Celebrity quotes: Jack Whitehall – 'it was like a crass joke I actually regret'
"Anything is a possibility, Ellen. Anything. I mean, George Clooney got married ... that's like an anything can happen."
Jennifer Aniston hints at a Friends reunion as she appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"My beautiful and healthy baby girl arrived February 1st and I just couldn't wait to share this blessing. I've never felt love and happiness like this I could burst. Thank you for understanding."
Kylie Jenner halts rumours about her pregnancy as she confirms she has become a mum with a lengthy Instagram post.
"I'm almost certain that we won't live here for ever because ... I just don't think we will."
TV's James Corden tells the Mail on Sunday's Event magazine that a return to the UK will happen.
"My god, I wish women ran the whole world, don't you? Please let that happen one day."
Actor John Simm tells The Big Issue magazine about his hopes for the future.
"I know that the UK loves a villain, and I think everybody can agree that the house was a lot more interesting because Ann was there."
Celebrity Big Brother winner Courtney Act, whose real name is Shane Jenek, talks about the show's runner-up, former MP Ann Widdecombe.
"I knew it was bad, but the worst part was I couldn't breathe, I physically couldn't breathe, and so, because there was nobody else around, as I was snatching breaths, I was doing it audibly because I thought 'If I stop breathing they'll notice I'm not making sound any more'."
Coronation Street's Antony Cotton tells ITV's This Morning about his Dancing On Ice accident.
"I've had a pretty rubbish year, I've experienced things I never thought I would have to experience."
Former Union J star George Shelley fights back tears as he speaks on ITV's Lorraine nearly nine months after the death of his sister.
"It was when I made a joke about the queen, it was like a crass joke on a panel show, a joke I actually regret."
Comic actor Jack Whitehall tells Kirsty Young on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs about his regret over the lewd joke he made about the queen a few years ago.
"The BBC haven't renewed my contract. They made an editorial decision to not have me on the show."
Brendan Cole tells ITV's Lorraine about being axed from BBC One dancing show Strictly Come Dancing.