Celebrity Quotes: Shania Twain sorry for offending anyone over Trump
"I am passionately against discrimination of any kind and hope it's clear from the choices I have made, and the people I stand with, that I do not hold any common moral beliefs with the current president."
Shania Twain apologises on Twitter to anyone she "offended" by admitting she would have voted for Donald Trump.
"He is an amazing dancer, an amazing person, whose career I have followed for many, many years and I'm extremely proud of what he's achieved both at work and at home."
Shirley Ballas addresses her alleged feud with former Strictly Come Dancing star Brendan Cole in the latest issue of Hello! magazine.
"The times I feel the very best in my soul is when I can use the fact I'm a superhero and I can go and cheer up some sick kids."
Avengers: Infinity War star Chris Pratt tells the Press Association he wants to continue playing Star-Lord for the foreseeable future.
"If it does two million, one million or 500,000, it's not a failure because I made an album where I'm not trying to get there."
Ed Sheeran tells the Sunday Mirror he does not care if his next album flops.
"This industry can be rough and from afar I saw it take a toll on him. I just wish I could have hugged him more and told him it would be OK."
American DJ Skrillex pays tribute to Swedish electronic dance music star Avicii on Instagram following his death aged 28.
"Daniel and I are so happy. We're going to have a little human. We can't wait to meet him or her. It's all such a mystery."
Rachel Weisz tells the New York Times she is expecting her first child with husband Daniel Craig.
When I think of Dale, I think of Mr Showbiz. Out there, giving it all, with a big smile and the tan."
Paul O'Grady writing in the Daily Mirror about his friend Dale Winton, who died aged 62.
You can have the idea you can throw your fists in the air, you can keep fighting, keep marching. I think at the end of the day you really need to start implementing and actually actively starting to put things forward."
Actress Kate Hudson calls for legal steps to follow the Time's Up movement, in an interview with CNBC's Tania Bryer.
"No publisher or publicist will tell me what to put where or how many pages to write."
Kanye West posts a flurry of philosophical messages on Twitter and says they form a book he is writing in "real time".