Quotes found online this week from Jennifer Grey, Sean Penn, Belinda Carlisle, and more

”[My new look after cosmetic surgery] was actually a freaky, unintentional thing that happened. I’m just grateful I look good, but I really loved my old nose as well.”
Dirty Dancing‘s JENNIFER GREY on Prodigy

”Love is a mess, at best, and I figure it can be very real in spite of all the things people try to attach to it. I don’t subscribe to the talk-show mentality of abuse and dysfunction, healthy and nonhealthy. That’s just a lot of stuff to f— people up. The bottom line is, you love your wife, you do your best with that.”
She’s So Lovely‘s SEAN PENN on E! Online

”I’m not really a big theater fan. The last thing I saw was Dreamgirls and that was about 15 years ago! I never had any desire to act — I just stick to my singing and making records.”
Former Go-Go’s girl BELINDA CARLISLE on America Online

”Let me put George Clooney at the top of the ‘who would I like to have a love scene with’ list. Although I know him — we shoot on the same WB lot — I become sweaty and stutter and have to walk away [when I see him]. I can’t imagine doing a love scene would be very easy. ‘One hundred more takes please? Can we please clear the set so that I can practice this awhile?”’
Nick Freno’s JANE SIBBETT on AOL

”Woody [Allen] is the kind of director who doesn’t intrude on what you’re doing. It was easy [to work for him in 1993’s Manhattan Murder Mystery], because he was not a dictatorial type. But he also isn’t very friendly on the set. He doesn’t schmooze…. When I made Manhattan Murder Mystery it was during Woody’s big scandal. Not that he mentioned anything. He completely ignored all the headlines.”
The View‘s JOY BEHAR on Prodigy

”[Movie] audiences tend to love bad guys. Niceness…is not rewarded as much as drama. We all try to be civil in real life, but there’s a part of us that admires unequivocal evil tendencies.”
The Game‘s MICHAEL DOUGLAS on E! Online