Celeb Quotes of the Day: Idris Elba, Kim Kardashian West & More

Idris Elba talks the possibility of a female James Bond. Plus, Kim Kardashian West and more

01 of 20
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"I would be interested in having a Bond character other than being a male. It could be a woman, it could be a black woman, it could be a white woman. But I think that character, everyone would like to see [them] do something different with it, you know. Why not?"

— Idris Elba, on wanting to see a female James Bond onscreen, in a video shared by Variety on Facebook

02 of 20

"No it's not you, I totally am!"

Kim Kardashian West, responding to a Twitter user on whether or not the star is self-absorbed, on Twitter

03 of 20
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"… as long as a conversation is going or a conversation has started, which it has, that’s the best thing you could ever ask for because that makes people feel not alone."

— Lucy Hale, on sexual harassment in Hollywood after alluding to her own alleged sexual assault on social media, to PEOPLE

04 of 20
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"We're both content, but if for some crazy reason it were to happen, we wouldn’t be devastated. It would be like, 'All right, here we go again.' "

— Vanessa Lachey, opening up about whether or not she and husband Nick would want a fourth baby, to PEOPLE

05 of 20
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"This is the poison of celebrity culture: The fact that someone can think that just because they’re loved, they can do what they want. It grosses me out."

— Zach Galifianakis, addressing the sexual misconduct accusations against Baskets co-creator Louis C.K., to Vulture

06 of 20
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"It is with great reluctance and disappointment that I announce my retirement from concert touring. I have been so honored to bring my shows to the public for the past 50 years."

— Neil Diamond, announcing he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, in a statement on his website

07 of 20
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"With Emily, I got the real connection."

— Kumail Nanjiani, on wife Emily V. Gordon, in his debut with the feminist media brand MAKERS

08 of 20
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"I understand it was never my shame and it was the perpetrator's shamelessness which he put on me — and I’ve given that shame back to the perpetrator where it belongs."

— Ashley Judd, on the reason behind her decision to speak up about her sexual assault, at an emotional panel at the Sundance Film Festival

09 of 20
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"I’m sleep-deprived and tired and busy, but it’s so perfect. I waited a long time to have kids and it was meant to be to have him."

— Heidi Pratt, on becoming a mom to son Gunner, on the podcast Make Speidi Famous Again

10 of 20
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"Thanks to trans models like @leat @andrejapejic @harinef @valentts @geenarocero @therealtraceyafrica and more who are changing beauty standards and breaking barriers for trans folks on the covers of fashion magazines all over the world."

— Laverne Cox, revealing she's the first openly trans woman to front Cosmopolitan South Africa, on Twitter

11 of 20
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"The question has been asked: Who is the best male actor of all time? Is it the great Robert De Niro? Or is it the tall guy from True Blood?"

— Alexander Skarsgard, accepting his award for best actor in a drama series, at the Screen Actors Guild Awards

12 of 20
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"I've never felt more inept my life. You wake up and all of a sudden there's this human being you're responsible for."

Justin Timberlake, recalling becoming a parent for the first time, on Beats 1

13 of 20
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"He's just like, my no. 1 fan, there for support. What I love is that he doesn't really pay attention to it all. He loves me for me."

— Taraji P. Henson, on boyfriend Kelvin Hayden, to PEOPLE

14 of 20
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"I felt I needed years on television to do it, but apparently there's no preparation."

— John Stamos, opening up about his journey to fatherhood, on The PEOPLE, Entertainment Weekly & TNT Official SAG Awards Red Carpet Live Show

15 of 20
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"Let's set the record straight. Gerard Butler hit on me at a party, asked for my phone number called me up the next day and asked me out so if he wants to cringe now he can f— off."

— Brandi Glanville, on the actor cringing while discussing their fling on Watch What Happens Live, on Twitter

16 of 20
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"Like, someone asked me the other day why am I an actor, and the answer was because Manic Panic had its way with my brain, probably."

— Jake Gyllenhaal, recalling the moment his sister dyed his hair as a kid, to W Magazine

17 of 20
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"I wanted to be compensated in a way that matches my contribution to a show that I love for many reasons, including the opportunity it allows me to reshape what it is to be a fully realized black woman on TV."

— Tracee Ellis Ross, on the reported pay gap with black-ish costar Anthony Anderson, on Twitter

18 of 20
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"To be the first, 75 years in, blew my mind."

— Sterling K. Brown, on becoming the first African-American star to win a Golden Globe for best actor in a TV drama, on E! Live from the Red Carpet

19 of 20
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"I've found someone worth it. At no fault to others in my past or present, I’ve just been able to open my eyes about it because of my girlfriend, Sophia."

— Tyler Posey, on how his girlfriend helped him "open my eyes" about his difficulties with relationships, on Instagram

20 of 20
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"We all die."

— Noah Schnapp, joking about Stranger Things spoilers, on E! Live from the Red Carpet

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