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Stars' Heavenly Thoughts

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Mandy Moore: I haven’t figured it out yet. Maybe I’ll find out one day. I’m hoping not to go (in) the other direction.

Greg Kinnear: I want it to be full of virtue and goodness. Anybody I’d expect to see there, other than J. Lo? I don’t know …

Jennifer Love Hewitt: I think there would probably be a shoe store there, definitely would be a Fred Segal outlet. My family would be at a big huge booth, probably eating amazing food.

Eve: Heaven is being around the people or person you most love and can be yourself around. Nothing superficial. I have a boyfriend, and he is heaven. Well, he can be heaven at times. (Laughs.) He can be hell, but he can be heaven.

Andy Dick: Heaven for me would be being able to lounge around with beautiful people, eating as many chocolate-covered strawberries as I want without getting fat.

Quentin Tarantino: I just got out of heaven. I was president of the Cannes Film Festival, all right? While I was there, I was in heaven.

Andrew Firestone: An In-N-Out Burger, with a Firestone Double Barrel Ale beer on the side.

Mark Ruffalo
Mark Ruffalo: Laying in bed with my wife and my son in the mornings. When he comes and crawls into our bed at 6 in the morning and we are all cuddling, that’s about as good as it gets.

Carson Daly: Pebble Beach – it’s one of my favorite golf courses.

Juliette Lewis: Being in love. I’m super single now, but that feels good, too.

Jay Leno: Heaven? Knowing I’m in it before I’m cast out of it.

Erika Christensen: A good role in a great location with the best caterers.

Tim McGraw: Being on the farm or in the Bahamas with my wife and my girls.

Molly Shannon: French fries with a side of mayo.

Wanda Sykes: Everybody getting along, and there’s an open bar.

Tony Sirico (The Sopranos): There better be a bunch of dames up there. … Or being on an island alone with Marisa Tomei.

Julianne Moore: A lot of time off with my family.