Celebrity Quotes: Coleen Nolan's online abuse, Paul O'Grady misses Bullseye
Celebrities often make headlines for things they've said. Here are the best quotes from famous faces over the past week
"THE fact people were threatening to kill me and saying 'I hope you die of cancer' just floored me."
Coleen Nolan tells OK! magazine about the online abuse she received following her on-air bust-up with Kim Woodburn on Loose Women.
"He was a sweet little dog and sadly missed."
Paul O'Grady tells listeners to his BBC Radio 2 show of his heartache at the death of his dog Bullseye.
"In a way, with the new Me Too movement, I think this is a really good time for it, and that's what really inspired them to actually come here to the West End to do it."
Country music star Dolly Parton on her play, 9 To 5 The Musical, which is opening at The Savoy theatre in London.
"It's a high standard to live up to, and now that my wife has seen the film, every so often, if I fail to live up to his standards, she casually looks at me and says 'Marty wouldn't do that'."
Armie Hammer tells The Graham Norton Show about his character in On The Basis Of Sex.
"I can't wait to see what the UK queens have got in store – it's going to be sickening."
Comedian Alan Carr has been confirmed as a celebrity judge on the UK version of RuPaul's Drag Race.
"Lou Reed claimed nicotine was harder to quit than heroin. It is. Quitting heroin is like hell, but it's a short hell. I mean, the actual process."
The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards speaks to Mojo magazine about cutting down on alcohol and cigarettes.
"I slept rough for no more than 10 days before the grim reality kicked in and sent me home with my dirty, unwashed tail firmly between my legs."
Shane Richie tells the Daily Mirror about his life as a struggling actor.
"I love my glam!! 10 months after giving birth and I'm finally feeling like I'm getting my mojo back!"
Khloe Kardashian shares a photograph of her new haircut on Instagram.
"The book is quintessentially English. It's not a British book, it's an English book."
Author Neil Gaiman on Amazon Prime Video's long-awaited TV adaptation of his and Sir Terry Pratchett's novel Good Omens.