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Is it only 25 percent? Because it actually feels much worse.”
— Matt Lauer: The Today host, acknowledging that his popularity has taken a beating, as indicated by a 25 percent plunge in his Q Score since the departure of co-host Ann Curry.
“I’m not retiring. I wouldn’t know what to do.”
— Ron Meyer: The president and COO of Universal Studios, when asked point blank if he plans to retire soon.
“Y’all better vote for f–ing Obama. … We have a black Muslim in the White House. Now that’s some amazing shit.”
— Madonna: The pop star, talking politics during her Sept. 24 concert in Washington, D.C., on her MDNA Tour.
“Someday we’ll go take some LSD, and we’ll talk about it.”
— Tim Burton: The Frankenweenie director, on the final scene of his 2001 Planet of the Apes remake, which has been criticized for being confusing about its time-travel logic.
“Let’s see… Lady Gaga has gained a ton of weight and no one can find the meat dress. You do the math.”
— Joan Rivers: The comedian, tweeting about Lady Gaga’s 25-pound weight gain, visible during her current Born This Way Ball Tour.
“Watching Romney on 60 minutes last night….the closer to the elections we get the more Tan he is…. a coupla weeks he’ll be part of the 47%!”
— D.L. Hughley: The comedian, tweeting about the rumor that Mitt Romney got a spray tan to endear himself to Univision viewers four days before appearing, similarly orange, on 60 Minutes on Sept. 23.
“I got a bangin’ new shower cap at the HBO party. Swag, mofos!”
— Martha Plimpton: The Raising Hope actress, tweeting about the gift-bag goodies at the celebrated Emmy afterparty.
“What the f–! I’m not f–ing Justin Bieber, you motherf–ers. You’ve gotta be f–ing joking.”
— Billie Joe Armstrong: The Green Day frontman, yelling to the crowd after organizers of iHeartRadio festival flashed a “one minute left” signal. Armstrong checked into rehab the next day.
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