QUOTES OF THE DAY.
"I operate under the hope that he won't be president for very long. Why don't we see if every night - and twice in the afternoon - for 12 weeks if a piece of theatre can raise enough of a ruckus to discombobulate the man sitting in the Oval Office? I don't know, but I'd like to find out" - Film-maker Michael Moore, above, who is planning a satirical Broadway show about President Trump.
"There'd be no point in me remembering an idyllic home life as a child with two parents who adored each other and pretend we were The Waltons, because my reality was that Mummy and Daddy were not right for each other and often it felt like a turbulent environment" - Dame Barbara Windsor.
"Part of me is thrilled that Kim Kardashian's gargantuan derriere is considered a thing of beauty. On the other hand, isn't there something grotesquely cartoonish about her rear?" - Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz.
"She has what I call the loving blood. Passion for everything. That's what I find attractive. There is beauty and there is being sexy. Penelope has both" - Hollywood star Javier Bardem talks about his wife, Penelope Cruz.
"I am not in the metaphorical departure lounge yet, but I am a good way down the M4 and I can see the signs for the airport. It makes me quite reflective" - Inspector George Gently star Martin Shaw, 72, below.
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||May 3, 2017|
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