10 Best Celeb Quotes This Week
"Anyone who has ever been bullied or felt bad about yourself I am out there fighting for you, for us. And I want you to fight for yourself too! We need to laugh at the haters and sympathize with them. They can scream as loud as they want. We can't hear them because we are getting s— done."
— Amy Schumer, speaking out after getting body shamed when cast to play Barbie in a new film, on Instagram
"If anyone else did that to you, you'd have them up at the Hague for war crimes."
— Tom Hardy, opening up about life as a new dad, to Esquire UK
"Even in my life with Jada, like I'm a hopeless romantic, but romance is not love. That's not what love is. That fluffy, fancy, pretty stuff is actually anti-love. It keeps you away from love. Love is really born of surviving with somebody."
— Will Smith, on what he took away from working on Collateral Beauty, to PEOPLE
"I try to eat organic food when I can, eat local food when I can, and eat as little processed food as possible, but sometimes you need a bag of Doritos and a beer in an airport."
— Gwyneth Paltrow, on not always adhering to an organic lifestyle, to the Man Repeller
"I haven't felt like this in a long, long time. There are bad feelings on both sides, so to have the opportunity to give people a chance to talk and laugh about it is a good thing."
— Alec Baldwin, on his Donald Trump impression, to ¡HOLA!
"Sometimes you just want to walk out of your house and look ugly and get a coffee and wear your sweatpants all day. Honestly, I might've thrown [my outfit] together in 30 seconds. I might've slept in that. And s—, someone's going to photograph me, and everyone's going to say I'm a mess or I look depressed, when really I'm just not wearing mascara."
— Sofia Richie, on the pressure to always look put-together, to Complex
"The battle to be vigilant, on behalf of kindness and tolerance and fairness and equality, that's a day-to-day thing that each of us is responsible for. That doesn't change because of one election. It's something that has to be tended to all the time."
— President Obama, on whether his legacy will endure, in this week's issue of PEOPLE