Paloma Faith: I dislike the culture of trying to pit women against each other

Here's a look at what celebrities have been saying this week

English singer Paloma Faith

"I feel like they don't stick a camera in the loser's faces and say 'oh look at them' and it's all this weird culture of trying to pit women against each other and I don't like it."

Paloma Faith says she was upset by claims she was bitter at losing out to Dua Lipa at the Brit Awards (PA)

"I deeply regret the comments I made about Mick in the WSJ (Wall Street Journal) which were completely out of line."

Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards apologises on Twitter after saying father-of-eight bandmate Sir Mick Jagger should have "the snip".

"For a long time, men weren't respecting women. They weren't understanding mother Earth, mother nature, the motherland, all the motherly stuff. And now we are."

Grime star Skepta talks to GQ magazine about the MeToo movement.

"Girls are just really hard on themselves. The sexiest thing you can be is confident. When you are really just free with your life, your body, it's so much more attractive."

Pamela Anderson talks body image on Piers Morgan's Life Stories.

People are very opinionated about my bump. I choose to cradle my bump because it's MINE. I've waited for this VERY short moment for YEARS. I will touch my bump and love my bump as often as I choose."

Khloe Kardashian hits out after apparently being criticised for the way she cradles her baby bump.

"It turned from a challenge that was gruelling and physically demanding to one which was potentially life-threatening."

DJ Greg James talks to BBC Breakfast about having to postpone his Sport Relief challenge.

"We thought we'd make it a trilogy. Baby three coming September! Couldn't be happier."

McFly star Tom Fletcher announces on Instagram he is to become a father for the third time.

"Of course Hollywood always gets a lot of attention, but (there is a) ripple effect to everyone, other walks of life, where they haven't had that voice."

Kylie Minogue praises the Time's Up movement.

"Filming was a little bit complicated because he was a little ill at the time but he was a consummate professional."

Jonathan Rhys Meyers talks to Good Morning Britain about filming with the late John Hurt.

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