People's Top Twenty Celeb Quotes of 2012!

#1. "I got laid with that mullet." – Blake Shelton, defending his questionable '90s hairdo, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

#2. "Oh, oh my! Wow!" – Al Roker, in response to Magic Mike star Joe Manganiello's "body roll" against a blushing Ann Curry, on the Today show

#3. "I'm not crazy any more." – Charlie Sheen, who claims he's now in touch with reality after last year's wild antics, at a Fox Television Critics Association event

#4. "I say to my daughter, 'That outfit is a little bit too risqué or revealing' and she looks at me and says, 'That's rich coming from you.'" – Madonna, on the challenges she faces in parenting 15-year-old Lourdes, on The Graham Norton Show

#5. "Grown men were weeping. Hopefully it's because I didn't sound bad." – Justin Timberlake, who serenaded new wife Jessica Biel as she walked down the aisle, to PEOPLE

#6. "[Chris] texted me before we started shooting and said, 'It's called The Hunger Games, not The Eating Games!'" – The Hunger Games' Liam Hemsworth, whose fellow action star brother motivated him to drop 15 lbs. before filming, to PEOPLE

#7. "It really wouldn't do for her to dress like a Kardashian." – The Daily Telegraph's fashion editor Lisa Armstrong, on the Duchess of Cambridge's sexy but still demure new look, to PEOPLE

#8. "The 66th annual Tony Awards, or, as we like to call it, Fifty Shades of Gay." – Broadway's host of the night Neil Patrick Harris

#9. "You're a little bigger than most of the girls I've done this to." – Zac Efron, to the "Guillermo" stand-in he had to undress in a bra-unhooking contest, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

#10. "That's how I was definitely introduced to the world." – Kim Kardashian, who now embraces the sex tape that made her a star, on Oprah's Next Chapter

#11. "If they have a problem with spokespeople, what about the Pillsbury Doughboy? He runs around without any pants on, basically begging for people to poke his belly. What kind of message is that?" – Ellen DeGeneres, making light of the campaign launched by the anti-gay group One Million Moms to have her fired from her new JCPenney gig, on her daytime show

#12. "I'm waiting to find the right person, someone who's willing to take on the job." – Prince Harry, whose desire to have kids comes second to finding a suitable wife, in an ABC interview

#13. "At the end of the day, I just know I'll probably have the worst, spoiled little kid ever." – Blue Ivy Carter's pop Jay-Z, admitting to what the public already suspects, on Oprah's Master Class: Special Edition

#14. "It's a bad sign when you take a nap and people instantly call the paramedics." – Jimmy Kimmel, on Lindsay Lohan's latest medical emergency, during his monologue

#15. "Whoa, she is a chunk!" – Jessica Simpson, on what one of the nurses exclaimed after the new mom delivered her 9 lb., 13 oz. daughter Maxwell, to PEOPLE

#16. "Nothing says God bless the U.S.A. like a beret." – The Campaign star Will Ferrell, who sported the French-inspired Team USA Olympic headpiece during an appearance on the Late Show

#17. "I plan to be done. But my husband is kind of a wonder sperm kind of guy." – Jennifer Garner, on having more kids with hubby Ben Affleck, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

#18. "It's a bit startling to achieve global recognition before the age of 30 on account of your sister, your brother-in-law and your bottom." – Pippa Middleton, in her new party-planning book, Celebrate: A Year of Festivities for Families and Friends

#19. "If he had boobs, he would do it!" – New mom Vanessa Lachey, on hubby Nick's willingness to nurse 7-week-old son Camden, to

#20. "We remain more than a collection of red states and blue states. We are and forever will be the United States of America." – President Barack Obama, during his re-election acceptance speech in his Chicago hometown


HAPPY FRIDAY, ONTD!  :-)   No poll this week since this is People's selection of what they think the top twenty quotes should be.  Next week we'll do ONTD's top selections and vote who SAID IT BEST 2012 according to jackal standards.