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Hairspray Quotes


"I absolutely loved my stint on Broadway in Hairspray." - Corey Reynolds

"The secret of my success is my hairspray." - Richard Gere

"I absolutely loved my stint on Broadway in 'Hairspray.'" - Corey Reynolds

"My band and I, we cover our bodies in hairspray and glitter. We use the hairspray to make sure the glitter sticks." - Kesha

"'Hairspray' was a show I was involved in from the very first reading, and I was 19. And, 'Hairspray', was one of my favorite movies growing up." - Laura Bell Bundy

"I find it a great antidote lipstick and mirrors and hairspray." - Joanna Lumley

"I used so much hairspray that I feel personally responsible for global warming!" - Dusty Springfield

"I live on hairspray. The bigger the hair, the closer to God." - Miranda Lambert

"Goth Juice... The most powerful hairspray known to man. Made from the tears of Robert Smith." - Noel Fielding

"I find it a great antidote... lipstick and mirrors and hairspray." - Joanna Lumley

"She stopped at the desk and held up a can for his view. "This looks like an ordinary hairspray can, right?" "Of course." he said though he had no idea what hairspray was." - Gena Showalter

"Amanda Bynes and I have become close since filming 'Hairspray.' It's so weird because I grew up watching her." - Zac Efron

"We shot 'High School Musical' in eight weeks. I spent longer rehearsing for 'Hairspray' than filming 'High School Musical'." - Zac Efron

"I'm a pageant girl from Texas, so I like makeup and hairspray. And the smoky eye? I think I was born with it!" - Eva Longoria

"Sometimes when I'm dancing and don't put in enough hairspray, I wind up looking like a... what's the animal with needles? Porcupine." - Eva Simons

"Mark Twain supposedly observed, 'Don't pick a fight with anyone who buys ink by the barrel and paper by the ton.' Of course, today, he probably would have added, 'And hairspray by the gallon'." - Thomas F. Calcagni

"The most dangerous lechers and creeps are not drunks wearing rags on the street, but respectable men wearing hairspray, pinstripes, and wedding rings who lurk in the halls of power." - Michelle Malkin

"I actually had less time and the exact same budget on Hairspray, which was few years ago and this is a much bigger movie [then Rock of Ages]. That's the way studios do it now." - Adam Shankman

"My hair's actually really thin, but I just throw some hairspray into it and make sure it's been a couple days dirty, and then it goes the direction that you want it, literally!" - Lights

"At the premiere of Hairspray on Broadway, Harvey Fierstein's mom said to my mom, "Didn't we raise great sons?" and my mother just started sobbing, because I'm sure they'd both been through other nights when people didn't say that." - John Waters

"Hairspray is the only movie I made that's subversive, because they're doing it in every high school in America. A man's playing a woman, and two men sing a love song to each other." - John Waters

"Little Zac had it easy - but he didn't realize he had it easy, so he took it for granted. I think going through 'Hairspray' and other projects helped me learn about the business and life in general." - Zac Efron

"I think people assume I only do light things because of the movies that are like 'Hairspray' and 'John Tucker Must Die.' But I think it's all just based on material that I really like and that speaks to me." - Brittany Snow

"Okay, I'll say I would go back in time and bring scientists with me and create a hairspray that would not cause global warming. But it would still give us '80s hair." - Julianne Hough

"Barack Obama and Jimmy Hoffa are like Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Lady Gaga and hype, the 'Jersey Shore' cast and hairspray: inseparable. The president can no more disown the Teamsters Union's leader than he can disown his own id." - Michelle Malkin

"Probably the most cold-hearted thing I ever did. There was this spider in my shower - and I'm usually very kind to all of the creatures of the world - and you feel very vulnerable when you're naked, and I didn't really want to be near this spider he was kinda big and gnarly looking. The only thing that I could reach in the shower was this hairspray. So I hairspray-ed this spider to death, which was awful. I felt like such a jerk. It was really, really harsh." - Patrick Stump

"My skirt fell off on stage during a performance of Hairspray on Broadway, revealing my fat suit over my own natural fat suit. I turned to the audience and said, 'Now you know why I spent six years in a square.'" - Bruce Vilanch

"I remember seeing 'Hairspray' when I was 15, and it is such a luxury to be able to see a Broadway show, and it is so hard to do if you don't live in New York - plus, it can be expensive to go to the theatre all the time, too." - Nikki Blonsky

"'Hairspray' was a movie turned Broadway musical turned Hollywood remake, and that is the 'Lion King' circle of life as we know it in Times Square, the creative loop that swings for the stars and sometimes crashes into the upper deck." - James Wolcott

"I got the regular call, that they were doing a Broadway musical of Hairspray, and would I come and audition. I was familiar with the movie, because at the time it came out my lover wrote for Premiere magazine, and we had to see everything." - Harvey Fierstein

"'Hairspray' was my first Broadway show. In the meantime, after the show was over, I would go down and do gigs at these clubs that I wasn't even old enough to get into. That continued on, and I think what ended up happening was that I just got these incredible opportunities on Broadway." - Laura Bell Bundy

"With Hairspray, we had a great experience. I always think of the last time I saw Divine: He was in the last booth in the back of the Odeon. Now every time I go in there, I look at that table. It was a wonderful night.Hairspray had been out a week; it was a hit. If I had to pick a night that was going to be the last night." - John Waters

"I never in a million years thought I would be starring in Hairspray, ever. Because if you think about my past, it's been 30 years of playing a macho leading man, so when I was offered it, I said: "Why? Why me? What have I done to deserve that you think I should do this?" After much convincing, over a year and two months, I was convinced they wanted to make a great movie." - John Travolta