Showbiz Quotes: Adrian Dunbar on playing Ted Hastings, Kylie on not having kids
"I'm not going to get anything better than Ted. That's not going to happen, so don't worry. And I'd miss everybody too much."
Line Of Duty's Adrian Dunbar tells Radio Times magazine that his role as Superintendent Ted Hastings in the drama is the best role he will ever have, and that he would miss it if he left.
"Realistically, you're getting to the late side of things. And, while that wasn't on my agenda at the time, it changed everything. I don't want to dwell on it, obviously, but I wonder what that would have been like."
Kylie Minogue tells Sunday Times Style magazine that she has accepted that she will not have children after her cancer diagnosis at 36 altered the course of her life.
"I think a really interesting story would be Melania Trump. You would sort of film with her in this kind of gilded cage that she inhabits. There's something of 'could she have known what she was signing on for?'"
Louis Theroux says that he would love to make a documentary about Donald Trump's wife.
"They just keep trying to find a hook to hang their beef about me being alive on. Now I'm fighting ageism, now I'm being punished for turning 60."
Madonna talks about ageism within the music industry to British Vogue, saying that people think she is not "young enough".
"When Piers Morgan joined Good Morning Britain in 2015, I'd been teetotal for seven months. Believe it or not, he drove me to the booze again."
Susanna Reid tells Prima magazine about the impact her Good Morning Britain co-star Piers Morgan had on her personal life.
"What we need to encourage people to do is then, once they have watched the telly, is to step out into the real world – not just watch everything remotely."
Kate Humble tells the Press Association that TV viewers need to get outside to enjoy nature, rather than just watch programmes such as Planet Earth or Springwatch.
"When I got my job on Strictly Come Dancing I didn't want to be known as 'Amy with Crohn's.' I wanted to establish myself as 'Amy the dancer' first. But I've done two seasons on the show now, and I think it's important to speak out."
Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden reveals her secret battle with Crohn's disease to Hello! magazine.
"I think my experience from the show is one of the main reasons I've signed myself up to something as challenging as this and hopefully it's just the first of many."
Wayne Bridge tells the Press Association that his next sporting challenge – running the Marathon des Sables, a 156-mile ultra-marathon in the Sahara desert – was inspired by winning Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
"Just to clarify, my decision to leave was made in August last year and has nothing to do with ANYONE at Coronation Street. I didn't make it lightly and I am going to miss every single person there."
Coronation Street star Lucy Fallon tweets about her decision to leave the soap, responding to speculation over the recent spate of departing cast-members.