They said what?
"In airbrushed pictures I don't recognise myself sometimes. I look worse, I look weird" - TV's Stacey Solomon.
"I'm a Tottenham girl. You don't have to go to Rada, or some big drama school. I didn't go that Rada route and I am living my dream, daily. If I inspire some young kid who's going 'I don't have the money to go to drama school, I don't have those kind of connections' ... Baby, I did it, I'm doing it" - Singer and actress Sharon D Clarke.
"I give away free drinks every time we win the Grand National, it probably won't happen for another 45 years" - Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary, owner of Grand National winner Tiger Roll.
"I definitely do not go home and play Queen Victoria, I want to make that clear. But I really enjoy the company of her, if that makes sense" - Actress Jenna Coleman who plays Victoria in the ITV period drama.
"The blame for both the crisis of anti-Semitism within the Labour Party and the party's failure to deal with it ultimately rests with Jeremy Corbyn. Corbyn is therefore unfit to be prime minister" - Motion passed by the Jewish Labour Movement.
"I can't watch it now. I don't want to see friends who are no longer with us on screen" - Actor Nicholas Lyndhurst, who played Rodney in Only Fools And Horses, saying it is too upsetting to watch it now.
"Best way to be healthy is to get your hands dirty - in the soil!" - Gardening advice offered by Jeremy Corbyn to a US politician.
"Everybody knows what leads to a healthy lifestyle, but it's not up to me to give you a blow-by-blow account of what I've eaten that day. It's not helpful, and it's not what's important" - TV's Holly Willoughby.
"I don't know when the leadership contest will happen but for me it's always been a vehicle for changing Britain for the better, simple as that" - Former education secretary Justine Greening, saying she may stand for the Tory leadership.