Celebrity quotes: Pierce Brosnan on the next Bond, Sheryl Crow trounces Trump

Irish actor Pierce Brosnan

"He [Daniel Craig] will do the next movie, and then I think Tom Hardy could be a good Bond".

Pierce Brosnan reveals his choice for the next Bond to the Mail On Sunday's Event magazine.

"He's without compassion and empathy and, dare I say, without a full breadth of knowledge of what our country is founded on."

Singer Sheryl Crow airs her views on American president Donald Trump at the Isle of Wight festival.

"I've been absolutely astonished at the result that that programme has had. I never imagined there would be quite so many of you who would be inspired to want change."

Sir David Attenborough on the response to plastic pollution after Blue Planet II.

"It was a bit nerve-wracking to see so many personal things portrayed that you thought was a good idea to talk about once, but, to see it on stage, you just want to stick needles in your eyes."

Singer and actress Cher tells The Graham Norton Show her thoughts on seeing excerpts of musical The Cher Show.

"Some things have started to make sense. I mean, you accept it or you don't. And I think the best way to accept it is with open arms".

Kylie Minogue muses about turning 50 this year in an interview with The Sun.

"It's insulting to say that I spent 30,000 dollars on wine. Because it was far more."

Johnny Depp tells all in a candid interview with Rolling Stone magazine.

"I wouldn't want our shows to be in competition because I just think we're a very different beast."

John Bishop says he is not in competition with fellow chat show host Piers Morgan

"I still have imposter syndrome. I still think someone is going to rumble me."

Emma Willis tells Red magazine about her career fears.

"I'll NEVER forget the sound of the crowd when Robbie Williams showed up to sing Angels, that was UNREAL!! Thank you to Robbie, that was such a spectacular moment and it meant so much to so many people, including me."

Taylor Swift's message on Instagram after Robbie Williams joined her on stage during a London performance.

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