Celebrity quotes: Mark Gatiss on Brexit, Sheridan Smith on the wheels coming off
"Brexit, to me, is like slitting your own throat and going to bed saying: 'I'll see how I am in the morning'."
Mark Gatiss gets frank with The Guardian about his feelings over Britain leaving the European Union.
"I managed to keep it going for a long time, but the wheels were coming off and when I crashed it was a big bang."
Sheridan Smith spoke to The Daily Telegraph's Review magazine about her mental health issues.
"I'm not saving lives or anything, I'm doing a bit of TV, I'm enjoying myself and then I'll go home after."
New Top Gear host Freddie Flintoff told ITV's Loose Women how he's feeling ahead of his new gig.
"Back then you just believed anything you read on the cover of a tabloid. Many times it wasn't true, or it was like a third of the truth."
Jennifer Lopez told InStyle it was harder to live through the "tabloid era" than in the age of social media.
"I eat Christmas pudding once a month. In the January sales, they are giving them away. I had one last week so I'm in my Spanx now."
Richard E Grant reveals his all-year round Christmas habit.
"The main thing is to keep challenging it so it doesn't just turn into a hashtag or a fashion statement. It's not a handbag, it's people's lives."
Actress Jessica Barden has called on people in the entertainment industry to continue to challenge inequality.
"He truly is the best decision I ever made in my life, to hitch my wagon to Danny Moder."
Julia Roberts spoke about her husband to Gwyneth Paltrow on the former's Goop podcast.
"I talk so much, most of the time, and I just don't know what to say now."
Great British Bake Off winner Rahul Mandal was speechless after his recent victory.
"The turning point for me was when Prince Harry came forward and was talking about his problems and the fact he needed help when his mum died."
TV doctor Christian Jessen hailed the Duke of Sussex for his work in highlighting male mental health issues.