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Below are some enlightening highlights from the world of celebrity quotes, courtesy of People magazine and other Hollywood news sources...

"Every day I have eaten ham and cheese sandwiches, I can't get enough of them. Wish they had these back in the States." - Jessica Alba

Karen Rodriguez, Naima Adedapo and Haley Reinhart

"To me, Botox is no more unusual than toothpaste. It works. You do it once a year. Who cares?" - Simon Cowell

"I hope Santa Claus rapes your f%*king mothers." - American Idol reject Danny Noriega, in a special holiday video tape that surfaced this week

"I actually texted her. It was really sad. She must be going through a hard time." - Audrina Patridge on the death of Heidi Montag's stepbrother

"Models are back to what they were in the '70s: clothes hangers." - New America's Next Top Model judge Paulina Porizkova

"I'm so happy. I can't ask for anything more ... except big boobs." - Nicole Kidman on pregnancy

"I love everything she does. If she does a poop and I have to change the diaper, I love that!" - Salma Hayek, on her daughter with Francois Henri-Pinault

"I like Britney. Today, first we were dancing slow, and then faster and faster ... Then we did the fish-move and lots of other fun things." - an impressionable 5-year-old after taking a dance class with Britney Spears

"It's just rumors, man." - Adnan Ghalib on reports that he has been cheating on Britney Spears and sending sordid text messages to other girls

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Congratulations to Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban. As confirmed by their grammatically-challenged rep, the pair is expecting a baby.

"The couple are thrilled," Catherine Olim says in a statement.

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

As relayed in this old Vanity Fair article, Nicole Kidman has wanted a child with Keith Urban for many years. Mission accomplished!

George Clooney, meanwhile, quickly chimed in with his thoughts on how Kidman will do as a mother.

"She'll be great," he said of the actress, already mother to Isabella, 15, and Connor, 12, her adopted children with ex-husband Tom Cruise. "She'll be a tall mother."

Kidman now joins other, younger, far less appropriate mothers-to-be in Hollywood. They include Jamie Lynn Spears and Nicole Richie.

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Nicole Kidman is not pregnant, her Australian press representative said.

The rumor that Keith Urban got Nicole Kidman pregnant first reported by the UK's Daily Mail, which said the beautiful Oscar winner, 40, told friends and family over Christmas that she and her husband of 18 months were expecting.

But Australia's Melbourne Herald Sun now quotes Kidman's Australian publicist as denying the Daily Mail's story.

"It is incorrect," the spokeswoman said. "She must have had 30 babies by now."

As for Kidman, says the rep, "She's in Australia making a new film" - director Baz Luhrmann's epic Australia, co-starring Hugh Jackman - "and being with her family in Australia. She's happily ensconced away somewhere having a few days break. It's the silly season. As far as we're concerned, it's just another rumor out of London."

Despite wearing no pants in this classic photo, Nicole Kidman has never given birth to a child. Rumors that she is pregnant right now have apparently been quashed.

Still, a friend of Nicole Kidman's tells the Herald Sun it is "conceivable" that the actress is nearly three months pregnant with Keith Urban's child.

"She did have a small baby bump a month ago, so it would be reasonable that she'd now be three months and telling her friends and family," the unnamed friend, surely very close to Nicole, is quoted as saying.

Kidman and her former husband, Tom Cruise, adopted two children during their 11-year marriage: Isabella Cruise, now 14, and Connor Cruise, 12.

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Nicole Kidman is reportedly following in the recent, knocked up footsteps of Jessica Alba, Jessica Sierra and Jamie Lynn Spears.

According to The Daily Mail, the actress and husband Keith Urban told friends and family over Christmas they they're expecting.

Kidman has talked openly about wanting another baby.

"I'm yearning to have one," she told Vanity Fair in September. "I think I would be very sad if I wasn't able to have a baby. Keith knows I want one, and he has been getting there slowly."

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Despite being set free divorced for over six years, and remarried to a nice country singer, Nicole Kidman apparently still identifies with Tom Cruise.

