Yes, I Did Say That!
Once women passed childbearing age, they could only be seen as grotesque on some level."
-- Meryl Streep
The actress, on being offered three different roles to play a witch the year after she turned 40.
"Alec Baldwin is an American treasure. … What harm would it do to let him keep playing his game? Not just any game, mind you, but a word game for smart people."
-- Alec Baldwin
The 30 Rock star, on Saturday Night Live impersonating the American Airlines pilot who had him removed from a flight for refusing to stop playing Words With Friends.
"310-XXX-7277 Call me bro. C"
-- Charlie Sheen
The actor, accidently tweeting his private phone number to his 5.5 million followers while intending to send a direct message to Justin Bieber.
"I don't anticipate having the exact same type of relationship with Bonnie as I did with my last boss, Ted, but I am open to new experiences."
-- Chelsea Handler
The E! star, at THR's Women in Entertainment breakfast, talking about her new boss, NBCU chairwoman Bonnie Hammer, while referencing former E! president (and then beau) Ted Harbert.
"I had a different opinion about this substance than most people had."
-- Nick Nolte
The actor, defending his use of liquid ecstasy, which was found in his system during his infamous 2002 DUI arrest.
"My mom: 'From your Twitter goings-on, looks like you have been super busy.' Someone just found a superb tracking device/instrument of guilt."
-- Ana Gasteyer
The actress, tweeting her view of some of the unintended problems with the popular microblogging service.
"We all had … code names for security. … I was Zorro. It could have been worse. I could have been Puss."
-- Antonio Banderas
The actor, describing some of the preparations that went into hosting President Obama at his house for a fundraiser.
"I'll take the Fifth Amendment."
-- Bob Schieffer
The Face the Nation host on whether replacing him with Katie Couric as host of CBS Evening News was a mistake.
"This can't happen in America ... fix this immediately."
-- Russell Simmons
The music impresario, criticizing the decision by retailer Lowe's to pull its ads from TLC's All-American Muslim show over protests about the show's positive portrayal of Muslims.
"By the time you have kids … nobody will probably care about you; let's be honest."
-- Kris Humphries
The NBA player, to wife Kim Kardashian on their show Kourtney and Kim Take New York after she said she wanted to focus on her career instead of having kids.
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