Saturday, August 31, 2013

Jodie Sweetin Quotes

1. People still watch "Full House" all the time. It's on three times a day!

2. High school is just horrible in general. So, I think it was a good time for me to have stopped acting. I got to be normal in high school.

3. Sometimes when someone recognizes me, they are like "you're alive!" I don't know why people thought I died, I guess that happens when you make a life for yourself outside of Hollywood.

4. I came from a very normal, un-Hollywood background. My parents provided me with every sort of normal upbringing that they could.

5. I don't have any desire to ever act again full time.

6. I'm still like: "Oh, wow, I'm a mom." It's the most overwhelming, exciting thing I've ever done. 

7. The competition is so fierce once you become an adult. I'll probably move on to something else.

8. I don't mind doing occasional guest appearances on shows, but I have other things I'd like to do in my life now.

9. I think as a pregnant woman we're all looking for stuff that makes us all look cute and fashionable and feel sexy when we're pregnant.

10. I want to make movies, TV series, wherever the career takes me. I really hope this isn't the last people hear of me. In fact, I would like to make this a footnote in my career, not the end.

11. I was living a complete lie. But unfortunately, guilt doesn't make you stop.

12. I actually never auditioned for "Full House." I had done a guest appearance on "Valerie" as the next door neighbor's niece, and from that I got into "Full House." I was only five years old, and I was on the show until I was 13.

13. You look at your baby and think: "Wow, I did that." It's really amazing.

14. There is a certain sense of loss when a series ends.

15. I get recognized all the time, although people are like: "Oh my gosh, you're not, like, 11 any more!" It's funny. People don't expect you to grow up.

16. I had always wanted to be on TV; my mom told me that when I was little, I told her I wanted to be a "modeler," because that's what I called actors on TV.

17. I've had so many people come up and really just thank you for sharing my story. They give me the most amazing well wishes for the new baby. 

18. It is kind of hard to figure out who you are when you've lost your job at age 13, when that was basically how you identified yourself.

19. I would like to get into teaching actors and starting a family with Shaun.

20. Of course, I have the emotional ups and downs of pregnancy, like crying jags for no reason and then the next day I can't even remember what I was crying about!

21. The interesting part is that most of the kids I speak to have grown up watching "Full House," so they feel like they know me and can talk to me.

22. (about the close relationship between the cast mates of "Full House") We all get along really well and we all are the best of friends. They really did become my other family and my group of friends.

23. Growing up in the business you have to grow up very fast - you do have a different type of childhood, that has its benefits and it has its drawbacks.

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Andrea Barber Quotes

1. I love being a student, if I could, I'd stay in school forever.

2. I want to be a writer someday.

3. My character was obnoxious, had stinky feet and wore things like purple tights and a yellow top. I hated the clothes.

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John Stamos Plastic Surgery

American actor, singer and musician John Stamos, best known for his work in television, especially in his starring role as Jesse Katsopolis on the ABC sitcom "Full House", is rumored to have gotten plastic surgery to maintain his youthful looks.

Stamos, 50, is speculated to have gotten botox injections, chemical peels and facelift.

The plastic surgery rumors began because Stamos gets even better looking as he grows older. 

The truth is though that Stamos is not a fan of plastic surgery.

When asked about plastic surgery, Stamos revealed that he finds actors who don't age unnerving.

"It's funny, because I haven't had one ounce of Botox or any of that. I finally got gray hairs in the past couple years, and I wore it on "ER", but they made me cover it up in this show. I don't want to be one of those weird-looking guys who gets old but stays looking young," Stamos was quoted as saying.

Conclusion: John Stamos' youthful appearance is not a result of plastic surgery. His apparently good genes have left him a little gray around the edges, but without the bags, sags and deep wrinkles that come with the natural process of aging.

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Cynthia Nixon Plastic Surgery

American actress Cynthia Nixon, best known for her portrayal of Miranda Hobbes in the HBO series "Sex and the City" (1998–2004), the film "Sex and the City" and its sequel "Sex and the City 2", is rumored to have gotten plastic surgery to improve her appearance.

Nixon, 47, is speculated to have gotten a boob job when she and her "Sex and the City" co-star Kristin Davis checked in to St Luke's Roosevelt Hospital in 2008.

Many gossip websites and tabloids reported that Nixon and Davis visited the hospital for some double plastic surgery, a breast enhancement and varicose vein removal, respectively.

Cynthia fired back at the false reports, claiming: "I was at St Luke's Roosevelt Hospital for my three- monthly checkup. I was in the Oncology department. I guess they (the press) think that means plastic surgery."

"We got a call from the Post (the paper that ran the story) asking if I'd had a breast augmentation, and my publicist laughed at them and said: "No, of course not." But they printed it anyway," Nixon revealed.

"If I was going to get a boob job, wouldn't it make sense that I'd get it before Sex and the City (the movie)?" Nixon wondered.

Nixon was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006 and went public with the news in April 2006, but she still undergoes quarterly checks to make sure the illness has not returned.

The truth is that Cynthia Nixon has not undergone any sort of plastic surgery and she looks really beautiful.

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Miley Cyrus: "You're Supposed To F**k Up"

Miley Cyrus' full interview and photo spread in the September fashion issue of Notion magazine premiered on Friday.

Cyrus, 20, poses in a series of racy images, and speaks out to the UK magazine about misunderstandings of her as "this ratchet white girl."

