Quotes of the Week...
Celebrities often say things that keep us intrigued and entertained. Here is a round-up of this week's best celebrity quotes
"My husband stole some loo roll just to say we got it from Buckingham Palace."
Olivia Colman spoke to The Sunday Times Culture.
"They have unearthed talent over the years. But it is a very brutal way of doing that and I am not a big fan myself."
Wham! star Andrew Ridgeley offered up this thoughts on reality TV talent shows at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
"I don't want to be desperate about anything, I just want us to perform at a better level than we've done before and show some sort of progression."
Football star David James talks about Strictly Come Dancing.
"I may do another gig, I don't know, I haven't cancelled that idea. But not right now, I'm not ready."
Sir Billy Connolly spoke to the BBC about the possibility of returning to the stage.
"The comparisons are just stupid, he is one of the greatest songwriters ever, he's had 19 albums out and I've had one album out."
Singer Sam Fender dismissed comparisons between himself and Bruce Springsteen as he spoke on the red carpet at the BFI London Film Festival.
"Today, everything has been turned upside down because of Trump, because he is such a dirty player that it's amazing to me that he has just upended it and is getting away with it."
Robert De Niro aired his views on US President Donald Trump during a talk about his career at the BFI London Film Festival.
"I walked down the street with my quite young-looking boyfriend and asked him to kiss me passionately in front of a crowd of tourists. They were horrified at the sight of this young boy kissing his nana!"
Sienna Miller told The Graham Norton Show she made her "young-looking" boyfriend kiss her in public while wearing prosthetic make-up that aged her.
"This is a massive achievement and I look forward to using the skills that I've learnt during this process in the future."
Olympic gold medallist Greg Rutherford on being crowned the winner of Celebrity MasterChef.
"It's emotional. We kept it quiet for two-and-a-half years now. The positive news is we caught it early enough."
Penny Lancaster discussed husband Sir Rod Stewart's prostate cancer diagnosis on ITV's Loose Women.