Well no, I think we won't have that problem but as far as paparazzi I'm speaking, I will deal with that.— Brandon Routh
Fascinating Paparazzi quotations
When you have the paparazzi hiding in the bushes outside your home, the only thing you can control is how you respond publicly.
I'm not bothered by the paparazzi and I don't feel hemmed in, I've never felt that. My youth, mind you, there wasn't quite the same attention to celebrities as there is now, but I've never felt that.
In France we have a law which doesn't allow the press to publish a photo that you didn't approve. It lets the paparazzi take the picture, but if they publish this picture, you have the choice to sue the newspaper. So me, I always sued them.
I like to sneak in under the radar. I don't have any paparazzi following me or have to deal with that stuff. I'm never in the tabloids. I prefer that.
What I've learned is that you really don't need to be a celebrity or have money or have the paparazzi following you around to be famous.
I see all the red carpet paparazzi stuff and I'm like, 'Really? Do I have to?!' I like to work and I know that's part of the job. But you kind of take it in stride.
I got Moxie, I'm so damn foxy Industry try to block me like cops and paparazzi.
I'm afraid of buying a house or anything, 'cause if there's one paparazzi outside for one day, then they'll never leave.
I think the paparazzi is a necessary evil.
..and if ya don't like it, and ya don't want to do this, go to Iowa and do some community theatre. It's all about self-promotion and it's not always the fun part of it.
The paparazzi terrify and torment people and endanger people and it's really unpleasant.
There are two types of paparazzi. The ones who hide who get you with your mouth hanging wide open or jumping up and down like an idiot on the street. I much prefer them to the ones who come out and follow you.
I try to keep my private life private.
I'm not comfortable being photographed, though I accept it is part of the job.
I used to be a cool chick but I feel like the paparazzi has taken that away from me, like, the way I used to live my life. I used to be a cool chick but I'm not anymore.
I feel sorry for the young people today.
I think there's too much paparazzi and not enough protection.
Sometimes I just want to be left alone and be a normal kid for, like, five minutes. That's tough when the paparazzi are chasing you.
If I have my daughter in the car and they are making me nervous, I'll do whatever I have to do. I keep a whole log. I take pictures of their cars, write down license plate numbers, everything. If they do it again, I can go to the police. I know my rights and, believe me, I will have them arrested. I will stop at nothing.
If an ordinary person parks outside another ordinary person's house for a week, it's considered stalking. If, however, that person is considered newsworthy, it's perfectly legal for paparazzi to do the same thing.
I just think there's more paparazzi, there's more cable TV, there's millions of networks now, there's more paparazzi. People liked gossip then, and they like gossip now.
I am always going to have problems with the paparazzi.
I have had two men outside my house for the last two years, which is frightening at times, but that is my life unfortunately.
I suppose if the offending paparazzi was wearing a hoodie and I shot him, it would all blow over.
I don't really talk about my personal life.
It's a strange and funny and weird thing. Sometimes you have a conversation with someone and the paparazzi snaps a picture of you and people decide you're dating. If I try to answer everything people say, I would be up all night.
I'm not a showbiz person. I just enjoy talking nonsense on the radio. I'm not bothered about going to clubs or the paparazzi, I genuinely prefer my neighbours. Spending time with my family and watching Coronation Street are what I love best. People are just people, aren't they?
I love driving, but sometimes, I'm not too good at it because I spend too much time looking in the rearview mirror if I know I'm being followed. You don't respond like, 'Oh, there's paparazzi.' It's more like, 'There's a man, and he's going to attack me.' That's how your body responds.
I think the paparazzi are absolutely ridiculous.
When we were filming, there was a lot of them. It's different being in L.A., where there are so many celebrities. But, when it was in Vancouver, it was all about the film, so there was paparazzi following us. It's just part of the business.
It seems everyone in the world is now a potential member of the paparazzi.
Most of the time people ask if they can take a picture with their mobiles but increasingly they don't bother to ask.
I can't handle the paparazzi. They're everywhere. One of them was in a dumpster trying to take my photo the other day. It was crazy!
Ask me a question about paparazzi, and I get so heated.
And I feel so bad for young kids of celebrities. My nieces and nephews get yelled at, and I'm like, 'You are yelling at a 2-year-old.'
The beauty about living in Atlanta is that there aren't too many paparazzi here;
you can just relax. And that really works for me and my children.
I don't look at paparazzi photos. And most of my friends don't want to be photographed, so they walk four feet to the side. If you see a photo of me laughing, that's why - because my friends don't want to walk with me.
I hope we don't see no paparazzi today.
Because I'm still getting acquainted with these jogging pants I threw on. Like, 'That's not my statement!'
I've been... chased by paparazzi, and they run lights, and they chase you and harass you the whole time. It happens all over the world, and it has certainly gotten worse. You don't know what it's like being chased by them.
We don't have paparazzi following you in Sweden.
When Britney shaves off all her hair and beats paparazzi with umbrellas - that's what celebrities are supposed to do. They're not supposed to be reasonable, middle-aged guys drinking organic tea talking about semiotics.