The 10 Best Celebrity Quotes of the Week
"Wow! Cool initiative, fellas!! Just a thought, instead of 'Straight Pride' parade, how about this: The 'desperately trying to bury our own gay thoughts by being homophobic because no one taught us how to access our emotions as children' parade? Whatta ya think? Too on the nose??"
— Chris Evans, offering a sarcastic counter-proposal to the three men hoping to start a "Straight Pride Parade" in the actor's hometown of Boston, on Twitter
"I teared up a little bit watching Sophie [Turner] in that scene, her reaction to my death was so raw and real. It was so honest and real, and it’s because she really was crying because her dialect coach, right before the take, took her Juul away. She started genuinely tearing up. It was like the performance of the year. It was amazing."
— Jennifer Lawrence, revealing Dark Phoenix costar Sophie Turner's secret emotional weapon is her electronic vape, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
"What I had was a bevy of girlfriends. I called them my 'anal angels.' You know, I kept saying, 'If this doesn’t kill me, it’s like the best thing that could have ever happened.' Because the experience of being loved like that — it blew my mind."
— Marcia Cross, on the incredible support she received from family and friends during her treatment for anal cancer, to CBS This Morning
"I had to make a lot of changes. I had to be a better person. But when I thought about the idea of being an 80-year-old man sitting on a rocking chair with my beautiful wife, and for she and I to have made it [that far], I got really excited."
— Chip Gaines, on maturing and adjusting to married life with wife Joanna Gaines, to PEOPLE
"I’m asked a lot about, 'Is there infidelity in your relationship with Will?' And it’s like, 'No, but there’ve been other betrayals of the heart that have been far bigger than I could even think in regards to an infidelity situation.' "
— Jada Pinkett Smith, discussing "the alternatives to divorce" when it comes to dealing with betrayals in relationships, on Red Table Talk
"There just kind of comes a point where you can say whatever you want about me and my outfits and how ridiculous I look, but once you start talking about my wife, sometimes I can’t hold back."
— Thomas Rhett, on defending his wife from trolls who mocked her CMT Awards outfit online, to Entertainment Tonight
"One thing I think we need to recognize is that the fire in your marriage doesn’t have to die out! But like a fire, sometimes, and more so during some seasons than others, you need to be intentional, proactive and work hard to keep the fire going. ... ([Sex] 3-4 times a week is a good start. lol)."
— Jill Duggar, sharing her tips to marital bliss, on the Dillard Family website
"You never know if you’re going to wreck the [tour] bus, you never know if you’re going to be somewhere in a hotel and there’s going to be a fire. So I leave my makeup on at night and clean my face in the morning."
— Dolly Parton, on sleeping in full makeup in case of an unexpected emergency, to the New York Times
"There’s some male stripping going on — always healthy. She’s just sick of it. She’s just like, 'Put your clothes on.' It’s not nearly as exciting for her at all."
— Chris Hemsworth, on showing some skin in his upcoming film Down Under Cover and wife Elsa Pataky being over his shirtless appearances onscreen, on a call with Australia's The Kyle and Jackie O Show
"Somebody in an interview said, 'Well, what if Kendall said she was trans and wanted to transition into a male?' I went, 'Ah, ah, ah!' As a parent I was like in shock. 'Are you kidding me? My little Kendall, she’s the highest-paid model in the world. She’s gorgeous.' And it really kind of set me back, you know? And me, being in this position, I was like, shocked by my response."
— Caitlyn Jenner, admitting she would have mixed feelings if any of her children came out as transgender but would ultimately "do everything" to support them, in an interview with GIBLIB