10 Best Celeb Quotes This Week
"Why is he the right person for me? All I know is that I feel completely seen, and adored, in no matter what state. There's no part of me that I don't feel comfortable showing, exposing. And it brings forth the best part of myself, because I care about him so much. And he's such a good person. It hurts me to think of anything hurting him."
— Jennifer Aniston, on husband Justin Theroux, to Marie Claire
"The amazing this is that everything that everyone has ever told you — all of the clichés — you become the person starting to spout out the clichés, as if they are the newest thought."
— Eddie Redmayne, on fatherhood, to PEOPLE
"This loss hurts — but please never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it. Let us have faith in each other. Let us not grow weary. Let us not lose heart. For there are more seasons to come and more work to do."
— Hillary Clinton, addressing the American people, during her concession speech
"Yes, I am a feminist, and whoever isn't is crazy. It's about owning your power, embracing your womanhood."
— Alicia Keys, on whether or not she's a feminist, to Elle UK
"I could only sleep on one side of my face. Now, the sleep is amazing. The shower is amazing, because I don't have to spend two hours cleaning it. I didn't know how much I wanted it until I did it."
— The Weeknd, on how his life has changed since cutting his hair, to the Wall Street Journal
"They're so cute. And his son is a genius. And Anna is nice and hilarious and they're like in love — they look like a Nicholas Sparks novel. You know when you see people who are so happy it just makes you miserable?"
— Jennifer Lawrence, on Chris Pratt's relationship with wife Anna Faris and their 4-year-old son Jack, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
"I think we handled it very consciously and with a lot of love, but marriage is sacred and marriage is not for everyone. Marriage is work, marriage is really hard and everyone's like, 'Well are you going to get married again?' I'm like, 'I don't know.' "
— Hilary Duff, on her marriage stance following her divorce from ex-husband Mike Comrie, to The Love Bomb
"I think every single person in the world has insecurities. It's crazy because I think that when other people look at all of the VS models or all of the girls [who] are walking, they're like, 'They’re not human. They don't have any insecurities.' But I think every single girl [who's] going to be walking probably has an insecurity."
— Bella Hadid, on the real mindset of a Victoria's Secret model, to PEOPLE
"I'm like, 'I don't know what America you live in, but from what I see when I walk outside my streets of New York right now, I see lots of diversity and I see the real world and it's beautiful, and that's what should be reflected and that's what is reflected so you're just going to have to get over it.' "
— Zendaya, on the controversy over her rumored role in Spider-Man: Homecoming, to The Hollywood Reporter
"I'm starting to look myself again, but there was about a six-month period where people were like: 'What's wrong with Kelly? She doesn't smile anymore.' And I was like: 'I am smiling!' "
— Kelly Ripa, opening up about her experience with Botox, on Live with Kelly