They Said What? for November 22, 2005

They Said What? for November 22, 2005
Charlize Theron and Stuart Townsend
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11/22/2005 AT 06:00 AM EST

• "We're never ever getting married. Not ever. Just to piss them all off!"
Stuart Townsend, on how he and girlfriend Charlize Theron are responding to media speculation about when they'll wed

• "I've been walking like a Barbie doll since I was 4."
Mariah Carey, on why she always wears high-heeled shoes, to Ellen DeGeneres

• "I just want to tell them all to have babies and be happy and not get sucked into the Hollywood thing."
Gwyneth Paltrow, on what advice she'd like to give young actresses, to InStyle

• "I had literally starved myself for four months – not a morsel of food – to get into that pair of size-10 Calvin Klein jeans. Two hours after that show, I started eating to celebrate. Of course, within two days, those jeans no longer fit."
Oprah Winfrey, recalling her celebrated 67-lb. weight loss in 1988, as part of her 20th anniversary show.

They Said What? for November 22, 2005| George Clooney

George Clooney

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• "McConaughey ran such a good campaign. Matt (Damon) and I were hurt ... but I think we're going to be all right."
– Onetime PEOPLE Sexiest Man Alive George Clooney, on newly crowned SMA Matthew McConaughey

• "You're constantly saying, 'Yeah, we did come in fourth overall, but we're No. 1 with unicorns.' "
Arrested Development star Will Arnett, lamenting the low ratings for his critically acclaimed (and cancelled) show, to Entertainment Weekly

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• "When you've been in a relationship with someone, and you move on, you wish them happiness. You hope they find everything they are looking for."
Nicole Kidman, on ex-husband Tom Cruise's relationship with Katie Holmes, to USA Today

• "I think Jason Lewis is a creep."
Sex and the City actor Jason Lewis, on a man of the same name who pretended to be the star in order to get close to Lindsay Lohan

• "I just kind of try to look at the pros: Thanksgiving weekend; ages 5 to 80 can see this film; I'm taking my shirt off in the film."
Usher, on whether he thinks his movie In the Mix will have a strong opening weekend

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