- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Answers compiled by Kelly Jane Torrance, who also composed the questions.

I‘m a film star, and I always thought that entitled me to a bit of fun. You might have heard about my escapades with my nanny. But that’s just it - I always seem to choose the most indiscreet women.

I had a one-night stand with a nobody, and she somehow managed to get pregnant. I suppose I shouldn’t have believed her when she said she was on the pill. Worse yet, the embarrassment continues. She’s on the cover of Hello! magazine, along with the child, and got $300,000 to kiss and tell.

How can I figure out which no-name women will want to brag about shagging a star and which will keep quiet?

- Jude Law

Dear Jude,

If passion drives you, let reason hold the reins.

- Benjamin Franklin

I‘ve Twittered about my late friend Michael Jackson’s new performance film, “This Is It.” I said it’s the single most brilliant piece of filmmaking I have ever seen - and I’ve been in quite a number of great films.

Some people think my comments were nothing but hyperbole. I talked about how “genius” wasn’t a big enough word to describe Michael and said the film should be Oscar-nominated in every possible category. But I spoke from the heart - I really meant what I said. I really do think people should memorize this film.

How do I convince people that I speak the truth?

- Elizabeth Taylor

Dear Elizabeth,

An exaggeration is a truth that has lost its temper.

- Kahlil Gibran

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