Quotes of the Week: "Boris Johnson forgets that the Hulk only fights for the good of the whole"
It's been a busy week in the world of showbusiness. Here's what the stars have been saying
"No one knows this, but I thought this was about time I told everybody. I'm in the clear, now, simply because I caught it early. I have so many tests."
Sir Rod Stewart tells a fundraising event that he is free from prostate cancer after around two years of secret treatment.
"Boris Johnson forgets that the Hulk only fights for the good of the whole. Mad and strong can also be dense and destructive."
Incredible Hulk actor Mark Ruffalo questions the Prime Minister's comparison of Brexit Britain to his famous character on social media.
"I have been so looking forward to celebrating the release of my new album with a station and audience that has supported me continuously over so many years. I am so sorry for the disappointment caused."
Emeli Sande apologises to fans for pulling out of BBC Radio 2's Live In Hyde Park concert after losing her voice.
"I'm writing series six at the moment. That's almost done. Then I'm going to do series seven, then I'm looking at spin-offs, maybe a movie. It's up to us. It's up to the people involved."
Speaking to the PA news agency, Peaky Blinders writer Steven Knight contemplates a film version of the hit show.
"I've decided I am changing my pronouns to THEY/THEM after a lifetime of being at war with my gender I've decided to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out."
Singer Sam Smith asks fans to refer to them using the pronouns they/them, six months after coming out as non-binary.
"I look up pictures of myself as a teenager, and I think I was gorgeous. But I didn't feel that. All those little comments through those precious years can have long-lasting negative effects."
Vogue cover star Olivia Colman opens up to the magazine about her insecurities.
"Just when I thought life couldn't get any better, I received another blessing that my queen is expecting an addition to our legacy."
Music producer DJ Khaled announces online that he and his fiancee are expecting their second child together.
"I go to great lengths to make sure I do well in Top Gear drag races but on this occasion I went a few lengths too far. It will look more ridiculous than dangerous when you see it on TV."
Top Gear host Andrew Flintoff after being involved in an incident on the same track where Richard Hammond had a near-fatal accident.
"Can I skate? Hey, there we go. Ready for it. Oh, the jungle, let me do all of them. Just one to the next."
Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing considers other reality TV options after his Strictly Come Dancing exit.
"Obviously Boris is funny to poke fun at and he's not going to deliver Brexit. You wouldn't trust him with a BBQ."
Comedian Russell Howard tells the PA news agency how little he trusts the Prime Minister.