February 12, 2007 12:00 PM

Justin Timberlake can bring sexy back, return it, then bring it back again, and my mom doesn’t have any idea. She doesn’t know a McDreamy from a McSteamy from a McNugget!

—JEREMY PIVEN, on his mom’s lack of interest in pop culture, at Cosmo’s Fun Fearless Male Awards


Bigger is definitely better when it comes to engagement rings—just ask Scrubs’ star Sarah Chalke. “[The band] was too small, and I was trying to avoid that fact,” says the actress, 30, who got engaged to lawyer Jamie Afifi last November. (The diamond, however, is just right!) “It’s being sized now. I still wanted to wear it, but a few times my arm actually fell asleep—it was time to get it sized.”


Costarring with Mandy Moore in the comedy Because I Said So: She’s a little workhorse, a filly. She’s a very emotional actress with a gorgeous face. Recently turning 61: I’m just really happy I’m around—I love being alive and moderately healthy. I want to pack in as much as I can before it’s adios! Finding roles in Hollywood: Quite frankly, I’m lucky to be working at all. I mean, how many women my age are working? Her love life: I don’t have dates. No, I’m not a dater—those days are over. I don’t have to worry about that anymore!


Working with Hugh Grant on Music and Lyrics: The only time a woman would come up to me on the set is to say, “I need to get into Hugh’s window—can you give me a boost?”

Dating after divorce: I hate the singles scene. I’m not ready to be rejected. I’m old and bitter. Or maybe I’m just realistic and resigned.

Everybody Loves Raymond: Ray and I have an ongoing poker game, so all the money I’ve made off his show I’ve given back.

Award season: I love the buffet at the end of the night. That’s really my thing. I’m not a red-carpet guy. No one ever asks me where I got my outfit because people don’t know the store Big Fat Bastards.

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