Jennifer Aniston's no rebound girl, plus more from Sheryl Crow and other stars

By People Staff
October 11, 2005 06:00 AM

• “He’s delicious and funny. He’s got all the colors of the rainbow. But I don’t want to be a rebound girl. I feel like it will happen when it happens.”
Jennifer Aniston, on rumors of a romance with her Break Up costar Vince Vaughn, to Elle

• “We’ve met Angelina, and my family really, really likes her. She’s great. Of course, we liked Jen too.”
Doug Pitt, on his brother Brad’s new girlfriend, Angelina Jolie (and ex-wife Aniston), during a business speech to a Rotary organization

• “It’s nice to see you, though.”
Boy George, refusing to speak to London reporters following his arrest in New York City for drug possession

• “Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes having a baby! That’s the big story. So I guess Oprah’s couch isn’t the only thing he was bouncing up and down on.”
Jay Leno

• “All of it.”
Jessica Alba, on the body part she felt most self-conscious about while filming her bikini scenes in Into the Blue

• “It’s a two-vodka day. I didn’t say the size of the glass.”
George Clooney, on debuting the movie he co-wrote, directed and stars in, Good Night, and Good Luck, at the New York Film Festival, to Entertainment Weekly

• “I should just sing ‘Strong Enough to Be My Man’ to Lance.”
Sheryl Crow, on the song she’d choose for her upcoming wedding to Lance Armstrong, to Rolling Stone

• “I want to recognize him again. I want to see the guy that I married. I want to trust him, and I want to feel good and comfortable again.”
Uma Thurman, on her relationship with ex-husband Ethan Hawke, to Oprah Winfrey

• “It would have to be called Basic Instinct 3: It Depends, and they’d have to shoot it in a nursing home.”
Sharon Stone, star of the upcoming sequel Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction, on whether the franchise could become a trilogy, to Time