Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
I have a raging case of Linsanity. …Fans have not come down with a basketball-borne disease this intense since ... Kareem Abdul-Jabbotulism."
-- Stephen Colbert
The Comedy Central host, on Jeremy Lin, the New York Knicks sensation.
"Why don't the people at your little ranch … use all the CGI to make you go away. … You're wrecking good movies."
-- Glenn Beck
The conservative radio host, criticizing George Lucas for adding 3D to Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace.
"Men are terrified of me now."
-- Michelle Dockery
The Downton Abbey star, confessing that the scene on the show where her Turkish lover, Pamuk, dies in flagrante has scared away real-life suitors.
"You're like the white Kanye West."
-- Jimmy Kimmel
The late-night TV host, to Cougar Town actress Courteney Cox, after learning she tweeted 1,211 times in her first two weeks on the microblogging service.
"Every 1 who can please turn to OWN especially if u have a Nielsen box."
-- Oprah Winfrey
The talk show host, violating Nielsen rules in a tweet urging metered viewers to watch her network. She later deleted the tweet and apologized.
"I once drove 200 miles through a hurricane evacuation zone to get laid, but I don't think I'd see 'The Vow.' "
-- Danny Zuker
The Modern Family producer, tweeting about his lack of interest in seeing the romantic film that grossed $41 million during its opening weekend.
"Pine did not even have the courtesy of picking up the telephone to tell SDB that he was ending their relationship of nine years."
-- Bryan Freedman
A lawyer for Chris Pine's former talent agency SDB Partners, in a lawsuit filed Feb. 14, demanding commissions for Pine's $1.5 million Star Trek 2 fee and $5 million fee for This Means War, among other films.
"I don't want to be some skinny minny with my tits out."
The singer, on how she hasn't tried to change her look to fit stereotypical expectations for a female pop star.