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Matthew Works His Abs | Main | When Bad Clothes Happen to Good People


October 28, 2005

Celebrity Quotes


"Get the best people and don't trust them."
--Donald Trump, in a real-estate seminar for the Learning Annex. The mogul earned $1.5 million for the hour-long speech.

"People assume a brown-haired woman is more serious. The intelligent blonde is unexpected."
Harvard grad and natural brunette Mira Sorvino, to Time, on why she dyes her hair so fair.

"I think part of my destiny has to be realizing that I'm not the poster boy for drug abuse."
Robert Downey Jr.

"I never wanted to be a salesman."
Walk the Line's Joaquin Phoenix, to Entertainment Weekly, on promoting his films

"It's always frightening when that kind of talk happens this early. People get crazy. Madness ensues."
Charlize Theron, to Entertainment Weekly, on the Oscar buzz for her new film North Country.

"Jessica Simpson says she wants to star opposite Brad Pitt in the big-screen adaptation of Dallas. According to reports, Simpson has asked to play the part of Debbie."
David Spade, on The Showbiz Show


Posted by Lawren at October 28, 2005 08:41 AM | Trackbacks (0)

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I actually caught that David Spade line just flipping channels. Really good stuff. I am not the biggest David Spade fan, but that show's format is perfect for his style.

Any idea what the hell Robert Downey Jr. meant?

Says: ren at October 28, 2005 09:08 AM

I'm thinking that Mr. Downey has decided that he doesn't HAVE TO BE the poster boy for drug abuse but I'm guessing that the rest of us still kind of picture that when we hear his name.

Says: Nanc' at October 28, 2005 01:57 PM

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