Celeb Quotes of the Day: Jane Fonda, Rihanna & More
"It was heavy, every step was a squat. I promise you my butt gained from that night."
— Rihanna, on the weight of her Met Gala ensemble, to Entertainment Tonight
"If somebody was a big fan and following everything I was doing [on social media], like the people I interact with on Twitter on a daily basis, I think there was zero surprise. People knew."
— Kevin McHale, on if he'd been hiding the fact that he was out as a gay man on social media, in a Facebook Live talk with Marc Malkin
"Boobs are funny. They hurt sometimes. And sometimes they’re the thing that makes me feel most powerful. They’re a key to my sexuality. They’re all those things."
— Emily Ratajkowski, on body confidence, in her Marie Claire June cover interview
"For me, I always looked at this song as a real gender-fluid freedom record. I never looked at it as, 'Only females can listen to it' or 'Only males can listen to it': It’s for everybody."
— Rita Ora, on what she hopes people take away from her new song "Girls," to PEOPLE
"If you aren’t doing something you’re passionate about, you need to stop what you’re doing and find out what that is and do that."
— Dr. Phil McGraw, on the key to fulfillment, on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations podcast
"I really, really enjoyed the surrogacy process. I will say, when it came to the breastfeeding time, I was like, 'Okay, this is the best decision I ever made.'"
— Kim Kardashian West, on how not having to nurse allows her to spend more time with her older children too, on Live with Kelly and Ryan
"I will say this, when it happens, Jimmy, you’ll be the first to know."
— Alex Rodriguez, on if he's thinking about proposing to girlfriend Jennifer Lopez after she dropped hints about it in her recent single, on The Tonight Show
"Be 80 percent good, 80 percent of the time... I never wanted to be the mom who was like, 'Oh, no, I can’t have [that].' I guess that’s not the kind of example that I wanted to set."
— Cindy Crawford, on her healthy eating motto, to PEOPLE
"It was in a sound studio, and it was really tight. At the time [with] my belly showing, it was very, very cool. It’s probably one of my most proud pieces of work."
— Britney Spears, on her favorite scene from her iconic Pepsi commercial, to PEOPLE
"It’s obviously a bit weird that your little sister is having a baby before you... I didn’t expect it to happen like this... We’ve always been very close, but we would butt heads all the time. This has made her a bit more loving toward me."
"There was a part of me that was terribly naive — clearly, so naive. I have moments of rage, I have moments of confusion, I have moments of disbelief! And I have moments when I just cry for my children."
"I'm not saying anything, but I think she has smoked before. I think she has... I intend to do it one of these days, it will not be a public event. I'm just curious."
— Gayle King, on whether she'd invite Oprah the first time she tries marijuana, on The Talk
"When I was younger I was fine-looking, but I was never on magazine covers or any of that stuff. And then as I got older, it’s like, 'Damn, you look good.' The unspoken part is 'for your age.' And I’m like, 'Thank you, I’ll take it.'"
— Mary Steenburgen, on perceptions of beauty and aging, to PEOPLE
"I’m going to try to make that record as long as possible. There’s no reason for me to run out the door. I feel very lucky."
— Kenan Thompson, on intending to keep his record as Saturday Night Live's longest running cast member as of now, to PEOPLE
"'Why not you?' is an unbelievably great sentiment to give to a kid. Not entitlement but instead: Work your butt off, and you have a decent chance at this. 'Why not you?' is an undervalued way of thinking."
— Melissa McCarthy, on how the support of her parents and their three-word encouragement shaped her life, to PEOPLE
"I wish I could have told my younger self that something will work — it’s just going to take sometimes more research, sometimes more referrals, and really figuring things out like your life depends on it. Because for me, it did."
— Mayim Bialik, on what she'd tell her younger self while struggling with depression, for the Child Mind Institute's #MyYoungerSelf campaign
"Ryan, I love you man... But back it up a little. Play a little hard to get. It’s too much — It’s not sexy."
— Hugh Jackman, jokingly responding to the pranks Ryan Reynold's has pulled on him lately, on Good Morning America
"My very favorite was Father James Martin. He’s a Jesuit priest who was advising us on the exhibition, and he came in his appropriate robes and apparently all night people were coming up to him and saying, 'I really like that you came as a sexy priest and you look so authentic.' That was my favorite."
— Anna Wintour, on her favorite look from the Met Gala, to Entertainment Tonight
"Hey Old Friend — I’ve been doing some reflecting on past miscommunications and hurt feelings between us... [I] want to clear the air."
— Katy Perry, extending a literal olive branch and handwritten apology to Taylor Swift, in a partially-obscured letter Swift posted to Instagram
"Hey world that glamorous lifestyle you see portrayed by famous people on Instagram, don’t be fooled thinking their life is better than yours I can promise you it’s not!"
— Justin Bieber, on keeping perspective, in an all-caps note on Instagram
"Been trying to take care of myself lately. My mental, emotional [and] physical well being. Kids come first at all time but mama needs some fun [right] now. I need a little kick in the ass. SOS."
— Kendra Wilkinson, on how she's taking care of herself in the wake of her split from husband Hank Baskett, on Instagram
"I didn’t remember the last time I had written a song without a bunch of liquor and stuff in me. It was terrifying... I remember him telling me, 'Hey man, it’s gonna be scary, it’s gonna freak you out, but it’s gonna be beautiful.'"
— Brantley Gilbert, on getting advice from fellow country artist and recovering addict Keith Urban while in rehab, to PEOPLE
"... We both felt we had too much pride and too much insecurities to actually say, 'Hey, did that ever happen or was that a creation of someone else who did not want to see two women rise together?'"
