Wednesday, October 11, 2006

This Week's Celebrity Quotes
• "It's an overrated virtue, because, let's face it, we're f–ing animals."– Sienna Miller, on monogamy, to Rolling Stone

• "All the c– that happened to me came out of a mistake and a situation and a decision that was regrettable, and people say, 'Oh, you're not so golden now.' Well, I never said I was f–ing golden anyway."– Jude Law, on his tarnished image after his affair with his nanny, to British GQ

• "I want to spend every single night for three months going out with a different famous actress. You know, Halle Berry one night, Salma Hayek the next, and then walk on the beach holding hands with Leonardo DiCaprio."– George Clooney, on his plan to confuse the paparazzi, to Vanity Fair

• "The Anglo-Franco dynamic has been negative for the past 400 years or more, so for them, seeing an English (character) go face first into the mud is something to be cherished."– Russell Crowe, on how he endeared himself to the French crew on the set of his film, A Good Year, to Premiere
• "When something is so, so sick, it's risiculous. It's sick and ridiculous. Risiculous. See, I have my own dictionary."– Fergie, on her skill for making up words, to Rolling Stone

• "I just want to see Oprah debate (Secretary of State) Condoleezza (Rice). That would be like ... I think that's a pay-per-view."– Robin Williams, to ABC news
Nicole Richie Photo by: Fitzroy Barrett / Landov

• "The truth is, we were never really together. We hung out, and he's a nice guy, but my heart was never in it. Anything further is just a cry for publicity."– Nicole Richie, about her "breakup" with Brody Jenner, on her MySpace page

• "I used to smoke a lot of weed. I don't anymore, but I forgot about like nine years of my life."– Kelis, to AOL Music

• "I don't like hiding, so I figured I would come out and tell people what's up. Either it's broken, or I could have something growing inside my arm."– Travis Barker, on how he fractured his arm, to MTV

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