Cardi B Reveals the One NSFW Thing She Misses About Offset, Plus More of the Best Celeb Quotes of the Week

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01 of 10
Metro By T-Mobile Presents: Live In LA Powered By Pandora Featuring Cardi B And Jhené Aiko
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"I miss the D. I miss it, a lot ... I want it. I’m about to relapse and call."

Cardi B, revealing that while she doesn't want husband Offset back, there's at least one thing about him she misses, in a NSFW Instagram Live video

02 of 10
People's Choice Awards, Press Room, Los Angeles, USA - 11 Nov 2018
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"There are certain [queer] roles that I’ll see that are just wonderful. But I want to make sure I won’t be another straight boy taking a gay man’s role."

— Darren Criss, on why he will no longer play gay characters, to Bustle

03 of 10
The VIP Opening Of Maddox Gallery With Inaugural Exhibition "Best Of British"
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"[Lindsay Lohan] totally party crashed ... She just, like, squeezed in. I didn’t want to humiliate her in front of all the paparazzi and be like, 'Get out of my car.' So I was like, 'Whatever.' "

— Paris Hilton, revealing that frenemy Lindsay Lohan crashed her girls' night out with Britney Spears in 2006, on SiriusXM’s Radio Andy

04 of 10
'Aquaman' fan event, Sydney, Australia - 19 Dec 2018
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"My wife would leave me if I cut my hair so I just don’t cut my hair. I am not cutting my hair for a while, I will tell you that much."

— Jason Momoa, explaining that his trademark locks are here to stay thanks to wife Lisa Bonet, to the Daily Telegraph

05 of 10
Hellessy - Front Row - February 2018 - New York Fashion Week
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I remember they mentioned the lie detector test. 'Did you have oral sex? Lie detector test determines you did,' and my mom overheard and she’s like, 'Oh my God, my daughter’s watching Maury.' ... She says, 'I want you to look up in the dictionary what oral is and what sex is.' And then I was horrified, and I knew that I shouldn’t have been watching Maury."

— Keke Palmer, on learning about oral sex from watching Maury, on Busy Tonight

06 of 10
ELLE's 24th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration presented by L'Oreal Paris, Real Is Rare, Real Is A Diamond and CALVIN KLEIN - Red Carpet
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"How is it that we can’t see that: Happy and healthy people make a happy and healthy world. It’s hard to see that through a fog of prescription drugs, energy drinks & strong sleep aids."

— Ian Somerhalder, on the collective need for healthier habits after he was questioned at the grocery story for loading up on healthy foods, on Instagram

07 of 10
'Blockers' film premiere, Los Angeles, USA - 03 Apr 2018
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"My career has always been like, 'Well, I’m not the hot person, I’m just a normal person, so it doesn’t matter.' It’s not like, 'Oh, she’s really falling apart! She was so hot when she was young' ... I’m just like, 'I was fine then, and I’m fine now.' That’s how I think about that, thank God."

— Leslie Mann, on why she doesn't feel certain pressures set by Hollywood beauty standards, in her NewBeauty cover story

08 of 10
29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards - Arrivals
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"Say 'I’m not gonna be able to show up today the way you might want me to, but you know, I will do the best that I can.' That’s totally okay. Don’t feel like you have to get everyone the best gift or that you have to make every party."

— Karamo Brown, on the importance of taking time for yourself in order to survive the holidays, to PEOPLE

09 of 10
'Bird Box' film screening, Arrivals, New York, USA - 17 Dec 2018
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"We’re very lucky that we get to live in this moment in time where we get to choose what our family looks like, and I got to do that in real life ... my family is not how most people thought it would look, but it’s better."

— Sandra Bullock, on the ways in which Bird Box relates to her life with daughter Laila, 6½, and son Louis, 8½, to PEOPLE

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"Tonight, I want you to be the first to know that after many years of careful deliberation, a fair amount of prayers and the benefit of science — if all goes according to plan in about six weeks time I’m going to become a father."

Andy Cohen, emotionally revealing that he's going to welcome a child through surrogacy, on Watch What Happens Live

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