Words matter. These are the best Ricky Quotes from famous people such as Jes Macallan, Tate McRae, Ricky Williams, Brad Paisley, Keith Thibodeaux, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Ricky Whittle’s abs, they should be in a museum. They’re crazy.
I would love a career on Broadway. It’s always been my dream ever since I was a little girl and some of my biggest idols are on Broadway right now, like Melanie Moore and Ricky Ubeda.
I think Ricky Williams had his time in the limelight. And I think it was good for what it was worth, and that was that.
I tended to lean towards the guys who both sang and played, such as Ricky Skaggs, Vince Gill, Steve Wariner… And at the other end of the spectrum, I had Eric Clapton in a rock and blues sense, jazz guys such as Tal Farlow and Les Paul… Then Chet Atkins-type stuff.
I would rather have played a character like Opie than Little Ricky.
I believe it’s going to be easier to stop Ricky Hatton than it will be to stop Lovemore N’dou.
I fought on the undercard of a show headlined by Ricky Hatton and Floyd Mayweather Jr. There was almost no one in the arena then. But when Hatton and Mayweather came out, every seat was filled. There had to be 16,000 or 17,000 people in there. The place was going crazy.
Jim Crockett could just advertise Ricky Steamboat and Ric Flair, and we would do great numbers just off of the two names being hooked up for the evening. Fans knew we’d go out there and give them a hell of a match, win, lose or draw.
The support of the coaches Ricky Ponting and Sourav Ganguly… Their experience as a captain, along with the belief they instill in us, is great.
For personality, you’re not going to get better than Ricky Groves. He really goes for it.
They are cheaper to make and easier to do; you can just cram in loads of talent into a format that works and works. But if you look back, a lot of people we love today like French and Saunders, Ricky Gervais and Steve Coogan, all started in sketch shows.
Ricky Gervais would have you believe otherwise, but Sacha Baron Cohen is the most successful British comedian in the world.
I like ‘The Office.’ I particularly like the British version with Ricky Gervais. Of course, I liked the ‘Seinfeld’ show a lot. I thought that was an awfully good show.
You can’t be an openly gay movie star. You can’t be an openly gay pop star, really – minus Ricky Martin.
I haven’t had the recognition I deserve. You can go back to anybody’s career – Ricky Hatton, Joe Calzaghe, David Haye, Amir Khan, Chris Eubank, Nigel Benn, Steve Collins, Naseem Hamed. My record is better than all of theirs. I’ve won against more unbeaten fighters than any of them, had more exciting fights.
I am not gay; I don’t have a relationship with Ricky Martin.
Here are the five guys I learned the business from: Barry Windham, Ricky Steamboat, Arn Anderson, Larry Zbyszko, and Bobby Eaton. Those guys taught me how to do everything in the ring. I learned so much from each of them.
Ricky Gervais, met him a couple times. He wouldn’t remember it.
Ricky Hatton stands out; he was known for being a good body puncher.
With Ricky Gervais, it’s all shades of wrong, it’s my kind of humor.
When I played in the Australia team the captains were all nerds. Allan Border was a nerd, Mark Taylor was a nerd, Steve Waugh was definitely a nerd and Ricky Ponting too.
I’m a pretty big Ricky Gervais fan.
Ricky Washington is from a Baptist church in Miami, Florida, and he can pretty much sing anything. We just started working it up at soundcheck, and holy smokes, it’s just great! The audience gets to singing. So there’s that stuff to do – find some old obscure R&B stuff – because we can do it justice.
On a daily basis, you’re working with Steve Carell; you’re not working with Ricky Gervais. You try a line, and you can’t be writing for David Brent. You have to be writing for Michael Scott because Steve is Michael Scott.
Much like Jennifer Lopez or Ricky Martin who might have started with a hardcore Latin fan-base, I’ll always remember what my foundation was.
People think because I’m crazy, I don’t know anything. My dad played bass with Hector Lavoe, with Marc Anthony, with Ricky Martin, with people who had nothing to do with reggaeton. I grew up watching him play all kinds of instruments. It’s something I carry in my blood.
The moment I realised anyone could be watching – and this is going to sound so name-droppy – was when Ricky Martin reached out to me on Coming Out Day 2012. The Internet has this massive potential, and you can never know the effect you might have on others by just being yourself.
