Yes, I Did Say That!

I do know what it is like to be misunderstood on a global scale."
-- Madonna
The filmmaker-singer, comparing herself to Wallis Simpson, the title character in her new film W.E., as some booed her at the London premiere for not spending more time with fans.

"I have to tell you, The Real Housewives was my parting gift to her. It was my way of saying: 'Look, you always wanted to be famous. Here you go.' "
-- Kelsey Grammer
The Boss star, on his divorce from wife Camille, who later starred on reality show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

"I think 'summit' hve swept '3 Musketeers', a grt family adventure film, under the rug in the US. Shame on them. SHAME ON YOU 'SUMMIT.' "
-- Milla Jovovich
The actress, disapproving of the way Summit Entertainment marketed her new film, The Three Musketeers, directed by husband Paul W.S. Anderson.

"I mean, would you have asked this same question if it were Diablo Cody and Kathryn Bigelow at dinner with Mr. Lautner?"
-- Dustin Lance Black
The J. Edgar screenwriter, expressing displeasure about a GQ interviewer asking Taylor Lautner if Black or Gus Van Sant, both gay men, hit on the straight Lautner at dinner.

"He believed that his vegan diet, and the way he lived, made it so he didn't have to use deodorant or shower that often. It was an incorrect theory, as people kept pointing out to him at Atari."
-- Walter Isaacson
The Steve Jobs biographer, recalling that his subject had suchpoor hygiene that Atari made him work the night shift.

"Rally tomorrow of the 1% at the Polo Lounge."
-- Albert Brooks
The actor-comedian, proposing via Twitter an upscale alternative to the Occupy Wall Street protests.

"I kept a pint of Remy in my desk at work. The drinking calmed my nerves and quieted the disturbing images that sprang into my head. … When drinking didn't work, I cut myself."
-- Darrell Hammond
The longtime Saturday Night Live castmember, on his addictions while working on the show from 1995 to 2009.

"Operations were run in an attempt to silence Parker and Stone."
-- Marty Rathbun
The former Scientologist, alleging that a church memodescribed snooping in garbage and digging into financial records of South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone after their show spoofed the religion.

"Dear Fox News, don't play our music on your evil f--ing channel ever again. Thank you."
-- Adam Levine
The Maroon 5 singer, tweeting his request to the news channel.

"One day I opened up a door, and he was supposed to be there fully clothed, and he wasn't. That was awesome."
-- Lea Michele
The Glee star, on how Ashton Kutcher flashed her as a prank during the filming of New Year's Eve.

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