Celebrities have been offering their thoughts on life. Here are this week's gems
"People love to know about my personal life, and I've sort of accepted that. But what I've learned about love is that it's not my main priority right now. I don't think it has been for a while."
Singer Rita Ora tells Marie Claire magazine that she has other things to think about than her lovelife.
"There's something liberating and empowering about it, but you're really out there, physically, emotionally and psychologically."
Actress Jennifer Lopez tells ES magazine that it was "liberating and empowering" to strip off in her new film, crime comedy Hustlers.
"Remember next time you fail at something or someone leaves you heartbroken ... let yourself be sad, grieve what didn't happen for a minute but move ON. Better things are waiting for you."
Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon pens a lengthy Instagram post about rejection, saying she once cried for three days after losing a role.
"I'm starting to think about whether I can or whether it would be a good thing. My kids are saying 'Dad, we've got to talk about Glastonbury'."
Sir Paul McCartney hints on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2 that he could be heading to Glastonbury next year.
"I'm absolutely devastated that I'm unable to continue in the competition. I was so excited to hit the dance floor!"
Reality TV star Jamie Laing says he has been forced to pull out of Strictly Come Dancing after injuring himself while recording the launch of the series.
"I don't know whether it's something that's particularly British or whether it's actually something that transcends all around the world - the British are quite good at building you up and then wanting to knock you down."
Ex-Doctor Who star Alex Kingston defends the Duchess of Sussex - suggesting to the PA news agency that Meghan is a victim of tall poppy syndrome.
"I think we've watched the guys do it for the last 40 years, get out of the way, guys, and put a woman up there!"
Pierce Brosnan tells The Hollywood Reporter it would be good to see a female James Bond.
"I modelled the bow/curtsy on Theresa May. She was meeting some royal or another and it was such a preposterous curtsy I thought 'I'm going to have that'."
Actor Kevin Doyle tells a press conference about his inspiration for the curtsy he performs in the Downton Abbey film.
"I'm excited about everything. I'm so grateful to be taking part that I've honestly said 'Thank you' a billion times. My face hurts from smiling so much."
Viscountess Emma Weymouth tells Hello! magazine of the "mad, surreal" experience of being on Strictly Come Dancing.