Trust me, if I were gay I'd be getting more action than I'm getting now.
Trust me -- you are in for a shock
He's arrogant, he's pompous, he believes that everything he says is right, he drives you crazy. He actually tries to get under your skin
I don't have enough time this half hour.
You're both safe. Take a seat.
It's OK to cry. It's because you care.
She's the biggest star of the year.
I've dated some women who have turned me on to some funny things that are strange for men to actually do. But these things have become part of my process. I think the things I do for my appearance help make me look better. I even color my hair because I like how it makes me look.
People bring up my hair quite a bit. It's strategically tousled. The flatiron is the key.
Think of your worst nightmare and never waking up from that. That would be the rest of your life married to this man. It would all be about him and not you. Valentine's Day would be a celebration of him.
All I wanted to do when I was a teenager was get dropped off at a radio station - one of the ones I listened to - and watch how the shows worked. After a point it was about showing up and driving people crazy, driving the van to promotions and sneaking on the air.
I know a lot of gay males who I work with that are fantastic people and I love hanging out with them. But because I hang out and bring gay men into my life, does that mean that I'm gay? I promise you that I very much love women.
Never believe people in this business who say they don't read what's written about them.
Some people meet people in the grocery store, but I get my tomatoes and I'm out.
What I've figured out how to do is make people feel comfortable on television and on the radio, which enables me to have access to them, which is key for what I do.
I'm shy in my personal life.
I've never done Botox in my life. But I've probably tried everything else under the sun.
Fortunately for me, I'm in this unique business of not singing, not dancing, not performing - just kind of being there.
I believe that one of the things I've tried to do is work hard and take the business very seriously.
My company is in the business of content, delivering content, so whether you see it or taste it or hear it or smell it, that's what I do every day.
I want to continue to produce shows that directly effect change.
I knew I could control one thing, and that is my time and my hours and my effort and my efficiency.
I'd like to make time slow down.
My parents would always have us, as many times as we could, sit together for dinner and talk about what was happening in our lives, and so we created a great recipe where I could be completely honest with my mother and to an extent my father, being an attorney.
Failure? Scared to death of it.