They Said What? for August 15, 2006

Justin swears fans better like his new album, plus more from Lindsay Lohan, Daniel Craig and others

• “I’m sure you guys are hip to this already, but I’m gonna play some new songs for y’all. Hope you like ’em. If you don’t, f– you!”
Justin Timberlake, before performing music from his upcoming album FutureSex/LoveSounds at Hollywood’s House of Blues

• “I’m a great caretaker. But one thing I’m not good at is taking care of myself. My goal for this part of my life … is to be more nurturing to myself.”
Courteney Cox, on why she decided to start seeing a therapist, to Life

• “It seemed like a cool idea at the time.”
William Shatner, on why he agreed to be the subject of a Comedy Central roast (airing Aug. 20)

• “You think you’re better than me?”
Boy George, to the media as he swept trash off the New York City sidewalks as part of his community service sentence for falsely reporting a burglary

• “He made it very clear that if we didn t live up to what he thought was our potential, he would fire us.”
Ivanka Trump, on being dad Donald Trump’s real-life apprentice, to Stuff

• “I didn’t want it to be this weight around my neck. I wanted to get on with it and not blow it.”
Casino Royale star Daniel Craig, on deciding not to rehearse 007’s famous line, “The name is Bond, James Bond,” to Entertainment Weekly

• “I wanted to do what Marilyn Monroe did (during the Korean War), when she went and just set up a stage and did a concert for the troops all by herself.”
Lindsay Lohan, on aspiring to be a “beautiful sex kitten” pinup, to Elle

• “Ultimately, I would love to be married or in a really solid, committed relationship. But he just hasn’t materialized.”
Katie Couric, to Parade

• “Hollywood is the Sodom and Gomorrah of today. It’s a world I avoid because it’s destroying our culture.”
Lost’s Evangeline Lilly, to British Glamour

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