People Staff
January 31, 2006 06:00 AM

• “I want to have the time to be honest with myself, and then, after that, I’ll be ready to start a family. When I’m 35.”
Alicia Keys, 26, on her future plans, to Jane

• “You know things are bad when even the fictional Democrats aren’t doing well.”
Jay Leno, on the cancellation of The West Wing

• “It feels more like camp.”
Friends with Money star Jennifer Aniston, on shooting an indie film versus a big-budget movie, at the Sundance Film Festival

• “So here we are, fat cats in the snow – and I say that as one.”
Bono, unveiling a new initiative to fight AIDS in Africa at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

• “It is difficult for me to talk to you, because I really feel duped.”
Oprah Winfrey, to disgraced A Million Little Pieces author James Frey, on her talk show

• “This is the saddest collection of climbing, grasping, paranoid, backstabbing, scene-grabbing losers and schmoozers that you ever saw on your stage in your life. … But we love each other very much.”
Terry O’Quinn, a.k.a. John Locke, on his Lost castmates, upon winning the SAG award for best ensemble in a drama


• “I thought I had nothing to say – then they had to shut me up.”
Pink, on having 40 songs to choose from for her upcoming album, to Rolling Stone

• “I think she would be a very interesting patient. I’d recommend she come three times a week.”
Marcia Cross, who has a master’s degree in psychology, on her repressed Desperate Housewives character, Bree Van De Kamp, to the Associated Press

• “There are times where I have leeway to spazz out because I’m a successful artist, but I really am trying my best not to be a jerk.”
Kanye West, on self-improvement, to Entertainment Weekly

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