Trust me -- you are in for a shock.
He's arrogant, he's pompous, he believes that everything he says is right, he drives you crazy. He actually tries to get under your skin.
You're both safe. Take a seat.
It's OK to cry. It's because you care.
She's the biggest star of the year.
I've dated some women who have turned me on to some funny things that are strange for men to actually do. But these things have become part of my process. I think the things I do for my appearance help make me look better. I even color my hair because I like how it makes me look.
People bring up my hair quite a bit. It's strategically tousled. The flatiron is the key.
Think of your worst nightmare and never waking up from that. That would be the rest of your life married to this man. It would all be about him and not you. Valentine's Day would be a celebration of him.
I'm taken aback, look at the sweat pouring off my forehead right now.
We have lots to catch up on.
You've been a great spirit on the show.
Simon and I go back and forth with each other, but it's in a different way.
I love it. I love the immediacy of it. I love the spontaneity of it, ... I love the fact that every day you see something on TV that you have an opinion about and you want to talk about and the next day you can get on the air and do it.
When it's time to say, `OK, here's the show and the guy that is going to be around on New Year's Eve for years to come,' I would definitely like to be the one that the baton gets passed to.
Things could perhaps be up in the air now in light of the recent circumstances, the unfortunate circumstances with Dick, ... They had to put Regis in at the last minute, and I'm not quite sure what that show will be like or feel like without Dick Clark. He certainly will be missed by America.
He's much taller and a little bit bigger than me, ... I think he'd probably be able to beat me up.
Madonna's fans have anxiously awaited the release of this album. I am excited to bring her closer to radio audiences around the world live!
And so when he puts his mind to something and when he wants to do something like this television show and be there for everybody to see him, he'll do it.
Whereas in the past people were more politically correct in dealing with others ...(now) all they care about is winning.
When I moved to Hollywood, one of the first people I ever wanted to meet wasn't a movie star. It was a disc jockey, it was Casey Kasem.
What it allows me to do is . . . be the traffic cop.
I'm not a doctor and I'm not his wife so I don't see him on a daily basis, but he will not be in a wheelchair on the telecast.
[Kasem is] a legend, a guy I used to listen to growing up. And not only listen to, but pretended to be.
He's one of the people that I very much look up to. It's exciting for me to be on television at the same time as my idol. But I still want to win.
In Hollywood it seems that you're considered gay until proven otherwise!