Celebrity quotes of the week: Lily Allen, Justin Bieber, Chris Evans, Suranne Jones...
"Losing the baby was a trauma... My whole outlook on everything changed after that."
Lily Allen told The Observer that her stillbirth in 2010 prompted her to become more political.
"Our job is to love, not to always agree!"
Justin Bieber offers Kanye West his love, on Instagram, after the rapper sparked controversy by suggested slavery in America was "a choice".
"I just kind of carried on eating. I had a nice time, and then I went home."
Emma Willis talks to Fearne Cotton's Happy Place podcast about being asked to lose weight early in her career.
"He'd probably be great on Strictly, wouldn't he? He would be fantastic."
Darcey Bussell tells the Press Association she would love to see Prince Harry on Strictly Come Dancing.
"Please know that things would have been different if my control of the situation was different."
Gigi Hadid apologises on Twitter for her heavily bronzed appearance on the cover of Vogue Italia.
"If Mum had the first idea I might not have shown up today because of her, she would have been furious."
DJ Chris Evans leaves a note for listeners after pulling out of his Radio 2 breakfast show when his mother died minutes before he was due to go on air.
"This show has taken its toll on me and the subject matter was deeply affecting."
Suranne Jones posts a message to fans on Instagram after pulling out of West End play Frozen – about a mother whose daughter is kidnapped – due to illness.
"When my thoughts get a bit out of control and my mind is rushing, yoga just brings everything back down to earth."
Former Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh tells Women's Health magazine how yoga has helped her mental health.
"He threw great parties and I think that was incredibly corrupting and seductive."
Screenwriter Abi Morgan talks about Harvey Weinstein.