They Said What? for January 31, 2006

They Said What? for January 31, 2006
Alicia Keys
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01/31/2006 AT 06:00 AM EST

• "I want to have the time to be honest with myself, and then, after that, I'll be ready to start a family. When I'm 35."
Alicia Keys, 26, on her future plans, to Jane

• "You know things are bad when even the fictional Democrats aren't doing well."
Jay Leno, on the cancellation of The West Wing

• "It feels more like camp."
Friends with Money star Jennifer Aniston, on shooting an indie film versus a big-budget movie, at the Sundance Film Festival

• "So here we are, fat cats in the snow – and I say that as one."
Bono, unveiling a new initiative to fight AIDS in Africa at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

• "It is difficult for me to talk to you, because I really feel duped."
Oprah Winfrey, to disgraced A Million Little Pieces author James Frey, on her talk show

• "This is the saddest collection of climbing, grasping, paranoid, backstabbing, scene-grabbing losers and schmoozers that you ever saw on your stage in your life. ... But we love each other very much."
Terry O'Quinn, a.k.a. John Locke, on his Lost castmates, upon winning the SAG award for best ensemble in a drama

They Said What? for January 31, 2006| Pink


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• "I thought I had nothing to say – then they had to shut me up."
Pink, on having 40 songs to choose from for her upcoming album, to Rolling Stone

• "I think she would be a very interesting patient. I'd recommend she come three times a week."
Marcia Cross, who has a master's degree in psychology, on her repressed Desperate Housewives character, Bree Van De Kamp, to the Associated Press

• "There are times where I have leeway to spazz out because I'm a successful artist, but I really am trying my best not to be a jerk."
Kanye West, on self-improvement, to Entertainment Weekly

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