Celeb Quotes of the Day: Victoria Beckham, Jessica Biel & More
"Every morning I genuinely wake up and realize how lucky and blessed I am – despite how I often look in pictures!"
— Victoria Beckham, stressing that she does "smile and laugh a lot," to The Sunday Times
"My family members but also my friends kind of formed who I am. I do believe a lot of that context and environment is part of creating who we are, not only nature. I would want to do that with a family one day too if that's the case."
— Alicia Vikander, on how she plans to raise her future children, to PEOPLE
"It was perfection. And I'm like, 'Shoot, I'm going to have to elope after this. There's no competing with this wedding. This wedding is like a Nicholas Sparks movie on steroids.' It really is, it's incredible."
— Derek Hough, on his sister Julianne's "incredible" wedding, to PEOPLE
"[When] I was diagnosed with endometriosis, I gained 40 pounds because my hormones were so crazy. And it was like, 'Oh, [producers] want to offer you this role, but they want to know why you got fat.' I realized being shamed for gaining weight or being too thin felt the same."
— Jaime King, on her experience with body shaming, to the New York Post
"I haven't been this trim in probably 15-20 years and I feel great. Who knew dancing was such an amazing workout!"
— Drew Scott, on his Dancing with the Stars experience, to PEOPLE
"You just have to take it one day at a time, some days are easier than others and some days you forget about drinking and using, but for me, I work on my physical health, which is important, but my mental health as well."
"I don't agree with Botox miss @stasdoeshair but I'll take it as a compliment."
— David Beckham, replying to a fan who said "botox looks good" on the retired athlete, on Instagram
"I did a song with her, it was fun, she was professional. She gets on with my girlfriend, they're good friends. I don't have a bad word to say about her. She's cool."
— Zayn Malik, speaking about criticism surrounding Taylor Swift, to Fader
"I feel like when you categorize people and put them into a group, then it creates aloneness and segregation."
— Jordyn Woods, on not wanting to be a "plus size" model, to E!
"The accent and everything about her was discovered when I was giving my kids baths. I think I tried 17 different things on them … One day I just got really nutty and did [the voice] and they fell over laughing. I did it all night long and I finally found it."
"Right now with my kids, because I have no breasts, I don't exist. I pick them up, I give them a bottle and I hand them back to my wife and they're happier."
— George Clooney, opening up about fatherhood, to PEOPLE
"We send women the message that it's all supposed to be perfect, but it's not. Believe me, it's still hard, and my kids are adults!"
— Kyra Sedgwick, on parenting, to Good Housekeeping
"When I read [the script] I threw it across the room and told him he had severe psychological problems. But it's a masterpiece."
— Jennifer Lawrence, on working with boyfriend and director Darren Aronofsky on mother!, at a Toronto Film Festival press conference
"I think trying to wear nine inch heels and tights trussed up like a Thanksgiving turkey, those days are gone [for me]."
— Octavia Spencer, on how comfort and confidence makes her feel sexy, to PEOPLE
"It's fun for me because I like to eat and she's in a great mode for that right now."
— Ike Barinholtz, on hiding costar Mindy Kaling's baby bump while filming The Mindy Project, at PaleyFest
"He prefers [me] without makeup. Makes it easy on me."
— Jenna Dewan Tatum, admitting that husband Channing Tatum likes her sans makeup, to PEOPLE
"I'm not 100% sure if I broke it, or what, but it definitely was broken at a certain point, and I definitely have guilty feelings and memories about it, so I think I did break it, a little bit."
— Jason Ritter, on accidentally breaking his late dad John Ritter's Emmy, to PEOPLE
"Life is life. Life is beautiful. Life is tough sometimes though so let's try not looking down at someone unless we intend on helping them up."
— Mara Lane, revealing she and husband Jonathan Rhys Meyers suffered a miscarriage, on Instagram