Celebrity quotes: Taron Egerton, Saira Khan, Danny Dyer and Prue Leith
"It damn near killed me, actually, and I don't say that lightly."
Actor Taron Egerton talks about his plans to return to his role in the Kingsman films after taking a break for the third instalment.
"As women get older, our lives consist of being parent, wife, friend, but we forget to put ourselves out of our comfort zone."
Broadcaster Saira Khan talks to Hello! magazine.
"I'm not going to lie, it certainly gave my career a boost. It has engulfed my whole family."
EastEnders star Danny Dyer tells The Big Issue about the impact of his daughter Dani's success.
"He is amazingly ambitious, and you think, of all his bakes - if he ever got into trouble it's because he wanted to do too much. And he's very, he knows exactly what he's doing."
Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith tells Sunday Brunch about this year's winner, Rahul Mandal.
"I'm such a feminist, I really do believe that my generation can change the world, I hope it's going in the right direction."
Singer Zara Larsson talks about her latest single, Ruin My Life, and why she's outspoken on feminism.
"Ann Widdecombe is the epitome of Strictly Come Dancing, in my opinion."
Anton du Beke tells It Takes Two about his partner for the forthcoming Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special.
"I knew I'd enjoy it. I don't normally make decisions based on anything other than joy. I hoped it would be joyful and gleeful and it was."
BBC newsreader Kate Silverton says an emotional goodbye after becoming the latest celebrity to exit Strictly Come Dancing.
"I've never spoken publicly about what my religious beliefs are. I'm not professed to be a Muslim."
Singer Zayn Malik tells British Vogue that, while he has a spiritual belief, he does not subscribe to the tenets of Islam.