Showbiz quotes: Madonna on being depressed, Daniel Craig on being 007
"I went there, and I thought it was going to be super fun and adventurous but then I found myself just going to school and picking up the kids. I got a little depressed. I had to make friends and meet people."
Madonna tells a Q&A session about how she was driven to create new album Madame X after relocating to Lisbon and becoming "a little depressed".
"I have got a movie to make and that is all that matters. I can't start thinking about what is going to happen in the next couple of years. We all just want to make the best movie we can."
Daniel Craig tells Good Morning Britain that he is focused on making the next James Bond film, and that he is not thinking about when his role as 007 comes to an end.
"I struggle with that sometimes in romantic comedies, I feel like I'm the only loser who has never experienced the third act of most romantic comedies and it just makes me feel very bitter."
Charlize Theron tells the Press Association how she feels about making romantic films while comparing them to her own love life.
"He is doing really well. I spoke to him yesterday and he's feeling great."
Ronnie Wood says that Sir Mick Jagger is doing well as he recovers from heart surgery in an interview with Hello! magazine.
"So... the new album title is actually revealed somewhere in the video AND so is the title of the second single, but I haven't seen people finding them yet... #MEmusicvideo."
Taylor Swift teases fans on Twitter by telling them that there are important details buried within her new music video.
"This is a real name-drop, I have spoken to Ed about it, and Chris Martin. And Adele, right. I think that's a massive blessing, even to mention those people and these are my friends now and they're all of course former Glastonbury headliners."
Stormzy tells Kiss Breakfast that he has gone to some huge stars for advice about his forthcoming Glastonbury headline set.
"I completely understand why a gay actor would feel that this is an opportunity for which they would be better suited. The way I feel about it is that Elton asked me to play him in a movie about his life."
Heterosexual actor Taron Egerton responds to criticism, in Attitude magazine, over his casting as Sir Elton John in the new film Rocketman.
"The best day of my life, thank you to everyone who helped make it so special."
Idris Elba's new wife Sabrina Dhowre posts on Instagram about her April 26 Morocco wedding to the Luther actor.