10 Best Celeb Quotes This Week
"You all can judge my body all you want, but at the end of the day it's MY body. I love it and I'm comfortable in my skin."
— Simone Biles, addressing criticism of her appearance, on Twitter
"We all are stronger because we made it through 2016, and we're gonna keep going."
— Nick Cannon, thanking fans for their support during his health recovery, on Instagram
"Without realizing it, I started drifting away from the playful connection to movement I'd enjoyed as a young child and into a different and darker kind of dynamic: pushing my body to its limits and commanding it to perform through pain or fatigue."
— Hilaria Baldwin, on developing an eating disorder as she became more committed to dancing professionally, in her book The Living Clearly Method
"Absolutely heartbreaking and unimaginable. As a mother I cannot imagine the pain and heartbreak of losing a child. A loving and devoted mother, grandmother and a true Hollywood legend … Debbie Reynolds, you will be forever missed but never forgotten!! My love and prayers are with Debbie and Carrie's family …"
"When I turned 40, I felt like I got this free software upgrade that I wasn't expecting. It just happened. Suddenly I was like, 'Oh, this is fantastic: I don't care! I like myself, and I'm just going to live my life. I'm going to stop worrying and tearing myself down.' "
— Gwyneth Paltrow, on not caring what people think of her as she ages, to InStyle
"Each day feels like a battle to learn how to love my body postpartum. It's been six months, and my stomach is lower, my breasts are a different shape, [I have] new stretch marks, and I feel like a stranger in my body more than ever."
— Tess Holliday, on learning to accept her post-baby body, on Instagram
"I went back and forth a lot between New York and India and it was hard to fit in. Sometimes I got teased. Teased for what I brought to school for lunch, teased for my name, teased for how I looked. It was really hard when you're growing up and you just want to fit in and be like someone else."
— Padma Lakshmi, on being bullied growing up, to PEOPLE
"I am happy. It hasn't always been like that, so I'm hoping to keep it going. And I think from there too, giving back and sharing whatever I can [is important]."
— Ryan Phillippe, on overcoming his battle with depression, in this week's issue of PEOPLE