"I'm not somebody who is going to declare either way if I'm absolutely going to or I'm absolutely not going to have children. I have no idea. I'm still young. I have an unbelievable life. In some ways, I have the life that I have because I don't have children." — Cameron Diaz, on whether she'll have children, in the new issue of Parade
"The fact that I'm into women, they're all intimidated by it. It makes them uncomfortable. They're like, 'I don't need to have a threesome. I'm happy with just you.'" — Lady GaGa, opening up about her bisexuality in the new issue of Rolling Stone
"This just should invigorate people to get it back on the ballot in 2010 and 2012 and every two years until all people are allowed a basic civil right." — George Clooney, responding to California's decision to uphold Prop 8, a proposition that prohibits same-sex marriages
"If I were to tell you that Sandra Miggum and Henry Pickett are dating, would you ever care? They're completely fictional, so you don't know them. Well, people don't know us. So why should they care?" — Evangeline Lilly's response to whether or not she is dating "Lost" co-star Dominic Monaghan (Women's Health)
"Recently I actually started making my own baby food … People are probably like, 'Tori Spelling doesn't do that. She probably has someone that cooks for her.' No, actually I don't and I actually make my own baby food." — Tori Spelling, talking to MySpace video about her hidden culinary talents
"During the Oscars, I was thinking about how she totally has that thing: She has her family and children and life, and she seems really together and solid, and yet she can completely devastate you on the screen." — Winona Ryder, on Kate Winslet in the new issue of Elle U.K.
"I'd invite you, my mom and 'the divas': Dolly Parton, Cher, and Liza Minnelli. You'd make great food, my mom would be hammered, and the divas would be singing and dancing. Oh, and I'd invite the head of the Academy [of Television Arts & Sciences], so I can work on getting another Emmy." — Kathy Griffin, talking to Rachael Ray about her ideal dinner party guests (Every Day with Rachael Ray)
"[I'd be] one of those little lapdogs that gets petted all day. You know, they wake up, get fed, get attention. I like attention. I'd like to be one of those little dogs. Is that weird?" — Miley Cyrus' boyfriend, Justin Gaston, on who else he'd want to be, in the new issue of Details