The statuesque 40-year-old actress, who won Best Actress honors for The Hours), poses for some interesting pics in the new Vanity Fair.

Mom, Daughter, Bear

With her adorable baby niece, Sybella, safely ensconced in her coat, Kidman talks about motherhood and how she can't wait to experience that joy again (she and Cruise have two adopted children, Isabella, 14, and Connor, 12).

As you can see, though, Nicole Kidman has Tom's biological child with Katie Holmes, Suri Cruise, on the mind. Check out this photo comparison:

Suri Cruise, fans surely recall, made her global debut on the cover of Vanity Fair last fall, tucked within her crazy pop's jacked in a rather similar fashion...

Coincidence? We think not. Does anyone care? We also think not. Oh well. Hey, did you hear David Hans Schmidt tried to extort money from TomKat?

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In the new edition of Vanity Fair, cover story Nicole Kidman reveals a side seldom seen - lonely, insecure, lost, and enigmatic.

"From the minute Tom and I were married, I wanted to have babies," Kidman, 40 (and 22 when she met Tom Cruise), tells Vanity Fair. "And we lost a baby early on, so that was really very traumatic. And that's when we would adopt [daughter] Isabella," now 14.

Nicole goes on to say, "There's a complicated background to that, given that I never speak much about many things. One day maybe that story will be told."

Two years later, the Cruises (who were to divorce in 2001, after nearly 10 years of marriage) adopted son Connor Cruise, now 12.

Asked how it felt when she won her 2003 Best Actress Academy Award, for The Hours, Kidman says, "It felt big. It felt lonely and big. You're in a hotel and you're like, okay well, I'm sitting in this big suite with an Oscar, and I still don't have a life. What is wrong with me? It hit home that I needed to get a life. Who do I jump on the bed with, and celebrate with, and order pancakes with?"

She adds, "That was painful, not having that person to share it with. That's why it was more for my mom and dad and my kids. But even the kids were young enough that they were like, 'Oh, cool. Over. Move on. Not interested.' "

It was not until a 2005 Australian promotional event in Los Angeles that Nicole Kidman met country star - and Queensland native - Keith Urban.

"I would probably say two lonely people managed to meet at a time when they could open themselves to each other," she says. "We were frightened and brave."

They married in June 2006; four months later, Keith was in rehab.

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Stop the celebrity gossip presses! Keith Urban has some important news about his famous relationship:

Nicole Kidman is not pregnant.

Urban Outfitted

But when the country singer was asked by the UK's Sunday Times if he's looking forward to fatherhood, he said: "I am. Next year actually would be lovely."

At the moment, though, timing isn't ideal. Kidman is currently Down Under with costar Hugh Jackman, shooting the historical epic Australia for director Baz Luhrmann.

In other shocking news, Urban admitted that he didn't fall in love with Nicole's on-screen persona. He hasn't even seen all her movies! But the man who made Tara Conner look sober says that's a good thing.

"You know, it was a different kind of familiarity" he says, "a mystic familiarity."

As for how the marriage has changed him, Urban can barely even answer the question: "Oh God, in every way. I am more selfless and I am learning so much about myself from loving her. I am more comfortable with who I am because at the core I'm happy. It's a beautiful journey."

Getting down to the important stuff, though, the singer was asked if Kidman makes like Rachael Ray at all. No, we don't mean selling out by shilling for Dunkin Donuts. We mean, does Nicole cook?

"A little bit, yes," Keith says. "But I like being supportive and I've had a good chance to be that. It makes me happy. Having that contentedness now at home means that I actually love being home."

In the end, this music legend battle his addiction every day, but a happy marriage helps the cause.

"I learnt a lot about addiction in the last six months," he says. "I think there's a certain amount of denial in addicts, but also legitimate ignorance about what the problem is, how it manifests itself. It's easy to think, ‘Oh, I just went through a bad patch,' and not realize the core of the problem. The disease of addiction requires a particular way of living every day."

