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For decades, you have been an invaluable partner in co-creating the existence of The Muppets, and I am humbled by your devotion to them.There is so much more for us to talk about so I have created this site as a place to connect and share on all things Muppet, past, present and future.Disney declined to go into detail about why Whitmire had been let go, but would just say it involved 'issues that went on for many years'.Whitmire who worked with The Muppets from the age of 19 until his shock sacking, said it had been his 'life's work.'According to his version of events, Whitmire was fired because he was trying to maintain the authenticity of his character.He said he had often been 'outspoken' about the direction the puppet production should take in future, he said during an interview with the Hollywood Reporter.'The first issue was that they felt I had been "disrespectful" in being outspoken on character issues with the small group of top creative people during the ABC series,' Whitmire told the outlet.'I have been outspoken about what's best for The Muppets since The Muppets came to Disney (in 2004), but the fact is I have respect for everyone who was involved in the creation of that series for their own particular contributions.'At the same time, I also have insight into their limitations with respect to how well they know The Muppets.'The 57-year-old added he took particular issue with an episode of The Muppets reboot in which Kermit lied about his breakup with Miss Piggy while speaking to his nephew, Robin.'I don't think Kermit would lie to him,' Whitmire told the Reporter.'I think that is Robin came to Kermit he would say "things happen, people go their separate ways, but that doesn't mean we don't care about you."'Kermit is too compassionate to lie to him to spare his feelings.' He continued: 'We have been doing these characters for a long, long time and we know them better than anybody.'They are a calling, an urgent, undeniable, impossible to resist way of life.This is my life's work since I was 19 years old.' In the post he was still hopeful however that he can return to the role and said he: 'remains willing to do whatever is required to remedy their concerns because I feel my continued involvement with the characters is in the best interest of The Muppets.'Doing what is best for The Muppets is the lens through which all my interactions have been filtered.'Whitmire is the second person to play Kermit after Muppets creator Jim Henson created the lovable green frog in 1955.
Of the men questioned, the average figure for the most they had spent on a date was 4, while the same figure for women was less than half at .A Disney spokesperson told the Hollywood Reporter the company is especially careful in handling a character as iconic as Kermit, and Whitmire's refusal to change his tact forced them to make the tough decision.'We raised concerns about Steve's repeated unacceptable business conduct over a period of many years and he consistently failed to address the feedback,' the statement read.'The decision to part ways was a difficult one which was made in consultation with the Henson family and has their full support.' Whitmire still seemed angry over his dismissal, wrapping up his interview by telling the Reporter: 'I am still trying to make sense of how those two issues were egregious enough to justify ending a 39-year career without at least giving me an ultimatum at the time the issue occurred when I would have had a chance to correct my course.'The hardest part is that I genuinely like both of the executives who chose this action and that makes this all the more disappointing.'My sadness is over knowing how important it is for the success of The Muppets to have the characters remain consistent and seeing the value of that ignored.'It comes after the 57-year-old said last week he was still hoping there was a chance he could have returned to the role he helped make famous.