Celeb Quotes of the Day: Ashley Graham, John Krasinski & More
"I had people on set, like photographers, stylists and even my own agents telling me that I was getting too big. Or they’d make snide comments like ‘time to put the Snickers down.’ And that is really what stuck with me and was super hurtful."
— Ashley Graham, on encountering resistance over her body type early on in her career, to PEOPLE
"Granted, not everybody needs to have life-or-death experiences, but that changed my entire life. All of a sudden I grew up."
— John Krasinski, on saving a drowning woman's life when he was a teen in Costa Rica, to Playboy
"We are working 8 to 10 hours of the day, hardcore physical activity, so if you weren’t eating there’s no way we could last."
— Misty Copeland, on the misconceptions of ballerinas' diets, to PEOPLE
"It was one of the first times that someone had actually said that to me since it happened and it really meant the world to me."
— Bella Thorne, on getting her manager's support after sharing she'd been sexually abused, to Under the Influence
"It's a normal inclination to want to rally by your friends up until the point that they are convicted of something. If they’re convicted of a crime, well then you’re sad, and that’s tragic, but they’ve got to go through that process."
— Alec Baldwin, on why he continues to defend friend Woody Allen amid sexual misconduct allegations, to The Hollywood Reporter
“I refuse to wait any longer for these organizations to do the right thing."
— Aly Raisman, on why she's suing USOC and USA Gymnastics after the Nassar scandal, in a statement to NBC News
"My angel baby is 1 month old today."
— Kylie Jenner, posting a pic with daughter Stormi, on Instagram
"I would say, 'You know what, it's not for me. It's for those people whose lives have been affected and changed by legislation that he's pushed.' It's a chance for them to share their stories and their experiences. It's not for me."
— Adam Rippon, on what he would say to Vice President Pence, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
"[The delivery guys] arrived with a hand-carved bookcase, prettier than any professional dollhouse you had ever seen that contained a hundred of the classic essential books in children’s literature. And I held my baby up to it and I said, ‘Did you see what Miss Winfrey did for you?'"
— Mindy Kaling, on what Oprah Winfrey gifted the star after welcoming daughter Katherine, to USA Today
"Pain is beauty.... #freethenipple #fasciascraping."
— Armie Hammer, on how he's prepping for the Oscars, on Instagram
"I've stopped caring about what other people think of me. It’s also minimized over the years."
— Justin Theroux, on how he's portrayed in the media, to Mastermind Magazine
"I would tell her: Don’t worry about what other people think, or about whether you’re doing what they think is the right thing. The things you worry about now, they mostly won’t matter. So just follow your heart."
— Melissa McCarthy, on the advice she'd give her younger self, to PEOPLE
"I've had so much bloody practice at crying in a bedroom."
— Emma Thompson, on channeling her own heartbreak while filming her Love Actually scenes, to The Telegraph
"My chemistry was really good with it when I was younger, and then it just changed one day. Like, in my early 30s I just became boring on it and I would just stand in front of my fridge, so that’s no good."
— Charlize Theron, on why she stopped smoking pot, to E! News
"I'm in the golden months right now. I'm full of energy, and the hard part of the first trimester is over."
— Eva Longoria, on her pregnancy, to PEOPLE
"Everything means so much more, obviously."
— Kevin Smith, on surviving his heart attack, on Instagram
"I've never been a person who paid attention to 'I hate Rachael Ray', or 'this person said this'…I don't care."
— Rachael Ray, on how she's dealt with critics throughout her career, on Rebecca Jarvis' No Limits podcast
"We are crazy about each other, and you can’t create that, you can’t make it — it either is, or it isn't."
— Lisa Rinna, on the secret to her and husband Harry Hamlin's 20-year marriage, on Watch What Happens Live
"I am so thankful that after my first trimester… my pregnancy has been so healthy and strong! God is great!"
— Khloé Kardashian, sharing some insights about her pregnancy, on Instagram
"Everything that Jen does is sort of weird."
— Joel Edgerton, describing his Red Sparrow costar Jennifer Lawrence, to PEOPLE
"Yes, I use social media. But I use it like a grown-up."
— Michelle Obama, taking a subtle jab at Donald Trump, at Klick Health's MUSE event
"It's funny. People compliment me for handling it in a calm way, but the truth is, it’s just a television show. It’s not like somebody had something stuck in their throat and I gave them the Heimlich maneuver. It wasn’t a heroic act by any stretch of the imagination."
— Jimmy Kimmel, recalling last year's Oscar Envelopegate, to PEOPLE
"We should all be killed because we’ve done horrible, horrible things."
— Tony Goldwyn, joking about which character should die in Scandal's final episode, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
"There's no better time to continue to shine a light on women feeling empowered and people supporting them."
— Meghan Markle, addressing the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, at an event highlighting The Royal Foundation
"I want to make sure their voices are being heard and we can provide them with the mental health and post-trauma care they need."
— Demi Lovato, on bringing Parkland Shooting Survivors onstage during opening night of her tour, in a statement
"When we lost Jerry, I didn’t go to the guitar. I went to the shop. … For me, my therapy was to go cut wood."
— Craig Morgan, opening up about grappling with his 19-year-old son's tragic death, to PEOPLE
"There is no one I wish to get due process more than him."
— Uma Thurman, hoping Harvey Weinstein gets his day in court, on Late Night
"Maybe I'll have some of this pneumonia knocked down, and we can have some real fun over the internet. Until then, excelsior."
— Stan Lee, addressing fans while revealing he's battling pneumonia, in a video on TMZ
"I believe people when they say ‘I was assaulted’ or ‘I was molested’ or something like that, because I don’t think you really have any other choice. Because if we start not believing people it’s a slippery slope."
— Peter Sarsgaard, saying he wouldn't work with Woody Allen again while costar Jeff Daniels said he wouldn't rule it out, on Meet the Press
"We feel married already and it hasn’t become something that both of us are gung-ho about. Maybe after the craziness of a new baby dies down we’ll be ready to talk about it again."
— Haylie Duff, on possibly marrying longtime love Matt Rosenberg after welcoming their second child, to PEOPLE
"It feels f—— good."
— Amy Schumer, on married life with husband Chris Fischer, on You Up with Nikki Glaser
"I know I could get any man I want—any basketball player, football player. But I want to work out my s— with my man, and I don’t got to explain why."
— Cardi B, on why she's standing by Offset after infidelity rumors, to Cosmopolitan
"I never want these deeply precious moments to end."
— Jenna Jameson, posting a breastfeeding selfie with daughter Batel Lu, on Instagram
"What, do we have an expiration date? Can we not also still feel sexy? I feel sexy."
— Heidi Klum, shutting down critics who say she's too old to model, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show