Happy 60th anniversary, Charlie Brown
The world's most beloved beagle - Snoopy - and all of his Peanuts pals are celebrating their 60th anniversary. In honor of the yearlong celebration, Peanuts is launching its first-ever official look-a-like contest, which will benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Now proud parents and friends everywhere can submit photos of their favorite kids who resemble everyone from balding Charlie Brown to loudmouthed Lucy at peanutsphotocontest.com through November 3. Celebrity judges - including Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood and Supernanny Jo Frost - will pick a grand prize winner who will receive a trip for four to Cedar Point amusement park, which is the home of Planet Snoopy.
But stars are also getting in on the action. The contest web site also features a gallery of celebrity look-alikes. Emmy-winner Tina Fey could pass for Peppermint Patty's loyal sidekick, Marcie, while Kristin Chenoweth easily slips into Sally's shoes - she even won a Tony for her portrayal of Sally in Broadway's production of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." You'll have to go to the site to scope out which celebs are Snoopy and Charlie Brown, but In Touch can let you in on a little secret. Seth Green is thrilled to be Snoopy's suave alter ego, Joe Cool. "I'm taking it in the metaphoric sense, inferring they think I'm cool, not that I have a huge nose and floppy ears," he tells In Touch. "Though it might just be the sunglasses. Either way, being compared to Snoopy can't be a bad thing."