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"It was a minimum consumption" –referring to his drug usage, even after his lawyer said that the actor had suffered from a 10-year drug addiction.
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"Those things in the sky are not shooting stars. They're more like heavy rains"
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"It's not pollution that's destroying our environment. It's the impurities in our air and water that are doing it." (um, the last time we checked, that is pollution.)
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"I have a ton of transatlantic trips coming up...like Canada." –referring to the nonexistent vast ocean that divides the U.S. and Canada.
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"What's Wal-Mart? Do they sell, like wall stuff?"?"
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"That despicable shameless deserves to be killed kicked by a donkey and I am just the right person to do it!"–referring to her rival Naomi Campbell, in 1998.
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The model once said: " I have never smoked marihuana because that gives you cellulite"
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"Among the vulgar, I'm the queen." ('nough said.)
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"Beauty is what you use when you want to achieve something in life." –during an interview with PeopleEnEspanol.com about being included in The 50 Most Beautiful People of 2008.
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"I feel better than ever when I'm happy." –confirming that she's happy when she's, um, happy.
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"I think a homosexual marriage should be something between a man and a woman." –the California governor proves that muscles don't compensate for brains.
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"The majority of our imports come from other countries."
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"I'd definitely like to meet Lady Di......fortunately she is already dead."–when asked who she would like to meet at the Miss Colombia pageant, in 2002.
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"Is this chicken or fish? I know it's tunafish, but it's called chicken of the sea." –pondering her lunch on her now-defunct reality TV show.
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"It's so terrible what happened with the Surimi", referring to the Tsunami that devastated Indonesia in 2004.
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"My inspiration is not Madonna, it's Maria Callas" (Really? We had no idea you even like opera Paulina!)
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"Smoking kills. If you're killed, you've lost a very important part of your life." –in an interview for a Federal antismoking campaign, in 1998.
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During an interview for the Mexico edition of Playboy magazine, the former Miss Universe turned an ugly face to the press with the comment: "many of the reporters that attack the industry and conjure things up are frustrated artists, homosexuals or lesbians that haven't accepted who they are and those who make little money," said Machado who appears nude in the issue. "They lack journalistic ethics or that of a human being at that." Harsher words have never been spoken to the paparazzi.
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The Hispanic community scorned the actress in 2007, after saying in an interview with Para todos magazine that she no longer wanted to be referred to as Latina. "I am not Latina. I am less Latina than Cameron Díaz, whose father is Cuban, but people don't refer to her as Latina because she's blonde. Both my grandparents and parents are from California." The public continued to grill the actress even after making an apology, where afterward she probably wished to be as invisible as she was in Fantastic Four...
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The once popular entertainer ran his career into shambles after saying that "all Mexican women sport mustaches," which soured the relationship with his female fan base and never recovered from thereafter.
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The Mexican actress is known for her humor and sometimes crude jokes, but here are two comments that topped headlines for weeks after going public with them. Earlier this year, singer Ricky Martin revealed to the world his true identity as a homosexual man. In an interview with press, Salinas was quoted with saying, "we already knew that he was a jotinchona," a derogatory word used to refer to gay individuals in Mexico. A few years earlier, she went loose with the mouth while actor Jorge Salinas was in the midst of a bitter divorce. The actress thought she was helping him by saying: "I knew that Jorge had even seen visited a psychologist because of his attempts with suicide. (...) He wanted to die because of the anxiety he faced, and never went to a clinic to confront addiction he possessed." Talk about telling it how it is...
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After taking home an Oscar for her portrayal in La Vie En Rose, the actress faced a potential backlash in the US over comments she made in an interview in France where she questioned the American government's involvement in the New York terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. She didn't stop there either. She also insisted that the 1969 moon landing was a hoax saying, "Who can really assure us that man set foot on the moon? We have been tricked into believing a lot of things." Cotillard made a rapid U-turn on her wild statements shortly after.
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PAQUITA LA DEL BARRIO
The famous Mexican singer was at the mercy of the gay community after saying that a child was better off dead rather than to be adopted by a homosexual couple. She later realized her faults and went on to say that she "considered killing herself" after making the unacceptable comment. In an interview with PeopleEnEspanol.com, she made it clear that she held no grudge against the gay community and said "there is nothing to be ashamed of for those people who are that way [gay]." She's better off not saying anything at all...
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Taking the crown for homophobe of the year has to be producer Esteban Arce, who while on the set of the morning show Matutino Express (Televisa), stated that gay people were like "dogs with a case of dementia." Just stop talking while you can Esteban...
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During a stint on the set of the daytime talk show The View (ABC), the Colombian bombshell caused a stir after the ladies asked her about the early conception of her 18 year-old son Manolo. Vergara laughed about not being able to lie about her age with a joke saying, "I was 13. I was raped." That's the kind of joke you should leave for a more private group of friends, not millions of American viewers Sofia.
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The former Miss Universe appeared dazed and confused after making a post on her blog, following a trip to Guantanamo Bay in April of 2009. The Venezuelan native stated that the high security prison was "beautiful, and full of nice things," and also went on to say that it was "a fun place to be." Next she'll be saying that Hitler's Germany would have been an ideal vacation spot.
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