– Jennifer Aniston, on ex-husband Brad Pitt, to Vanity Fair
"I'm the disciplinarian, Guy's the spoiler. He's the fun guy. I'm doctor's appointments, lessons, homework. .... He's good cop, I'm bad cop."
– Madonna, on her parenting style, to Ladies' Home Journal
"No, 'cause I'm definitely ditzy, and people believe that about me. But, I mean, I'm not dumb."
– Jessica Simpson, when asked if there were any misconceptions about her that she'd like to refute, to GQ
"We had to simplify it. Diddy is more personal. We are entering into the age of Diddy. It's a new era."
– Sean "Diddy" Combs, on why he changed his moniker from P. Diddy, to Access Hollywood
"In the future, I will refrain from discussing my private life in interviews. It will be expressed solely through art."
– Britney Spears, after an article in Allure magazine quoted her as saying, "Being married sucks"
"I think I've got too many skeletons in my closet for politics."
– Angelina Jolie, when asked if she would ever seek public office
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– Tom Cruise, blasting psychiatry – and Brooke Shields, who used antidepressants to combat postpartum depression – on the Today show
"I'm going to take a wild guess and say that Mr. Cruise has never suffered postpartum depression."
– Brooke Shields, in a New York Times op-ed piece
"He wants to do a 'We Are the World'-type thing ... and he's also volunteering his giraffes to help people off rooftops."
– Jimmy Kimmel, on Michael Jackson's desire to contribute to the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts
"I knew she could do comedy. I just didn't know she could stand up."
– Pamela Anderson, on Courtney Love, who spoke at Anderson's Comedy Central roast