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Famous people — they say the darndest things.
This year proved to be a goldmine of cringe-worthy, hilarious and downright entertaining turns of phrase, and not just in the political world.
See if you can match the quotes to the public figures who said them.
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Who said it?
Actor Charlie Sheen
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
Radio host Howard Stern
Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner
Duterte bragged about his womanizing habits while speaking to business leaders at an event in April during his campaign for president, according to The New York Times.
Who said it?
Actor Shia LaBeouf
Singer Justin Bieber
Singer Miley Cyrus
Bieber talked about his monkey getting confiscated in Germany during a GQ interview in February.
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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory
Russian President Vladimir Putin
Maine Gov. Paul LePage
LePage encouraged public executions of drug traffickers while giving a radio interview in January, according to CNN.
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President-elect Donald Trump
Former New York congressman Anthony Weiner
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton
Clinton made the joke during a speech in August.
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Actress Jennifer Lawrence
Actress Lena Dunham
Singer Lady Gaga
Comedian Amy Schumer
Lawrence talked about her red carpet struggles during an interview with Harper’s Bazaar magazine in April.
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Journalist Megyn Kelly
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson
American soccer player Hope Solo
Mr. Trump bragged about his temperament during a debate against Hillary Clinton in September.
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Rapper Nicki Minaj
Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt
Rapper Kanye West
Bolt declared himself the greatest after winning his third-straight Olympic 200 meter gold medal in August. (Of course, Muhammad Ali famously said it first.)
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Sen. Bernie Sanders
Kanye tweeted this declaration in March.
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich
Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson
“SNL” character “Girl You Wish You Hadn’t Started a Conversation With at a Party”
The name of the Syrian city was foreign to Johnson during an MSNBC interview in September.
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Fitness coach Bob Harper
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow
First lady Michelle Obama
Pope Francis warned young people at World Youth Day in July that the world doesn’t need “couch potatoes” who “escape to the world of video games.”
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