Archive for 2020

What Is It with These Peo­ple?

R. Kel­ly: My great­est com­pe­ti­tion is, well, me. I’m the Ali of to­day. I’m the Mar­vin Gaye of to­day. I’m the Bob Mar­ley of to­day. I’m the Mar­tin Luther King, or all the oth­er greats that have come be­fore us, and a lot of peo­ple are start­ing to re­al­ize that now.


How Hum­ble Of You

Jes­si­ca Al­ba: I al­ways felt like I was born in­to the wrong fam­i­ly. I did­n’t feel I be­longed, and I felt that I should have been roy­al, and no­body knew that ex­cept me.


We Beg to Dif­fer

Jor­dan, British mod­el: I’m even think­ing of hav­ing my vagi­na tight­ened. Af­ter hav­ing three kids, I’d re­al­ly no­tice the dif­fer­ence. By the time I’m fin­ished, I’ll be like a nun!

Over­heard by: i do kegels

Kei­th Richards Is My An­ti-Drug

Kei­th Richards: The strangest thing I’ve tried to snort? My fa­ther. I snort­ed my fa­ther. He was cre­mat­ed and I could­n’t re­sist grind­ing him up with a lit­tle bit of blow. My dad would­n’t have cared.


Over­heard by: ta­tiana

It Did.

Be­y­on­cé Knowles: I’d done a cou­ple of sit­coms ear­li­er on, but I was­n’t very good in them, so I thought that meant I could­n’t act.

Over­heard by: Ta­mi

Rid­ing Wood As a Child Will Do That to a Fel­low

He­le­na Bon­ham Carter: Daniel [Rad­cliffe] has such balls, he re­al­ly does. In every way. Good on him. I can’t think of some­thing to make one more vul­ner­a­ble than be­ing 17, a male, hav­ing to strip off and do such a hard piece… Psy­cho­log­i­cal­ly.

– Mu­sic

Way to Clear That Up

Dan Quayle: It is­n’t pol­lu­tion that is hurt­ing the en­vi­ron­ment, it’s the im­pu­ri­ties in our air and wa­ter that are do­ing it.