– Lindsay Lohan, on why she and her ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama broke up, to London's Sunday Telegraph
"Matt, Matt, Matt, you don't even – you're glib, you don't even know what Ritalin is."
– Tom Cruise, to Matt Lauer on NBC's Today, during a heated debate about psychiatry, which Cruise is adamantly against
"I thought I was being smug, not glib."
– Matt Lauer
"I think Hollywood should take a crack at being original for a change."
– Shirley MacLaine, at the premiere of her new movie, Bewitched, based on the 1960s TV show
"My family and I have just gone through the least humorous chapter of our lives. I'm going to leave the jokes to the late-night (comics), if that's okay."
– Janet Jackson, accepting an award from the Human Rights Campaign. Her brother Michael was acquitted on child molestation charges in June.
"My heart will always look up into the sky and feel optimistic about what's out there."
– War of the Worlds director Steven Spielberg, on the possibility of intelligent life in the universe, to USA Today
"I was definitely lonely 10 and 15 years ago. There are whole chunks of my life where I was so lonely and periods where I felt I didn't have a friend in the world and wondered if it was ever going to be possible for me to have a relationship that was going to last."
– Madonna, who has been married to director Guy Ritchie for five years, to Grazia magazine
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– Jessica Simpson, when asked by GQ if there were any misconceptions about her that she'd like to refute
"Even today I don't feel like I've made it."
– California governor, movie star and former Mr. Universe Arnold Schwarzenegger, when asked about achieving the American Dream
"I'll (see) some movies, check any zit I might have gotten on my face, do laundry and go for a walk without makeup."
– Grammy winner Alicia Keys, on what she likes to do on her days off, to the New York Post