Showbiz Quotes: Taylor Swift, Jermaine Pennant & Idris Elba
1. "So part of this journey of digging deeper into my fears is the idea that I'm getting older".
Luther star Idris Elba spoke to The Observer Magazine.
2. "There are some. I hardly know their names".
Coronation Street star Bill Roache told Sunday Brunch soaps have become so big he hardly knows all of his co-stars' names.
3. "I'm having to have special shoes made for me because Strictly didn't have any big enough".
Newly-announced Strictly contestant Kate Silverton told the Daily Mail that she has size nine feet.
4. "Hopefully I can change people's views on me, and come out and people actually knowing me now instead of judging me".
Footballer Jermaine Pennant explains his hopes as he entered Channel 5's latest series of Celebrity Big Brother.
5. "If you're academically brilliant don't think because you come from a certain community that studying at one of the highest education institutions in the world isn't possible."
Grime star Stormzy told BBC Breakfast about his motivation for launching a scholarship to help black Cambridge University students pay their tuition fees.
6. "I just wanted to say that we have so, so, so much further to go and I'm grateful to you guys for being there for me during what was a really, really horrible part of my life."
Taylor Swift became emotional as she thanked her fans during a concert in Denver, Colorado, which was one year to the day since a jury found a radio host groped her during a photo shoot.
7. "I hoped it would be fun, I was hoping that this would be as good as it has been, and it has just been better. I've loved it".
Greg James's first day at the helm of Radio 1's Breakfast Show went well.
8. "Reports that Stormy asked for more money are completely false. Reports that Big Brother sought to control Stormy to achieve a specific outcome are also completely false."
Rylan Clark-Neal explained the situation regarding Stormy Daniels non-entry on Channel 5's Big Brother spin-off show Bit On The Side.
9. "The Kinks have a great legacy and everything, but to me it's always about making new music. If the music is good, anything can happen."
Singer-songwriter Sir Ray Davies reiterated his desire for the original members of his old band The Kinks to get back together while talking to BBC Radio 2.