Tom Selleck Carelessly Reveals Huge Three Men and a Baby 3 Spoilers

"It is true that Disney checked my availability. And I know they checked Ted [Danson]'s and Steve [Guttenberg]'s, and then had a script written, I think tentatively called Three Men and a Bride, which kind of says it all [about the story]." —Tom Selleck on a Three Men and a Baby sequel [MTV]

"My mom's like, 'I'm so proud. You're pole dancing and you're going to play a prostitute. Awesome!' It's like, 'Yeah, what you always dreamed about, mama!' But you know, it's a great part. ... [Pole-dancing] really, really gets you in shape [and] it also really teaches you about your inner sexuality." —Jennifer Love-Hewitt on playing a prostitute in the new Lifetime series The Client List [HuffPo]

"For the main version, the vibe is very sexy, very raw. There’s going to be a dance mix, but the main version won’t be dance." —The Real Housewives' Danielle Staub on her upcoming song [TV Watch/People]

"I spend literally hours on YouTube each day checking what people post about me, reading the comments and so on. And I was so surprised that many Depeche Mode fans appeared to be Lady Gaga fans. I didn't know the band existed until I saw a mash-up of 'Paparazzi' with 'Just Can't Get Enough'. I advise everyone to check out Depeche Mode, they are so underrated." —Lady Gaga on covering "People Are People" [QMS Radio via Side Line]

"M.I.A., the Glenn Beck of the left." —The Decembrists' Colin Meloy [ColinMeloy/Twitter via Pitchfork]

"I've never quite understood [previews]. Sometimes they'll show you a preview for a movie on television — and then what's the point of going? You know the whole thing! ... If they did previews today for Gone With the Wind you'd have Clark Gable telling Vivian Leigh 'Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn' and then leaving her at the end. All in the preview." —Larry David [Time]

"I've always respected what Wayne does, and Wayne, to me, is definitely one of the greatest in the game right now." —Eminem on collaborating with Lil Wayne [MTV]

"[My daughter] just rolls her eyes and thinks, ‘Oh, my God, my dad’s a vampire. How embarrassing,’ I’m sure even Obama’s daughters say, ‘Oh, my God, my dad’s the president. How embarrassing.'" —Twilight's Peter Facinelli [USA Today via Best Week Ever]