Celebrity Quotes: Dani Dyer as Bridezilla, Sir Patrick Stewart to boldly go again
"Marriage is stress. I will stress out, I'll be Bridezilla!"
Love Island winner Dani Dyer talks to Caroline Flack during The Reunion show on ITV2.
"It is, therefore, an unexpected but delightful surprise to find myself excited and invigorated to be returning to Jean-Luc Picard and to explore new dimensions within him."
Sir Patrick Stewart delights fans with a message on social media confirming he will reprise his Star Trek role.
"We need to be listening to the ones who don't have millions behind their name. But they don't sell papers."
Pop star Gabrielle talks to the Guardian about #MeToo and suggests the focus should be on ordinary women who have suffered abuse, rather than celebrities.
"It's all about immigration and (Nigel) Farage and (Boris) Johnson. I cannot stand either of them. If I was in a lift with Farage I'd rip him to shreds."
Paul O'Grady hits out at pro-Brexit heavyweights in an interview with the Mirror.
"I remember being at a funeral in my full robes and a bloke pinching my arse."
Rev Kate Bottley speaks about an incident on The Naked Podcast, in which the guest and hosts Kat Harbourne and Jenny Eells strip off.
"I've always drunk too much, I've always drunk too quickly, so I'm giving up drinking altogether forever as a result of what happened to me."
TV star Richard Bacon tells the Times he is focusing on being healthy after recovering from a mystery illness.
"People had started to lose respect for me, but not an irredeemable amount. The fact that I knew I was building on something that wasn't destroying made me feel really strong. Because I knew that one more time and that's it."
The 1975's frontman Matthew Healy tells American music magazine Billboard about going to rehab for his heroin addiction.
"Kim saying that I'm the least interesting to look at – who even speaks like that? You don't say things like that. You guys just have really different values than me."
Kourtney Kardashian and her sister, Kim Kardashian West, are at each other's throats as season 15 of their reality TV show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, returns.
"This took 15 years so we might leave it another 15 years for the next!"
Mark Gatiss suggests it may be a long time again before he and his co-stars from BBC comedy The League Of Gentlemen plan to do any more TV work with the show's characters.