Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's syaing what in entertainment.
That amazing moment when @justinbieber follows all of us."
-- Jordyn Wieber: The 17-year-old American gymnast, marveling that the pop icon followed her Olympic teammates' Twitter feeds and tweeted encouragement.
"There were no laws about this kind of situation. If this had happened today, I would be a very rich woman."
-- Tippi Hedren: The actress, recounting being sexually harassed by Alfred Hitchcock. HBO's upcoming film The Girl delves into the director's obsession with her.
" 'What's the story here because all his friends have girls on the wall of the bedroom, and he has only men oiled up with little briefs on.' "
-- Arnold Schwarzenegger: The actor, recalling a conversation his nervous mother had with a doctor about him as a teenage bodybuilder in Austria.
"They were in love, and she just threw it all away. … She's a trampire!"
-- Will Ferrell: The comic actor, siding with Robert Pattinson in his breakup with Kristen Stewart over her affair with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.
"I just can't be fake. It's discrimination, and it was badly handled."
-- Sharon Osbourne: The Talk co-host, who quit her judging gig on NBC's America's Got Talent, claiming the network cut son Jack from the reality show Stars Earn Stripes after he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
"Yes, go eat at Chick-fil-A. Clearly you need to create more clogs in passageways to your already hardened heart."
-- Lizz Winstead: The comedian, tweeting about the controversy surrounding Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy's attack on same-sex marriage.
"Although the spirit of 1939 Germany now pervades throughout media-brand Britain, the 2013 grotesque inevitability of Lord and Lady Beckham …is, believe me, a fate worse than life."
-- Morrissey: The singer, likening the commercialism of the London Olympics to the fascism of pre-World War II Nazi Germany.
"Did I just offend all of them? I did."
-- Jeff Daniels: The Newsroom actor, after telling critics assembled at TCA that he pays very little attention to what they write.