Yes, I Did Say That!

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A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

Oh my God! I didn't even recognize you. How are you? And no hard feelings!"

-- Christina Aguilera: The Voice judge and singer, realizing that one of the show's contestants was her old Mickey Mouse Club castmate Tony Lucca.


"Prop 8 architects: Every civil rights battle is eventually won by the oppressed party. Save your hundred mil and buy some Bud platinum."

-- Seth MacFarlane: The Family Guy creator, tweeting about a federal appeals court declaring California's same-sex marriage ban to be unconstitutional.


"Adele … is a little too fat, but she has a beautiful face and a divine voice."

-- Karl Lagerfeld: The fashion designer, critiquing the popular singer, having previously voiced comments about disliking designing for H&M's size 16s and those who think skinny models are unattractive ("fat mummies"). 


"My home number [and] 'If lost, please call Betty White.' "

-- Joan Rivers: The comedian, recounting daughter Melissa's suggestion for a tattoo on her mom's 78th birthday. Rivers chickened out in the end.


"Wow! Maggie Smith can really sing!"

-- Steve Martin: The comedian, in a tweet comparing Madonna's Super Bowl halftime performance to the 77-year-old actress who plays the elderly dowager countess on the Emmy-winning Downton Abbey.


"George invited us and said, 'I'm not one of these Hollywood flakes who says let's have lunch and you never have lunch. I'm not fooling around.' And he wasn't."

-- Viola Davis: The Oscar nominee, on Clooney's invitation to spend her honeymoon at his villa in Italy. 


"I can point to many scenes where I'm just gone. Dead behind the eyes. … It was a problem."

-- Daniel Radcliffe: The Harry Potter star, on filming scenes in some of those movies while still drunk from a late night of partying.


"If I were NBC, I would pick up Pats/Giants for full season."

-- Seth Meyers: The Saturday Night Live castmember, poking fun at his ratings-challenged network on Twitter.

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