“It’s why I have to avoid the tabloid part of our culture, because they turn you into a fictional character," Taylor told Vanity Fair in March 2013.
Swift's made a career out of pouring her guts out (and her famous boyfriends') in every song she writes. So it's silly to say she doesn't want the tabloids to write about her as well.
“What you don’t see are the cameras shoved in my face and the bizarre intrusive questions being asked, or the people falling over themselves, screaming and taunting to get a reaction,” she told Elle UK in June 2010 of the constant paparazzi crush. “The photos are so … I feel like I’m looking at someone being raped.”
It's probably a total nightmare to be followed around everywhere you go, but definitely not the nightmare that is a real sexual assault. Stewart later apologized for her remark.
“Here’s the deal: School is not authentic because it ends," Jayden Smith told The New York Times Style Magazine in November 2014. "It’s not true, it’s not real.”
Here it is -- proof that Smith really is living on another planet.
"Yeah he is romantic,” the singer told more! magazine back when she was dating Justin Bieber in August 2011. “He gave me a bottle of his new perfume the other day."
Awesome gift, Justin. Hopefully your perfume smells better than your music sounds.
"I don't watch many films,” the movie star (and little sis of Dakota Fanning) told Teen.com.
Uh really, Elle? When it comes to your own profession, it's probably best to do a little research.
When asked if she was a feminist Woodley told Salon.com, "No, because I like men."
To assume that feminists don't like men is ridiculous as is not understanding the feminism is about equality for everyone, not about taking something away from anyone.