Quotes: Olivia Coleman's Bafta, Ross Kemp on BarbaraWindsor's Alzheimer's

The Favourite star Olivia Colman with her Bafta

"This is for all three of us. It's got my name on it but we can scratch on some other ones."

Olivia Colman says she will share her leading actress Bafta for The Favourite with her co-stars Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone.

"Barbara has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's but she still knows who I am."

Ross Kemp tells the Daily Star Sunday that his former EastEnders co-star Dame Barbara Windsor still recognises him.

"He's 6ft 2in, he's 24 stone, and still growing... I love him so much, he's my absolute life, but he's just hard work now."

Katie Price tells This Morning why she is putting her son Harvey into residential care.

"My mum came here and people followed her down the street and asked her where her tail was. You know, this is the stuff our grandparents and parents experienced."

Sir Lenny Henry told how his mother suffered racist abuse when she arrived in the UK from Jamaica, while speaking at a screening of BBC Four's Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle.

"When he went, 'we can't lift you', [I thought] we know that Jason... I would love to have been spun around for a count of eight. But unfortunately I had to skate for all my counts of eight. I was exhausted at the end of it."

Gemma Collins shares her thoughts on This Morning about Dancing On Ice judge Jason Gardiner's comments on her weight.

"The reality is I'm not there... So we decided my role was provider. That was what was decided, with my mother-in-law and my wife! You have got to sort out what's right for you, not an idyll to be copied."

MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace talks about his role as a father when he and his wife Anna welcome their first baby together.

"Listen, if I had the money, I would be back to where I used to be, doing 11 bags a day. I'll be straight up honest with you, I would."

Danniella Westbrook made an emotional admission about her battle with drugs on The Jeremy Kyle Show.

"I guess this year we really stepped up."

Dua Lipa appeared to take a dig at Recording Academy president Neil Portnow – who last year said female artists should "step up" after complaints about male-dominated nominations – while accepting her Grammy Award for best new artist.

"Doctor Foster is like my favourite show right now because it's about catching that cheating, lying, scumbag and the way she caught him – oh my goodness, amazing."

Mary J Blige reveals she is a huge fan of British TV show Doctor Foster at the Baftas.

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