Celeb Quotes of the Day: Jennifer Lawrence, Ed Sheeran & More
" … The director said something f—– up to me and I said, 'That's sick, you can't talk to me like that,' and then I was punished, and I got afraid that I wasn't going to be hired again."
— Jennifer Lawrence, on the backlash she faced after standing up to a film director, to The Hollywood Reporter
"She mentions someone with a buzzcut haircut, and I've never had a buzzcut haircut."
— Ed Sheeran, addressing a fan theory that Taylor Swift's "Dress" is about him, to AugustMan magazine
"When I found out it was a boy, I was so excited, but I was like, 'Her little heart's gonna be disappointed.' Because all she kept saying was, 'I want a baby sister. Jesus, I want a baby sister.' "
— Jessie James Decker, on her daughter's reaction to baby boy on the way, to PEOPLE
"I knew there was something about him from the moment I met him, honestly."
— Ariel Winter, on boyfriend Levi Meaden, to Entertainment Tonight
"But a man who mistreats women is not oversexed. He is abusive."
— Angelina Jolie, on sexual violence, at the UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial Conference
"In essence … all true."
— Joe Biden, on his and President Barack Obama's memes depicting their bromance, to NBC News
"After the darkness, I went through all the ways I had to strengthen myself to try to recognize joy again. Meredith was a beacon I had to reach for."
— Patton Oswalt, on marrying Meredith Salenger 18 months after the unexpected death of wife Michelle McNamara, to PEOPLE
"If you don't stop putting your hands on girls, I'm gonna come out there and f— your ass up."
— Drake, stopping a concertgoer from harassing women, at his show
"I've just never given less f—-. It's a nice feeling because you live your life more and care less about what other people think."
— Alison Brie, on tuning out other people's critiques, to Women's Health
"I wouldn't want my dog to have to see me naked. It's like half melted, vanilla ice cream with little hairs stuck to it. That's what I look like naked."
— Blake Shelton, on whether or not he lounges around naked at home, to PEOPLE
"I do love them unconditionally, and I try, when they do something wrong, to say, 'This doesn't change the amount of love in this house for you, but you've got to do your homework.' Because I think that also makes a child feel safe."
— Julia Roberts, on how people "confuse unconditional love with spoiling," to Good Housekeeping
"I think it is so much harder to go through it this way, because you are not really in control."
— Kim Kardashian West, on surrogacy, to Entertainment Tonight
"I never really look back at my life and go, 'What did that mean?' I got a lot from it and it's made me who I am."
— Kristen Stewart, on her experience working on Twilight, to E! News
— Nico Tortorella, on his polyamorous relationship with partner Bethany Meyers, to The Advocate
"If I'm in a situation where I have equal experience to the actor and my role is just as significant, there is no reason why I should be paid less. It's not really part of my world anymore, because I just won't accept it."
— Jessica Chastain, on combatting Hollywood's equal pay gap, to Town & Country
"I've always tried to do the right thing … I had to make it better for the next person."
— Amber Heard, on fighting for what she believes in, to Allure
"From a young age I thought that being skinny was my value and my worth. So when I started going through puberty, I felt like I was no longer skinny and there was nothing special about me."
— Amanda Crew, on what prompted her eating disorder, to PEOPLE
"You don't know if you like him or if he's a scumbag and I think that's why I'm attracted to him, maybe?"
— January Jones, on Bachelor alum Nick Viall, on The Late Late Show
"… I guess some of her cool must be rubbing off on me a little bit as a dad — at least I know someone cool!"
— Ben Affleck, sharing that his daughters look up to his Justice League costar, Gal Gadot, to E! News
"… Stop worrying about being somebody else's definition of enough."
— Sophia Bush, on her advice to her younger self, to PEOPLE
"All I knew was that I was lucky and I had better not f--- it up."
— Kate Winslet, on landing her first film role, at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards
"A couple days after we had actually met, I was like in my head 'That's going to be my husband! That's my husband right there.' "
— Jordin Sparks, on newly-minted husband Dana Isaiah, to PEOPLE
"When I started, I tried to be outspoken and I was told that I should keep silent on this subject because it wouldn't benefit me."
— Coco Rocha, on attempting to speak out against sexual harassment in the modeling industry, to Business of Fashion
"People are now really talking about their own well being and how to help those around them. We are shattering the silence since that was a real barrier to progress."
— Prince Harry, on ending mental health stigmas, at the 24th Virgin Money Media Mind Media Awards
"[Pretty Little Liars] had put up this poster and it was from our first season and it was completely crazy. Nobody looked like themselves."
— Ashley Benson, on being shocked to see she and her PLL costars were photoshopped, to Stylecaster
"I felt completely transported into a new reality."
— Jenna Fischer, on her onscreen kiss with her The Office costar John Krasinski, in The Actor's Life: A Survival Guide
"I go to work the next day and my ears are all black, and [the hairstylist] goes, 'What did you do?' "
— Matt LeBlanc, on the time he tried dying his hair during his Friends days, on The Late Late Show
"I was flying once and had fresh produce in my carry-on. I got stopped by customs at LAX and told them I had nothing to declare, but I was caught by one of the beagles!"
— Anna Faris, on a little white lie she told that led to a "funny predicament," to InStyle
"He 'outed' me with no regard for my well-being, an act we all recognize as homophobic."
— Ellen Page, on feeling "violated" after being allegedly outed by X-Men director Brett Ratner, on Facebook
"He's a phenomenal actor, but he's not a very good person. His career now I think is over."
— Bryan Cranston, on Kevin Spacey, to BBC Newsbeat