If you're Lindsay Lohan, that way of living involves snorting cocaine and partying into the morning.

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Keith Urban, who has battled cocaine and alcohol addiction, says his wife saved his life. But the kids from her previous marriage? Not so much.

While the 39-year-old country music star hopes one day to have children of his own, he says he doesn't spend much time with Nicole Kidman's kids.

Urban Outfitted

Those would be Connor and Isabella Cruise, Nicole's two adopted kids from her previous marriage with that psycho Tom Cruise.

"I don't get to see the kids as much as probably a lot of stepdads would, but it is a good relationship," he told the UK's Sunday Telegraph.

But the male half of Kurban promises he'd be much more hands-on with his own progeny than he is with any adopted Tom Cruise offspring.

"I am looking forward to fatherhood," he told the paper. "I have always wanted to be a good dad."

"My brother's got two kids and he's an excellent dad and I think we both have that sense of being home and being solid family guys."

She'd definitely be a pregnant beauty like Bridget Moynahan, but don't expect the 39-year-old Kidman to pose for any provocative "baby bump" pictures if the couple goes down that road.

"If we were plastered in the magazines all the time and got pictures willingly, it would wear off and probably people wouldn't want them so much," he says.

In an subtle dig at his insane predecessor, Keith adds: "I would just rather have a more quiet life, like we do. It is relatively quiet compared to most, I think."

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The lovely Nicole Kidman opened up about her marriage to Keith Urban on Oprah Winfrey's Oscar special Thursday night.

"Keith is doing very well," Kidman told fellow Aussie Oscar-winner Russell Crowe, who actually interviewed her. "We've been through a lot."

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban Celebrate

When Crowe began to ask her another question, she interrupted.

"Let me finish that because that will be seen as a superficial answer and I don't like to give those," Nicole Kidman said.

"We've dug really deep. Three months into our marriage we had to dig really deep. And that's what we are doing. We're in the process of doing that."

"Very courageous of him to just pack up his toothbrush and go into rehab," Crowe said. "He must have you at the very forefront of everything he's thinking."

"You'll make me cry now - stop it," Kidman replied.

Kidman and Urban, both 39, wed in June.

In October, Keith Urban checked into rehab for a three-month stay.

The country crooner told Matt Lauer of his relationship with Kidman:

"They say grief makes hearts and closer bonds than joy ever can. We've been through a lot, and she's been extraordinary."

Kidman also told Crowe that she'd like to have more kids. She's already mom to adopted Isabella and Connor Cruise, 14 and 12, respectively, from her days spent married to that crazy Tom Cruise. "Am I going to have a baby? I hope so," she said.

Crowe asked, "Are you going to carry a baby? I would hope so. I want to see you walking around barefoot and pregnant."

"I'd like to see that, too," she replied, smiling.

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Keith Urban says words can't describe the lessons he and his wife have learned from his recent stint in rehab.

"I can't really quantify it, because it's not a soundbite what we've learned," the singer said about himself and Nicole Kidman on Friday's Today show. "But," he added, "it's really profound."

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

Today's Matt Lauer, noting that things had looked good for Urban before he headed to rehab in October â€" he'd married Kidman just four months earlier, and was about to release a new album â€" asked why he later said life had been "unmanageable."

"This disease of addiction, you know, it's nothing to do with contentedness and happiness, because I had all of that," replied Urban, who has admitted to a past addiction to cocaine and previously underwent rehab in 1998. "But I wasn't doing what I should be doing to maintain the road I was on previously, so it was a big wake-up call to get back on the road."

Perhaps the statements made by Amanda Wyatt played a role in Keith's troubles, as well.

But not according to Urban, who just said "it was just time. I could see where it was going. It was coming at me in a way that was very apparent that this is not me, you know what I mean? I think anybody out there who is in this situation recognizes it's not me, it's something else."

Fortunately for fans, Kurban has survived. They're a strong pairing.

No naked picture of Cisco Adler is gonna break this couple up.