I couldn’t stand that my husband was being unfaithful. I am Raquel Welch – understand?
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We all have a childhood dream that when there is love, everything goes like silk, but the reality is that marriage requires a lot of compromise.
I’ve got to the point now where I can poke some fun at my old image and really enjoy letting go when a juicy role comes along.
My father was a perfectionist. We had to hop to everything and have marvelous table manners. I could only wear navy blue and gray and white. He wanted me to be interested in tennis and horses just like a little princess, but I couldn’t stand such things.
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My love for the band is still there. It hasn’t changed, maybe that’s why it’s so painful these days.
Somewhere around the fifth or seventh grade I figured out that I could ingratiate myself to people by making them laugh. Essentially, I was just trying to make them like me. But after a while it became part of my identity.
I have two daughters, and we live here in Manhattan, and having gone through the Manhattan kindergarten application process, nothing will ever rival the stress of that.
Yes, we are celebrities, but yes, we’re also innovators, we’re also inventors, we’re also thoughtful.
We need to stop talking about whether women are funny. And we need to acknowledge that black people are funnier than white people. Let’s discuss that.
I have Faith Popcorn on retainer. I’m sorry-what I meant to say is that I have popcorn stuck in my retainer.
[on Darren Aronofsky] I guess the first impression was that I’d been a big admirer of his work, and then I met someone who you’d never have put with that work. There was something very refreshing about that. I thought I was going to meet someone who was very intense and weird.
Fame is like a river, that beareth up things light and swollen, and drowns things weighty and solid.
[on Anthony Weiner] I remember him now… the man whose name is so perfect for the scandal he was caught up in that it rekindled my faith in God.
It may become Bob as time goes on. My dad was a Bob and his father was a Bob. That seems to be the sort of cheery thing that you do to octogenarians, but not yet, no.