Jennifer Aniston loves attention, plus more from Heidi Klum and other stars

By People Staff
Updated September 20, 2005 06:00 AM

• “I just felt like I was not getting enough publicity.”
Jennifer Aniston, joking about her breakup with Brad Pitt, to Oprah Winfrey

• “If you don’t win tonight, it doesn’t mean you’re not a good person. It just means you’re not a good actor.”
Ellen DeGeneres, hosting the 57th Annual Emmy Awards

• “I have to dedicate this to Britney and our baby.”
Everybody Loves Raymond star Brad Garrett, upon winning an Emmy for best supporting actor in a comedy series

• “There were too many people and the fire marshal had closed it off, so all the other Housewives were up there partying, and I’m downstairs – yeah, poor me with my statue – so we went home.”
Desperate Housewives star and Emmy winner Felicity Huffman, on being turned away at an afterparty, on Monday’s live Ellen DeGeneres Show

• “One of our greatest moments so far was when Leni kissed her little brother many times on the head.”
Heidi Klum, announcing the Sept. 12 birth of her son, Henry Günther (brother to her 16-month-old daughter Leni), on her website

• “Before they came into the office, I’m like, ‘How do I act? Do I joke around with them?’ I decided to be very businesslike. It was hard not to laugh, but I didn’t want to offend anyone. Anyway, they all had very nice bottoms, and I chose one.”
Keira Knightley, on auditioning body doubles for nude scenes in her new film Domino, to Esquire

[IMAGE “2” “right” “std” ]• “I’m not even, like, a singer-in-the-shower kind of thing.”
Joaquin Phoenix, on his musical training prior to being cast as Johnny Cash in the upcoming biopic Walk the Line (in which he does his own singing)

• “Britney Spears says she plans to name her son London, because that’s where her romance with Kevin Federline began. The couple were going to name the baby after where it was conceived, but it was too hard to say Olive Garden Bathroom Floor.”
David Spade, on The Showbiz Show

• “I’m 21 years old, I run two multi-million dollar companies, I work my ass off. Like, what were you doing that was so f–ing important at that age?”
Nicky Hilton, to Vanity Fair