Wrapup of Entertainment Quotes

October 25, 2007 at 7:06 pm Leave a comment

Irv Gotti“Reconciliation and redemption across the board. Just all of us getting right with God.” Michael Lohan, aka Lindsay’s dad, on his hope for his estranged family.


“It’s blended in there it’s not like you’re gonna walk around smelling like marshmallows.” Mariah Carey, on the unusual scent (toasted marshmallows) that was added to her new fragrance, “M.”


“I’m not a great people person. I’m not good at initiating conversations or carrying conversations or anything like that. But I think now at least I can kind of turn it on when I get on stage.” Carrie Underwood.


“You have to forgive me, I drank too much of Rome’s red wine last night.” Sean Penn, wearing sunglasses at a news conference for the new film he directed, “Into the Wild,” which was recently screened at the Rome Film Festival.


“Although authorities have not revealed her identity to us, we know these allegations are false because David Copperfield has never forced himself on anyone.” David Copperfield’s lawyer, David Chesnoff, rebutting allegations made by an unidentified woman against the magician.


“Me and her have developed such a cool friendship. She is like my man. She is like Ja (Rule). She is like my brother. That’s my man and I would never hurt my man knowing I’m going to hurt him.” Irv Gotti, head of The Inc. record label, on his complicated relationship with his estranged wife Deb.


“It was then that I knew that the TV news business had changed and so had I. I called NBC News and told them I’m not coming back.” Maria Shriver, on how media coverage of the late Anna Nicole Smith triggered her decision to abandon her TV news career.


“I want to just quote her exactly. … The first words out of her mouth when she saw us all leaning over her were, ‘Oh, crap.'” Tom Bergeron, host of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” on Marie Osmond’s on-air fainting spell.

Source: www.cinema-pedia.com


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