Celebrities always have something to say. Here are some choice comments from the last week.
"I haven't danced since I was seven, since I was sacked from ballet because I looked like a big pudding, a rice pudding, that was my nickname."
Anneka Rice tells Radio 2 she has joined this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing.
"My silence on any matters is not a sign of weakness or agreement of what's been said, merely I prefer a quiet life away from my day job!"
Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood responds on Instagram following his split from girlfriend Summer Monteys-Fullam.
"I never want to put a label on what the future's going to be because I don't think anyone can ever do that."
Love Island star Curtis Pritchard responds to questions on Good Morning Britain about his sexuality.
"A mass public shaming, with millions of people saying you are quote-unquote cancelled, is a very isolating experience ... When you say someone is cancelled, it's not a TV show. It's a human being".
Taylor Swift talks to Vogue magazine about her high-profile falling-out with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, which caused fans of the pair to say she was "cancelled".
"I look away from the screen. I ... can't watch it. I think it's ... disgustingly violent. And it should be."
Actress Helen McCrory tells PA she had to look away from the first episode of the new series of her drama Peaky Blinders.
"Today has been an entirely unexpected inventory of who is in my corner. I have to say I couldn't be happier."
DJ Lauren Laverne thanks fans on Twitter for their support after an article criticised her performance as host of Desert Island Discs.
"I've told him I want to get married. I've told him I want him to propose to me on a boat – I've even told him what kind of ring I want. I don't hold back. I put it all out there. He's totally up for it."
Dani Dyer tells the Sunday Telegraph's Stella magazine about her relationship with stockbroker Sammy Kimmence.
"Ever-evolving, changing as partners and individuals, they have decided this is what's best while they both focus on themselves and careers."
A representative for Miley Cyrus tells People magazine that the singer and actor husband Liam Hemsworth have split.
"These screens! It's 24/7. And this idea that their phone is theirs. I like to just restate that the phone is mine, I pay the bill. Every child seems to think it's a human right to have one."
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver tells the Mail On Sunday's You magazine that he is fed up with how much time his children spend on their phones.