The former "Hannah Montana" star also opens up about the disadvantages of being a child star and advises young fans not to follow in her footsteps.

"People are like "what's your advice to young people that want to be actors' and I'm like "don't do it" because you need to enjoy being a kid," Miley revealed to the mag.

Cyrus was quoted as saying: "People don't realize but with so many responsibilities you hold an entire company on your back and you're a kid so you're supposed to f**k up."

Miley continued: "Then when you do, it's the head of the company that ends up getting letters from a thousand different people and that all comes down on him which then comes down on me."

"I don't think any kid should be responsible for their personal life representing a company as big as that," Cyrus added.

To check out more of Miley Cyrus' sexy Notion shots, click HERE.

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Friday, August 30, 2013

Linda Lovelace Quotes

1. Everyone that watches "Deep Throat" is watching me being raped.  

2. If we don't generate a response, the bags won't be as full at the pantry.

3. I had the misfortune of meeting Chuck Traynor. He started out as a nice person and then did a complete 180 and beat me up from that day forward, physically, mentally, and psychologically. The psychological damage will never go away.

4. We used to have an average of 75 seniors on Fridays. Now we're up to an average of 100.

5. Cricket is like sex films - they relieve frustration and tension.

6. We've fallen behind a little bit. We've had to fill a big gap.

7. I mean, she was just dedicated beyond compare. For all of us, it was like losing your right arm.

8. I've known her for many, many years. She's a pillar in the community, has been a leader among leaders… worked many fundraisers.

9. (Interview with Eric Danville, 1975) When I was with (David Winters) I had an awesome time. I met a lot of people and had a lot of fun at that point. I went to see my first play. I saw Richard Chamberlain in "Cyrano De Bergerac," I saw "Grease" in Manhattan. I saw the Alvin Ailey Dancers. I became cultured, I guess. I'd never been cultured.

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Alyssa Milano Plastic Surgery

American actress, producer and former singer Alyssa Milano, best known for portraying Samantha Micelli on the ABC sitcom series "Who's the Boss?"(1984–1992), Phoebe Halliwell on The WB television series "Charmed" (1998–2006), and Jennifer Mancini on the Fox soap opera "Melrose Place", has reportedly had plastic surgery to boost her self-esteem.

Milano, 40, is speculated to have gotten a boob job, botox injections, dental implants and even a brow lift!

Alyssa admitted to getting breast implants, because she considered her breast size too small, something which doesn't meet the rigid standards of Hollywood.

Judging by the before and after pictures, Milano was somewhat flat chested, but after the procedure the volume of her bust was significantly increased: her breasts are now bigger, fuller, rounder, tighter and certainly make her appear more feminine! 

At first Alyssa tried to hide her operation and denied having any sort of plastic surgery.  

According to rumors, Milano is a regular user of botox. Comparing some of her photos, we don't notice any major change, but with the pass of time we see that her expression seems a bit bizarre, an indication of not so well applied botox injections.

We have to admit though that Milano follows a healthy diet, works out a lot and is also blessed with good genes, factors that lead to a perfect skin for a long period of time.

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David Charvet Nose Job

French singer and actor David Charvet, best known for his role as Matt Brody in the television series "Baywatch" and as Craig Field in "Melrose Place", is rumored to have a nose job to improve his image.

Judging by the before and after pictures, Charvet, 41, had his nose fixed. His nostrils look much smaller after the operation. It did not make much difference though as his old nose was actually fine.  


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Kelly Rutherford Plastic Surgery

American actress Kelly Rutherford, best known for her roles of Stephanie "Sam" Whitmore on "Generations", Megan Lewis on "Melrose Place" and as Lily van der Woodsen on "Gossip Girl", is rumored to have gotten plastic surgery to turn back the hands of time.

Rutherford, 44, has admitted that she's tried botox once before she got pregnant with her son Hermes. 

The "Gossip Girl" star, unlike other celebrities, revealed to "I think it's beautiful that people are sharing", explaining that women should be candid about everything from childbirth to beauty secrets. "We sit around at lunch and ask each other (questions), so why not say we had postpartum, giving birth is hell but the children are amazing - and I get botox." She claimed: "I think there's a certain age that if you like having it, go for it."

In an interview with OK!US magazine Rutherford revealed she has no plans on getting more botox in the future. "I decided I wasn't going to do it all again until I've had two kids and finished nursing them. Then it's a free for all," Kelly was quoted as saying.

"I figure your body goes through so many changes when you're pregnant and you're nursing. It's actually my mother's advice: "Wait until a year or two after you've had your children, after you breastfed, to do anything, because your body goes through so much anyway." I listened to her advice, and I'm glad I did," Rutherford continued.

"There are benefits to maybe starting things younger or earlier, but for me, I tend to do things the most natural way possible. I'm at an age now where it makes sense to do it," Kelly continued.

On the results of botox injections, Rutherford stated: "It's great. I'm starting to do a little bit of it. I had friends who started much earlier, and there are pros and cons with that. Then, you don't really get the wrinkles. But I go in and have a little bit here and there. It's preventative."

"It feels nice. My mother's sends me studies of how it instantly makes you happy because you can't frown. It's proven that emotionally you're happier, which I think is very funny. I'm a believer that if it makes you feel better, then do it. It's not doing harm to anybody. We all want to look our best," Rutherford added.

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