Celebrity july 2011 quotes

Celebrity july 2011 quotes. Royal newlyweds made their Tinseltown debut at the same time a music-royalty couple called it quits. A notorious fugitive was captured, while an accused rapist was set free. See the quotable comments from these newsmakers and others this month.

Rupert Murdoch
"This is the most humble day of my life."

The media magnate testified – along with his son James before British Parliament to answer questions about his tabloid'sphone-hacking scandal.
James 'Whitey' Bulger
"He has to pay for what he did. He's a very evil man."

A sister of one of Bulger's alleged victims reacted to the Boston mobster's arrest after 16 years on the run.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony
"We have decided to end our marriage. This was a very difficult decision."

The pop star/"American Idol" host and the Latin-music singer announced their split after seven years and two kids.
Debt ceiling
"We might as well do it now – pull off the Band-Aid; eat our peas."

President Obama admonished Congress to get the debt ceiling issues worked out by August 2.
Casey Anthony
"While we are happy for Casey, there are no winners in this case."

Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, made the comment after the Florida mom was acquitted of killing her daughter but found guilty of lying to police.
Roger Clemens
"I don't see how to unring the bell."

The judge overseeing the 11-time MLB All-Star's perjury trial declared a mistrial after prosecutors violated a court order.
Betty Ford
"Millions are forever in her debt today because she was never afraid to tell the truth."

Former first lady Rosalynn Carter spoke highly of her friend and fellow first lady at her funeral.
Harry Potter
"Each and every person, not just here in this square but around the world who have watched these films for the last 10 years, they will always carry the films with them for the rest of their lives."

Star Daniel Radcliffe spoke to fans at the London premiere of the final "Harry Potter" movie.
U.S. Women's World Cup soccer team
"I am so disappointed for our country because I really feel like we had it. It was so close."

Forward Abby Wambach and her teammates returned home after a heartbreaking loss to Japan in the Women's World Cup final.
Texas Rangers fan death
"This is life. There are tragedies, things that happen that you have no control over and you don't understand them."

Texas Ranger Josh Hamilton spoke about the man who died trying to catch a ball the outfielder tossed to him.
New York gay marriages start
"We are going to make history on Sunday, with the eyes of the nation once again turning to New York City."

Mayor Michael Bloomberg spoke about the day the state's same-sex marriage law goes into effect
Courtney Stodden & Doug Hutchison
"I'm very mature for my age. I'm an old soul."

The 16-year-old aspiring singer and her much-much older actor husband broke the silence on their controversial relationship.
Mila Kunis
"I'd never been asked out before, so it was nice."

The "Friends With Benefits" star will be going to the Marine Corps ball after Sgt. Scott Moore invited her via video
Space Shuttle Atlantis
"It's been an incredible ride."

Commander Christopher Ferguson led the ship on its final voyage as NASA ended its 30-year space shuttle program.
"The LAPD asked me to warn you to avoid the 405 Fwy on July 16 & 17, or else the red light photo of me driving in a satin slip goes viral."

Late-night host Conan O'Brien joked about the hysteria surrounding a major Los Angeles road closure.
Katy Perry & Russell Brand
"Just 'cause we don't flaunt our relationship doesn't mean there's something wrong w/it."

The "Firework" singer used Twitter to defend her marriage to the British funnyman.
Diana Nyad
"She is up against the most outlandish, outrageous, unbelievable physical endurance activity of, certainly, my lifetime."

A fellow open-water swimmer will be watching as Nyad attempts to swim from Cuba to Key West without leaving the water.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn
"We are absolutely convinced that while today is a giant first step in the right direction, the next step will lead to a complete dismissal of the charges."

The former IMF chief's lawyer spoke after his client was released from house arrest on rape charges.
Prince William and Duchess Kate
"You're not going to do something that'll take our clothes off, are you?"

The royal couple amused bystanders as they embarked on their first overseas trip through Canada and California.