This Week's Celebrity Famous Quotes & Sayings

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This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Rob Paulsen: Just because there are celebrities in a movie, it doesn't mean anything. I don't think Just because there are celebrities in a movie, it doesn't mean anything. I don't think The Ant Bully did all that well the first week at the box office. Compare the movies that have a lot of celebrities with the Jimmy Neutron movie, which had no celebrity voices and grossed almost one hundred million dollars. — Rob Paulsen
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This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Hugh Laurie: Celebrity is absolutely preposterous. Entertainment seems to be inflating. It used to be the punctuation Celebrity is absolutely preposterous. Entertainment seems to be inflating. It used to be the punctuation to your life, a film or a novel or a play, a way of celebrating a good week or month. Now it feels as if it's all punctuation. — Hugh Laurie
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This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Christine Gregoire: One of the most powerful tools for empowering individuals and communities is making certain that One of the most powerful tools for empowering individuals and communities is making certain that any individual who wants to receive a quality education can do so. — Christine Gregoire
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This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Peter Diamandis: Because it's free, easy to use, and high-quality, photography is now a fixture in our Because it's free, easy to use, and high-quality, photography is now a fixture in our daily lives - something we take for granted. — Peter Diamandis
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This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Lee Siegel: A single week of Oprah takes you from bondage to all the violent terrors of A single week of Oprah takes you from bondage to all the violent terrors of life, to escape through vicarious encounters with celebrity, to visions of charity and hope, to hard resolve, to redemption and moral renovation. — Lee Siegel
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This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Gavin MacLeod: Filming "The Love Boat" was exciting, but sometimes it was hard to keep track of Filming "The Love Boat" was exciting, but sometimes it was hard to keep track of where to show up for work. It all depended on the cut. Some of them were really on the ship. Some were really on the set. Like if they had the stars for a week, that was usually on the set, except if we were on location for that particular show. — Gavin MacLeod
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By John R. Rice: When you get saved, you get saved not because you deserve it, but because you When you get saved, you get saved not because you deserve it, but because you simply let God save you and because you confess your own poor sinful state and your inability to save yourself. — John R. Rice
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Jennifer Egan: The music industry is an interesting lens through which to look at change, because it The music industry is an interesting lens through which to look at change, because it has had such a difficult time adjusting to the digital age. — Jennifer Egan
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Elena Delle Donne: As I grew up, I became aware that there are people with special needs out As I grew up, I became aware that there are people with special needs out there, and I have a real connection with them. — Elena Delle Donne
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Artur Davis: We have a country to turn around. This week you will nominate the most experienced We have a country to turn around. This week you will nominate the most experienced executive to seek the presidency in 60 years in Mitt Romney. He has no illusions about what makes America great, and he doesn't confuse the presidency with celebrity, or loftiness with leadership. — Artur Davis
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Dave Barry: In the kitchen, I turn on a TV set that has hundreds of channels devoted In the kitchen, I turn on a TV set that has hundreds of channels devoted to every conceivable subject including celebrity bunion removal (This week: David Hasselhoff). I tune in to one of the literally dozens of news shows, all of which feature a format of 55 percent celebrities promoting things, 30 percent emails from viewers, and 15 percent YouTube videos showing bears jumping on trampolines. While I'm catching up on these developments, I turn on the programmable coffeemaker, which I hope that someday, perhaps by attending community college, I will learn to program. — Dave Barry
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Philip K. Dick: Amanda Werner and several other beautiful, elegant, conically breasted foreign ladies, from unspecified vaguely defined Amanda Werner and several other beautiful, elegant, conically breasted foreign ladies, from unspecified vaguely defined countries, plus a few bucolic co-called humorists, comprised Buster's perpetual core of repeats. Women like Amanda Werner never made movies, never appeared in plays; they lived out their queer, beautiful lives as guests on Buster's unending show, appearing, Isidore had once calculated, as much as seventy hours a week. — Philip K. Dick
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Andrew Murray: In our modern religion there is a reticence in speaking of our personal relationship to In our modern religion there is a reticence in speaking of our personal relationship to Jesus which often causes great loss. We forget that the majority of men are guided more by emotions than by intellect: the heart is the great power by which they are meant to be influenced and molded. — Andrew Murray
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Magnus loves you. He wouldn't love you if you were the sort of person who Magnus loves you. He wouldn't love you if you were the sort of person who could abandon someone helpless — Cassandra Clare
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Kevin Hearne: Perhaps he'd been using Just for Gods hair cream. Perhaps he'd been using Just for Gods hair cream. — Kevin Hearne
This Week's Celebrity Sayings By Anonymous: In May 2005, the same month that Cruise went on Oprah, the world of celebrity In May 2005, the same month that Cruise went on Oprah, the world of celebrity changed. Perez Hilton and the Huffington Post launched, with TMZ right behind them, and the rise of the gossip sites pressured the print tabloids to joining them in a 24-hour Internet frenzy. Camera phones finally outsold brick phones, turning civilians into paparazzi. YouTube was a week old, and for the first time a video could go viral overnight. — Anonymous