March 29, 2005 06:00 AM

• “Most women stay 29 for 10 years. I couldn’t wait to get out of being 29. It’s like the pieces are starting to feel like they’re falling into place. I don’t feel out of control as much anymore, and I love that.”
Fever Pitch’s Drew Barrymore, who turned 30 in February

• “I’m unpunkable … I’ve been doing this ever since I was 5 years old. I can see him a mile away. I’m the prankster. He’s an amateur.”
Bernie Mac, on Guess Who costar and Punk’d host Ashton Kutcher

• “I embarrass myself on a day-to-day basis, and happily so. It keeps me humble.”
Cameron Diaz, on letting it all hang out while filming her MTV travelogue show, Trippin

• “I wondered, ‘Why is it that all the comedies are always romantic comedies? Why can’t I be like a physical comedian?’ I would literally ask, ‘What is Jim Carrey not doing, and can we change it to a female?’ “
Sandra Bullock, lamenting the lack of physical comedy roles for women

• “I don’t put weight on fame, and having people around me just because I am famous makes me feel really bad about myself.”
Jessica Alba, on why it’s important to have hobbies outside of acting

• “Usually I just have the terror in my stomach, which I know he had. I do the deep breathing and the pacing he did.”
Lisa Marie Presley, on sharing the same symptoms of stage fright her late father, Elvis, had

[IMAGE “1” “right” “std” ]• “I’m like, ‘I promise, I’m not related. Please don’t send anthrax to my house.’ “
One Tree Hill actress Sophia Bush, on her response when asked if she’s related to the President

• “He’s, like, worn my underwear.”
Ashton Kutcher, to Ellen DeGeneres, on how close he is with Bruce Willis

• “I like real things.”
Daniel Day Lewis, on why he opted to get a tattoo – not a fake – for his upcoming film The Ballad of Jack and Rose

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