Showbiz Quotes: Declan Donnelly goes it alone, Lena Dunham doesn't bite
Celebrities keep us on our toes by speaking out about different matters and making headlines. Have a look at who's been saying what in this week's quotes round-up.
"Thanks for all your lovely messages tonight, they are VERY much appreciated, I'm glad you enjoyed the show. I didn't sleep an awful lot last night so I'm off to bed! Night y'all. D x."
Declan Donnelly thanks fans on Twitter after hosting Saturday Night Takeaway on his own, following his TV partner Ant McPartlin stepping down from his TV commitments when he was charged with drink-driving.
"It was a fairly innocuous joke because, you know, where I'm from we poke fun at our public figures. I think I wasn't quite American enough to be able to say that."
British actress Emily Blunt tells ES Magazine of the backlash over a joke she made about regretting her US citizenship after watching Donald Trump take part in a Republican debate.
"Woke up with this thought: having to deny biting anyone as an adult is its own special hell/not the reality I was hoping to inhabit."
Lena Dunham tweets about having to deny that she was the mystery actress who is reported to have bitten Beyonce on the face.
"For a female artist, it takes a lot more to be taken seriously if you're not sat down at a piano or with a guitar, you know? For a male artist, people instantly assume they write their own music, but for women, they assume it's all manufactured."
Singer Dua Lipa speaks about sexism in the music industry with British GQ.
"@NewYorker I'm doing just fine. Thick skin bolstered by garish tattoos."
Ben Affleck tweets US magazine The New Yorker about an article entitled The Great Sadness Of Ben Affleck, and quips about the "garish" inkings on his back.
"30 years ago today I married this amazing man. Still miss him every day."
Debbie McGee makes a Twitter tribute to her late husband Paul Daniels on what would have been their 30th wedding anniversary.
"Jesus has changed my life. Easter is not about a bunny, its a reminder that my Jesus died on the cross for my sins and then rose from the dead defeating death! I believe this happened and it changes everything!"
Justin Bieber shares an impassioned Easter message on Instagram about how Jesus changed his life.