— Gabrielle Union, on why she and Jada Pinkett Smith stopped speaking for 17 years and how they're moving forward, on Today
"Today more than ever we WOMEN are standing up to repressive, archaic ideologies. We are learning to make decisions regardless of judgment by others or prejudices of age, shape, origin."
— Mercedes Javid, sharing a belfie to promote women's empowerment and body confidence, on Instagram
"We had never dealt with racism... So at that point, we made a conscious decision that she is our child, she is our family member, and we're not going to be a part of anything that causes her to feel less than."
— Todd Chrisley, on how 5-year-old granddaughter Chloe has opened up his family to learn more about racism, on People Now
"I tried to be brave but it was excruciating at times and to be honest I started to doubt if my body would ever feel the same again... thank you precious body for healing."
— FKA Twigs, opening up about her recovery from laparoscopic surgery that removed six fibroid tumors from her uterus, on Instagram
"One was being diagnosed, and the doctor... was describing all of the symptoms, and I was like, 'That’s what I have.' And she goes, 'Oh I was wondering which [parent] it was because it’s passed down.'"
— Joel McHale, on learning that he was dyslexic after his son was diagnosed, on Dax Shepard's podcast Armchair Expert
"I sleep better on the road because I’m not with my wife... [She] wakes me up like, 'Honey, honey! Quick, name five foods that are gross.' I’m like, I just want to go to bed."
— Rob Lowe, on his wife keeping him awake when she plays Family Feud on her iPad until 5 a.m., on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
"Hey, all I want to say to that is, dude, if I were Becky with the good hair, wouldn’t I actually have to have good hair? Look at it. It’s all weave and extensions."
— Rita Ora, shooting down rumors that she had anything to do with JAY-Z's cheating scandal, to The Sunday Times
"In no way are either of us splayed atop our bed watching Law & Order eating ricolas like candy WE ARE BOTH PARTYING."
— Sarah Silverman, retweeting Chrissy Teigen about how they were definitely at the Met Gala together, on Twitter
"You can be friends with, love and care for people you don’t agree with 100%."
— Jill (Duggar) Dillard, speaking out after her husband's recent homophobic tweets, on Instagram
"I told her that she had to hold still or else she'd have a big scar, and she really didn't want to let them put glue on her face, but she said, 'Okay, I'll do it mom — but I'm gonna need some skittles.'"
— Sara Rue, on her daughter making her laugh during a trip to the E.R. after she fell and cut her face, on People Now
"I'm trying my best to be sophisticated, but I can only be myself — sophista-hood-cated."
— Tiffany Haddish, on fangirling over everyone's outfits at the Met Gala, on Instagram Live
"We promised each other we’d do a double date right when he gets here."
— Adam Rippon, on waiting for boyfriend Jussi-Pekka Kajaala to visit L.A. so they can double date with his DWTS partner Jenna Johnson and her beau Val Chmerkovskiy, to reporters after Monday's show
"I couldn’t believe how big my booty looked!"
— Khloe Kardashian, on seeing the first public post-pregnancy photos of herself, on her website and app
"I adore Beyoncé. I would never do anything malicious like that—to her, or to anyone. It’s so bizarre. I thought it was the funniest thing ever that it was a news story. It’s so crazy."
— Sanaa Lathan, on rumors that she bit Beyoncé, in her Health June cover interview
"I know, they're enormous, you should see everything else..."
— Andy Cohen, playfully responding to BFF Sarah Jessica Parker commenting on the size of his feet while en route to the Met Gala, on her Instagram Story
"I was like, 'Lord have mercy, what did you see? Thank God I have some therapy fund put aside for you.'"
— Jada Pinkett Smith, on finding out that daughter Willow learned about sex from walking in on her parents, in a candid episode of her new mother-daughter Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk
"I understand him and if he wrote a great part and we were both in the right place about it, that would be something else... My capacity to forgive exists and things happen."
"Jeff would never cheat. He's an amazing man. Please stop being mean to him. The song I wrote was about a past relationship."
— Colton Haynes, defending his husband of six months after fans reacted to his new recording which references cheating, on Twitter
"I didn’t see it because I was facing the other way...He [her husband] said it almost looked like a scarf — it was wrapped around his neck and bod."
— Jordin Sparks, on how husband Dana Isaiah realized their baby boy's umbilical cord was wrapped twice around his neck before the midwife managed to safely get it off, to PEOPLE
"If you choose to keep moving, no matter how low the road takes you, it will eventually begin to climb back up. #NeverGiveUp."
"Grateful & blessed to be free & safe... Embarrassed & apologetic beyond words about the incident, but above all I’m so f—ing grateful they let me go, craziest experience of my life."
"I am the boss at home and everybody knows that. They call me that. You ask them, 'Who is the boss' and they’ll say 'Mommy is the boss.'"
— Hilaria Baldwin, on being the "alpha parent," to HOLA! USA
"We want, like, a lot. At least [five]... Maroon 5. We have to have a band of children."
— Adam Levine, responding to Ellen DeGeneres' joke about his having a "Maroon 5" of children with wife Behati Prinsloo, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
"You’ve just got to be smarter than what you’re consuming, with all of this stuff that we’re doing. You just have to know that everything is entertainment, in a way."
"I do yoga. 25 years of it... Oh and I spin and hike too. Oh and I’m real consistent. Like really."
— Lisa Rinna, on the fitness secrets behind her toned bikini bod, on Instagram