Ricky Gervais has jokes about people with disabilities, but do I think that’s a healthy thing? Yes, I really do, because he’s chosen his targets very carefully, and he’s thought about what he’s doing.
Before Ricky Gervais came along, I was a jobbing actress and perfectly content if a little unfulfilled: I’d just done an advert for Imodium. That year, 1999, I auditioned for four parts. ‘The Office’ was the only one I got. What its success gave me was freedom of choice.
I went on tour with Ricky Skaggs and his wife, Sharon White, and the White Family in 2015. It was fantastic. They’re all the greatest singers of that country stuff, traditional country up into bluegrass.
If I was a research scientist, I’d want people to say, ‘You know what, he’s a great research scientist, that Ricky Gervais. He’s really good, really good.’ You know, I’d go to award ceremonies for research scientists and go, ‘Yeah, I really worked hard, yeah.’ It’s brilliant.
‘Rick’ never really fit. I tried for 18 years to make it work, and no one wanted to call me Rick. It should always have been Ricky. That’s what it always should have been, so I’m going back to it.
I came to work one day, and Ricky was playing music on his guitar, just snickering. He played me the riff that turned out to be ‘Rock Lobster,’ and it was hilarious. He was just trying to be funny. His guitar style made it moodier, and it really is a driving song, but it does have that funny humor to it.
When they asked me, ‘Do you want to work on Ricky Gervais’ new series?’ did I say, ‘Hang on, I’ll have a think about that. I’m very busy at the moment. I’ve got to do a gig above a pub for 10 quid tonight?’ Of course I didn’t! I said, ‘Yes, please! It’s the new Ricky Gervais show, for God’s sake!’
You know, this whole thing about Ricky Martin, and how successful that young man is. He’s 27, I was 29.
It’s a weird one: nobody notices when a brilliant comedian is fat or has sweat marks under their arms. Peter Kay isn’t in the best shape and neither is Ricky Gervais, and it doesn’t matter. Still, I like to feel like I’m transforming into something quite cool when I go on stage.
Tom Cruise’s attorney said he is going to sue anyone who claims he is gay. In a related story, Ricky Martin’s attorney has been hospitalized for exhaustion.
Nobody gives a damn that I was in ‘Head Of The Class,’ but when they know I was Ricky in ‘Better Off Dead,’ they’re like ‘Holy crap, man! You were Ricky.’ They go crazy.
I’ve always wanted to work with Ricky Gervais.
The Ricky that the public see, whether it be on screen as a character, in public, or on social media, is very outgoing, and I’m a bit of a class clown. Then those who are closest to me know that I can be very sensitive. I can be quite insecure about myself.
Shortly after I started in bluegrass, Ricky Skaggs and I got together and the bluegrass career just snowballed. Being 15 or 16 and making good money playing music was pretty attractive.
If you look at the exports, Sasha Baron Cohen, Simon Pegg, Ricky Gervais, all these actors are comedians arent they? But they seem to be excelling in the dramatic world as much as the comedy world, so I think the days of people saying if youre a comedian, you wont get drama I think thats all out of the window now.
I hope our legacy will be enduring and that people think of us as an important band. But I think Ricky’s guitar playing, our style of writing, the fact that we had men and women in the band and gay and straight, I think it’s an important band, and the way we wrote by jamming, we really had a different approach.
I would love to fight Ricky Hatton.
I listened to a lot of Ricky Skaggs’ Country stuff.
It doesn’t matter how many people say ‘well, everyone makes mistakes Ricky, you’ve had a great career you should be proud of yourself’ but that doesn’t mean much compared to what goes on between my ears.
Adam Gilchrist and Ricky Ponting are anything but conventional, and you can’t frown on Steve Waugh for playing his slog-sweep because it’s so effective.
When I turned 18, my agent was like, ‘You should change from Ricky to Rick.’ So I thought it was a good idea. Rick never really fit. I tried for 18 years to make it work, and no one wanted to call me Rick. It should always have been Ricky. That’s what it always should have been, so I’m going back to it.
Ricky Williams, in my opinion, was one of the better guys in the league.
There have been many great fighters like Jake LaMotta, Roberto Duran, and Ricky Hatton. Hatton was a great inside fighter.
Ricky Hatton has no sense of anticipation of what’s coming his way. You can teach him all you want, but he doesn’t have those instincts.
I think I should I have beaten Ricky Hatton. I never thought he was so great, I really think I have the style to beat him. I never thought he was that good, you know.