Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
My first tweet. Maybe I needed a glass of wine beforehand. I feel … so shy."
-- Alec Baldwin
The 30 Rock actor, on joining the social networking site.
"My favorite story of all time: middle-aged man in a convertible, staring at me deadpan. I'm at an ATM. He goes, 'Toodle-loo, motherf--ker!' It happens all the time."
-- Ken Jeong
On fans addressing him as Mr. Chow, his Hangover character.
"Clearly he's a very vocal person, and I can respect that, but other than that, I can't say there's anything that's made me want to go have a drink with the guy. ... all I can do is accept it and move on."
-- Lee DeWyze
Last year's American Idol winner after Nigel Lythgoe blamed DeWyze's absence from the season 10 finale (for which he was not asked to perform) on DeWyze being too "shy" to present victor Scotty McCreery a trophy.
"Bad Robot is its own self-contained Death Star. Whenever I'm in that building, I have the sense that there are at least 30 different projects being worked on at that moment, and J.J. will only let you know about two of them because secrecy is part of the fun."
-- Damon Lindelof
The Lost producer on J.J. Abrams' production company.
"I called and said, 'Why is everyone saying I have no money? … I have five No. 1 singles' -- and they said, 'Well, you're
$3 million in debt.' "
-- Lady Gaga
The Born This Way artist on going bankrupt during her first tour.
"Staying in pj's all day. Getting hair braided for summer vaca. Reading all ur emails. Watched Gayle K. Show with Stedman."
-- Oprah Winfrey
Tweeting May 26, the day after the end of her talk show's 25-year run.
"Got to say, feel very, very sorry for Cheryl Cole. This can be a brutal business sometimes. But she'll be back."
-- Piers Morgan
Tweeting about reports that Cole was fired from the U.S. version of The X Factor, to be replaced by Nicole Scherzinger.
"Oh, I acted outraged … but I couldn't have been prouder of him. Can you imagine? If more directors would beat up their producers, we'd have a lot more artistic freedom."
-- Martin Sheen
On Terrence Malick getting in a fight with Lou Stroller on the set of Badlands after the producer insulted Malick's wife.
"I don't think there is anyone in 18-49 who watches 60 Minutes."
-- Leslie Moonves
The CBS president and CEO, citing the popular news show as an example of the network's belief that drawing young viewers doesn't equal success.
"Will I be acting when I'm 80? Definitely not."
-- Brad Pitt
The 47-year-old Tree of Life actor, on growing older in the business.