Hi! Any text you see after a "Link=" is a link, which the image in the gallery will go to when clicked. Change that to add editorial comments and you break the link (and nobody will see it except when they edit; it's code, not visible text).
Feel free to work the note into the article, *or* in the text part of the caption (for song image galleries, that's the part with the song title in Wiki-link format). You'd probably want to put a note on a second line using <br> mark-up.
Jane Henson used Kermina in 2010, when donating Sam and Friends-era puppets to the Smithsonian. From CBS News, "Their first hit was 'I've Grown Accustomed to Your Face,' by Rosemary Clooney. Donning a wig, Kermit took the lead as 'Kermina,' Jane Henson said."
The Smithsonian Magazine took it slightly further: "The early Kermit would also occasionally don a wig to assume a feminine alter ego, Kermina, who you can see in this YouTube video lip synching to 'That Old Black Magic' alongside Sam." No mention of Jane Henson saying it there, but it seems to be the same source (the CBS News article implies they were remarks at the time of the presentation, but I couldn't find direct quotes or video). Never actually used in a skit as far as we know, so it could have been a private term the Hensons used, or Jane Henson could have been joking, or who knows. Definitely too little info to say he's been called Kermina by anybody except Jane Henson and an online Smithsonian article.
Hi, we've noticed that several of your recent corrected "typos" are in fact the intended words. If you need to, try looking up the word you think is a mistake in a dictionary. If it makes sense in context, then it was probably the intended word.
If you're confused or in doubt, feel free to check the history to find the original editor and ask them what they meant. If it's a common word that's missing a letter or obviously not a word at all, then it's probably a typo. Thanks!
Hi, in case you were wondering why your addition of a birthdate to the David Bowie article was removed by one of our admins, it's because we only cover the year for people unless they are directly Muppet or Henson people.
It's a longstanding rule that I just realized wasn't in our Guidelines yet, so I just added it.