21 November 2012 8:06 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Just because Elmo may have temporarily lost his voice doesn't mean he's going anywhere. That's the word from Hasbro, the toy company that makes all sorts of playthings based on the Sesame Street character. While Hasbro undoubtedly isn't tickled by the controversy surrounding Kevin Clash—the puppeteer behind the squeaky-voiced furry guy who abruptly resigned from Sesame Workshop after being accused of an inappropriate relationship with a minor—the company subsequently issued a statement saying it had no plans to discontinue its line of Elmo toys. "Sesame Street and its wonderful characters have been entertaining and educating children and families for more than 40 years," a »

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