Showbiz Quotes: Stephen Fry's cancer, Emma Chambers' death, Stormzy on Grenfell
Celebrities often go off-piste when it comes to airing their thoughts. Have a look at who has been saying what in this week's quotes round-up
"Here's hoping I can get another few years left on this planet because I enjoy life at the moment and that is a marvellous thing to be able to say, and I would rather it didn't go away."
Stephen Fry tells his fans in a video shared on Twitter that he is doing well following surgery, after being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
"Emma was a very bright spark and the most loyal and loving friend anyone could wish for. I will miss her very much."
Dawn French pays tribute to her former The Vicar Of Dibley co-star Emma Chambers, who died aged 53.
"Theresa May where's the money for Grenfell? What, you thought we just forgot about Grenfell?"
Rapper Stormzy takes aim at the Prime Minister over the Grenfell Tower fire in a freestyle rap during his performance at the Brit Awards.
"I lost someone very dear to me who really struggled with depression and so it was really important that I did something."
Zoe Ball says she was inspired to take part in a gruelling new challenge for Sport Relief to raise awareness of mental health after the death of her boyfriend Billy Yates – who struggled with depression – last year.
"We have separated and have been for some time. We do however continue as great friends with the utmost respect for one another."
The Crown star Claire Foy says in a statement published in The Sun that she and her husband Stephen Campbell Moore have split.
"Oh and your 'stunt' theories are just ludicrous and a bit weird."
Singer Cheryl hits back on Twitter at reports that her appearance at the Brit Awards with Liam Payne was a "stunt" in order to deflect attention from their rumoured impending split.
"Michael Caine once said the secret to a happy marriage is separate bathrooms. I know most people don't have that luxury, but in our homes, and whenever possible in hotels, we try to keep to that rule. It really does make a difference."
Dame Joan Collins tells The Mail On Sunday Life supplement that the secret to her happy marriage with fifth husband Percy Gibson is separate bathrooms.
"I was told that advertisements represent women's dreams, not reality, and that women dream of looking young. So I had to go. It felt very unjust."
Isabella Rossellini tells the Daily Mail how she felt when she was dropped by make-up brand Lancome at the age of 43.
"I felt ill. I felt like a little kid. I felt like there was a ball in my throat. I thought I was going to cry."
Hollywood star Brendan Fraser alleges in an interview with GQ that he was groped by the former president of the Golden Globe organisers, ex-Hollywood Foreign Press Association head Philip Berk. Berk says that Fraser's account is a "total fabrication".