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Vinny From Jersey Shore to Maybe Go to Harvard Later

"I took the LSAT. My score was decent. I had a plan that if my score was really well, then I might of just went to Yale or Harvard. But it was just mediocre. I can get into law school [though]. I had a 3.9 GPA, Latin Honors, but I'm doing [Jersey Shore] right now. Law school is always on the back burner." —Vinny Guadagnino of Jersey Shore [NYDN]

“I have found that most people I have met are much shorter than you would imagine. In fact most people seem really, really short — apart from George Clooney.” —Gabourey Sidibe [Showbiz Spy]

“If I’m not a part of [the Grammys’ Michael Jackson tribute], then that’s not … I’m not gonna say it’s wack. But I’m just saying, everyone knows what I do, so if you gon’ have an MJ tribute … I take that back because Stevie [Wonder] did an MJ tribute. … I’m just meaning the performance [aspect]. How you gon’ have a Michael tribute without the playboy?” —Omarion, the “playboy” [Vibe]

"What pisses me off the most about it is I think Kurt would be fine with having five Kurt Cobains [on Guitar Hero] singing the [Spice Girls’] song ‘Wannabe,’ like, 'Tell me what you want, what you really really want.' ... I think he'd find that really funny. But at the same time, it's gross what they did. Gwen [Stefani] started the lawsuit. I have really good lawyers now and will join that lawsuit. There was this grey area and they fucked the lot of us. They didn't fuck Jack White, but they fucked Gwen, fucked Johnny Cash and fucked Kurt ... It's just gross. This is the rock 'n' roll business, this is what people do. They are sleazy; they do sleazy things." —Courtney Love on the anti–Guitar Hero lawsuit [Contact Music]

“My mother made me work at Rite-Aid, because my parents work full-time. I worked at That '70s Show on Laurel & Ventura [in Los Angeles] and I couldn’t drive because I wasn’t 16 yet, so my mother would come on her lunch break and pick me up from work. But she didn’t have time to drop me off back home, so I would have to go to work with her, and what did I do for six hours? My mother would put me behind the photo or ice cream counter and made me work." —Mila Kunis [Fox]

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