Quotes of the week...
Celebrities don't mind speaking their minds from time to time. Here is a round-up of this week's best celebrity quotes.
"I'm a way better dancer than I was two weeks ago."
James Cracknell was emotional as he became the first celebrity to leave Strictly Come Dancing.
"I am still learning every day and I have the same enthusiasm and passion for the job as I did all those years ago."
Lorraine Kelly talks about her career successes as she celebrated 35 years in the industry.
"Kate and Meghan are doing royal femininity very differently."
Actress Elle Fanning talks about the royals in Tatler magazine.
"They have been teaching me how to walk - I'm really terrible at that, I have no physical awareness. I walk a bit like a farmer, one of the directors said."
Olivia Colman spoke to Harper's Bazaar UK about her upcoming role in Netflix's The Crown, in which she plays the Queen.
"I thought it would show these two young Californian boys something of the real London, so I took them to the Vauxhall Tavern."
Dame Helen Mirren told the Graham Norton Show about taking her American stepsons to see a drag show.
"I think relationships for me are a little bit scary, especially where I've come from. I'm really happy just raising my three kids, which takes up most of my time."
Spice Girl Mel B spoke on The Jonathan Ross Show about her currently single status.
"As I started to be successful I got really precious, I started getting tight and the spectrum of what I was willing to do, what Will Smith could do, was so small."
Hollywood actor Will Smith told a press conference in Budapest about his early years of fame as he promoted his latest film, Gemini Man.
"I sure will miss my UK family, but I'll be back soon for 'Cats' and 'Respect'! Throw some shoes for me in the mean time."
American singer Jennifer Hudson announced on Twitter she will no longer be a coach on The Voice UK.
"This is my life, my passion - I'm more than ready. I wanted to prove that I got this."
Celine Dion explains her excitement as she announced a string of UK concerts in 2020.