I feel people think I'm almost like a robot — like an android. And that I'm all about me and my thoughts are all about me. That I want to be famous. I know one thing I've heard a lot is, "Does she say the things that she says because she wants attention? It's attention-seeking." But I always felt like, if that were the case, wouldn't I display some sort of attention-seeking behavior, which I've never done. I've always tried to live a really normal, private, quiet life ... You have to just guard yourself, because you never know what [reporters] are going to do. Like I said, I used to have a lot of fun in interviews — I'd be playful, I'd be sarcastic. But there's too much room for someone to take what I was saying and cut it up, rearrange it, and throw it on 'Extra.' It's insane. You have to be really strong. You have to just shut yourself off to the criticism at some point.
- Some people didn't appreciate Kate Gosselin calling people with non-entertainment careers "mediocre" yesterday, so today Tweeted, "2clarify re 'mediocre' - I meant this job is not a career acc 2 jon but tv is 4 me & is hard but will prov best opps 4 my kids vs nursing!" [E!]
- Supposedly Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell are getting married this weekend at his farmhouse in Sussex, England. "It will be a small, intimate wedding," says a source. "It's going to be very elegant and classic ... They are having a big party in New York to celebrate later on." [Us]
- Darrell Hammond was in an car accident in June and he's not doing very well. He suffered fractured ribs and a severe lower back injury and his lawyer says, "It affects his ability to perform. He's in pain, and had to cancel many performances. He can't fly and he can't stand up." [N.Y. Post]
- Jamie Foxx will host the Michael Jackson tribute concert in Wales that's angered members of the Jackson family. [RS]
- Christina Hendricks isn't planning on having a baby, "At least not any time soon." She adds, "I feel busy enough right now." Plus, soon she'll have Joan's baby to play with on set. [CNN]
- David Arquette says of rehearsing for Dancing With the Stars, "I'm exhausted. I've been dancing for like, five hours a day. It's amazing. Every bone aches." He added that the workout is giving him a six-pack, or "a little 'Situation.'" [People]