Showbiz Quotes: Martin Compston, Lady Gaga, Gary Barlow, Harry Redknapp
"I never thought I'd be cast as a lead in a primetime BBC show, I just never thought I'd be someone Middle England would respond to."
Line Of Duty star Martin Compston speaks to students studying TV fiction writing at Glasgow Caledonian University.
"I am so deeply moved I've been in tears all morning."
Singer Lady Gaga shares an emotional post on Instagram after receiving five Grammy nominations.
"I don't care what people think, I love her like mad, she's my life."
I'm A Celebrity winner Harry Redknapp tells Good Morning Britain about his wife, Sandra, and their 54-year relationship.
"I defy anyone not to cry."
Actor Nicholas Hoult talks about his latest role in the BBC's adaptation of Watership Down.
"I was on a Victoria's Secret shoot and it was a big turning point for me to see those women with scars and stretch marks and bruises. Who's to say it's even a flaw?"
Model Chrissy Teigen talks to Elle magazine about photoshopping.
"You can pick up several magazines and know how women deal with things... For some reason men don't talk about those things, so I think I felt it was important for me, as a man, to talk about that."
Gary Barlow tells Desert Island Discs he wanted to be open about the death of his daughter because "men don't talk about these things".
"I've had this renaissance of purpose. The worse the world gets, the more I feel I know what we are doing."
Actress Juliet Stevenson after being awarded a lifetime achievement award at the annual Women in Film and TV (WFTV) awards.
"My son is five-and-a-half and when we read together, it's the most magical time. But I know that's a luxury not everybody has. So as prime minister I'd improve that situation."
David Walliams tells the Radio Times what he'd do if he was running Britain.
"I don't think I was ever inhibited by class. Education breaks all those barriers, really."
Downton Abbey star Jim Carter reflects on his background.