Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
That would have been the place to go. I wish they had told me."
-- Emma Watson: The Perks of Being a Wallflower actress, joking to Anderson Cooper that she would have joined Prince Harry on his controversial vacation in Las Vegas if he had invited her.
"Imitation is the highest form of flattery. And one day, very soon, we're gonna be onstage together. Just wait."
-- Madonna: The pop icon, dedicating a song to Lady Gaga during a concert in Atlantic City and continuing to stoke the controversy over how much Gaga has borrowed from her work and look and vice versa.
"Seriously … that show is disgusting and I hope it gets canceled."
-- Greg Garcia: The Raising Hope creator on TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo while introducing the children's programming category at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
"Little Mike Darnell ... the only executive with a full-length photo in his passport."
-- Nigel Lythgoe: The producer, presenting a Creative Arts Emmy to his So You Think You Can Dance co-producer.
"So let me get this straight 'The master's got no slaves and django's got no master.' "
--Chris Rock: The comedian, tweeting about his confusion regarding the plot of The Master compared to Quentin Tarantino's upcoming Django Unchained.
"It is inconceivable (to the entire world) that Mr. Cruise would have difficulty getting a girlfriend."
--Jeffrey K. Riffer: The lawyer representing Scientology, in an eight-page letter to Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter attacking the magazine's article about Tom Cruise recruiting girlfriends through the religion.
"Lindsay Lohan bagging on Amanda Bynes is like me bagging on the X-Files ending."
--Damon Lindelof: The Lost creator, tweeting about how the one DUI-charged actress criticizing another DUI-charged actress is like the proverbial pot calling the kettle black.
"They dubbed 'Master George' to say 'Muhammad.' "
Cindy Lee Garcia: The actress, on how her contribution was manipulated in the anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims, which provoked deadly riots from Jakarta to Tunis and led to the death of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens.