Yes, I Did Say That!

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Well, I'm not crazy anymore. … I'm a different person than I was yesterday."
-- Charlie Sheen
The actor, explaining why he expects his new FX comedy Anger Management  to function more smoothly than Two and a Half Men.

"I always think I came this close to becoming a porn star."
-- Michelle Williams
The actress, on how her career might have been different if she had taken an agent's advice to change her name to Michelle Montana.

"I might even really be drunk."
-- Ricky Gervais
The Golden Globes host, on how he could change his approach to emceeing the Jan. 15 ceremony.

"Back in the day, we may have transported a little illegal marijuana here or there."
-- Mark Wahlberg
The actor, on whether he has done any smuggling like his character does in the new movie Contraband.

"Last time the miscarriage was so tragic/We was afraid you'd disappear/ But nah baby you magic."
-- Jay-Z
The rapper, rhyming about Blue Ivy -- his daughter with wife Beyonce -- the day after her Jan. 7 birth.

"If we wanted this event to be a secret, we probably wouldn't have invited the press corps to cover it, release photos of it to Flickr or post a video from it on the White House website."
-- Eric Schultz
The White House press secretary, responding to reports about a secret 2009 Alice in Wonderland-themed party hosted by Johnny Depp in Jodi Kantor's book The Obamas.

"Like all good Hollywood movies, the kids have to win."
-- MT Carney
On her decision to exit as Disney's president of worldwide marketing to spend more time with her family.

"I want to report a rape. I feel as if my body -- or, at least my body of work -- has been violated by the movie The Artist."
-- Kim Novak
The actress, complaining that the Oscar contender ripped off the score from the classic 1958 Alfred Hitchcock movie Vertigo, in which she starred with Jimmy Stewart.

"Stand in the buffet line and grumble, 'I think Downton Abbey sucks.' #TCApranks."
-- Damon Lindelof
The former Lost producer, tweeting about his plans during the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena.

"That's just not true. OK, maybe a little true."
-- Joe Scarborough
The MSNBC host, on rumors that CBS News approached him about switching networks.

"When Harvey calls me, it's usually because he's making a Holocaust film -- because I know how to make a Holocaust film sexy."
-- Diane von Furstenberg
The designer, on being asked by the Weinstein Co. chief to help dress The Artist's Berenice Bejo for awards season.

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