Celebrity quotes: Strictly winner Ore Oduba tells where he keeps his trophy
"For the first time in our adult lives, WE HAVE A GUEST LOO !!! Finally, can put this to good use ... *note to all guests, any misuse and you'll be out without so much as a wipe!"
Strictly Come Dancing winner Ore Oduba reveals on social media where he has stashed his glitterball trophy.
"I hope to encourage (others) and make a step against the stigmatisation of people who through their own behaviour or through no fault of their own were infected with HIV."
Eurovision winner and Austrian drag queen Conchita Wurst reveals on Instagram that she is HIV positive and has been living with the virus for many years.
"I would like the memorial to take place in a celebratory way – in a theatre."
Sir Ian McKellen tells the Sunday Times that he has already planned his funeral.
"That @beyonce Coachella performance was hands down one of the greatest performances I have ever seen!!"
Singer Sam Smith joins a host of other stars on social media in praising Beyonce's performance at the Coachella festival at the weekend.
"@khloekardashian I'm so happy for you! Your baby girl is so beautiful! You are so strong, you made that look so easy! I can't wait for our baby girls to grow up as best friends the way we are! I'm so happy I was able to return the favor of holding your leg while you pushed LOL."
Kim Kardashian West shares her excitement at the arrival of her sister Khloe's first baby, a daughter.
"I think England is so excited, I mean, it's so great, isn't it? They look so happy."
Victoria Beckham appears to confirm on James Corden's The Late Late Show that she and husband David will be guests at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
"Really, I have people look at me as if I am going to take out a baseball bat and crack them in the head at any given moment."
The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan says his terrifying role in the hit series has led to him receiving abuse in the street.
"I was about to jump up on the stage and kick some ass. I really thought something was going down, like a hijack or something."
Actor Dwayne Johnson tells The Graham Norton Show he wanted to run on stage and "kick some ass" during the now-infamous Oscars blunder last year.
"It was too heavy a burden to carry and I simply couldn't do that any more. I sought and received treatment, I put positive people around me and I got back to doing what I love – writing songs and making music."
Singer Mariah Carey tells US publication People about her struggle with bipolar disorder.