managed to text two naked pictures of himself to the company's human resources manager.
She called the police.
When he called the next day to follow up on the job, she figured out the pictures had come from him, and the cops paid a visit.
He says he did it by accident. A police spokesman told The Chicago Tribune: "We're seeing it much more often now with our young people sending inappropriate photos of themselves. They're sharing it with someone else and the next thing you know it takes on a life of its own."
And in case you're wondering, the guy's back on the job market.
GROUNDBREAKING TV MOMENT! Steve Backshall is interrupted by a blue whale live on BBC One for BBC Big Blue Live. During an interview with whale expert Dorris Welch, Steve has to intervene and cut live to a BLUE WHALE!