Jen: I'm no victim, plus more from Russell Crowe, Rosario Dawson and others

By People Staff
Updated March 14, 2006 06:00 AM

• “Don’t make me your victim … It makes my skin crawl.”
Jennifer Aniston, on her divorce from Brad Pitt, to Vogue

• “I don’t know about Brad Pitt, leaving that beautiful woman to go hold orphans for Angelina. I mean, how long is that going to last?”
Michael Douglas, to GQ

• “I’m 41 years old, and it’s time for me to stop hiding.”
Teri Hatcher, coming forward about being molested 35 years ago, to Vanity Fair

• “I’d look in the mirror and still see a 180-pound guy, even though I was 138 pounds.”
Dennis Quaid, on struggling with anorexia after shooting 1994’s Wyatt Earp, to Best Life

• “I thought of having to kiss Matthew McConaughey and fondle him and objectify him as something I was doing for America.”
Sarah Jessica Parker, on what attracted her to her role in Failure to Launch, to Good Morning America

• “I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.”
Donald Trump, on his newest Apprentice boardroom adviser, on The View

• “We said, ‘Bubba, what do you want to call your brother?’ And his first option was Pumpkinhead. But then the next day, he revised it and he changed it to Stinky.”
– Expectant dad Russell Crowe, on what son Charles, 2, wants to name the new baby, to Jay Leno

• “I’m a little lopsided, which is totally fine. I have no hips. I’m the hipless wonder.”
Rosario Dawson, on her body shape, to Esquire

• “It’s been reported that the staff at the Vatican recently gave Pope Benedict an iPod, and that he really enjoys listening to it. Officials say the most recent song he downloaded was ‘It’s Hard out Here for a Pope.’ “
Conan O’Brien