Celeb Quotes of the Day: Rihanna, Ellen Pompeo & More

“I mean, I know when I’m having a fat day and when I’ve lost weight. I accept all of the bodies. I’m not built like a Victoria’s Secret girl, and I still feel very beautiful and confident in my lingerie.”

— Rihanna, on the culture of body-shaming and her new inclusive collection of nude lingerie, to Vogue

“We really have the best fans in the world. They just adore everything we do and I don’t know how many people are lucky enough to say that. Maybe Rihanna and Beyoncé. They can do anything and people love it.”

— Ellen Pompeo, on how supportive Grey’s Anatomy fans are, to Entertainment Tonight

“Quick change in here … run, hustle down here. Lay down here, and then … I’ll just disappear to somewhere else.”

— Taylot Swift, describing her new “rocket sled” that will rapidly transport her across the stage during her upcoming Reputation Stadium Tour, on her Instagram Story

“I finally got to experience all 3 of [N.Y.C.’s] seasons: winter, fall, summer.”

— Ryan Seacrest, joking about the overnight shift from winter to 85 degree weather in New York City, on Twitter

“There’s all kind of differences. They say girls make you sicker and that, for me, has been the truth. It’s been interesting so far.”

— Kate Hudson, on how this pregnancy has differed from her previous two, to PEOPLE

“I keep thinking it’s borrowed and I have to give it back at some point.”

— Lea Michele, on her stunning new 4-carat diamond engagement ring, on Watch What Happens Live

“I’ve been away from her more than I’ve been there and it’s hard, but FaceTime is a beautiful thing in the meantime. My baby wasn’t planned so we’re adjusting.”

— Macklemore, on balancing his Gemini tour and spending time with his newborn, to Fault magazine

“You realize it’s not about music. It’s about making good TV moments and massaging a story. I didn’t get into this business to be a television show host and to be given all these [rules]. Especially as a female.”

— Christina Aguilera, on why she won’t be returning as a host on The Voice, in her Billboard June cover story

“It’s a lot of responsibility — [making sure] he doesn’t eat anything on the floor. We’ve put together a bit of an infrastructure to support the fact that he is here. I think we’ve done it well, but it doesn’t stop me from freaking out.”

— Maks Chmerkovskiy, on how he and wife Peta Murgatroyd are balancing parenting their newborn son while on their 50-city Maks & Val & Peta: Confidential tour, to PEOPLE

“OCD is weird. I laugh about it now… if I get really stressed about something, I’ll start to have the same thought over and over again, and no matter how many times I get to the resolution, I feel like something bad is about to happen if I don’t keep thinking about it.”

— Camila Cabello, on her struggle with obsessive-compulsive disorder, in her Cosmopolitan U.K. June cover story

“I am affected by it because I don’t feel confident when I dress up and go on the red carpet. I’m not that person who knows how to work it. I try to channel Beyoncé. I do the same pose every time.”

— Sandra Bullock, on how tabloids affect her and how she tries to channel self-confidence on the red carpet, to InStyle 

“I had been feeling a little emotional and crazy and thought, ‘Wow, this isn’t me.’ Then all of a sudden I realized, ‘Hey, I remember this.’ When I saw the results of the test, my jaw dropped.”

— Joanna Gaines, on the moment she found out she was pregnant with her fifth child, to PEOPLE

“I pretty much draw on my eyebrows, put my hair in a bun and maybe have time for a little wand of mascara. And I really try to take a shower everyday!”

— Hillary Scott, on her post-twins beauty routine, to PEOPLE

“Honestly, thank you and everybody for all the love and support. It’s truly so amazing. It’s all love!”

— Jenna Dewan, thanking her fans and Ellen for their support after her split from Channing Tatum, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show 

“Even when I was in relationships, I was always honest with my partners, that adoption was how my family would look one day. This was definitely not a second option for me. It was always my first.”

— Charlize Theron, on always knowing that adoption was her pathway to motherhood, to PEOPLE

“It is called Sweetener because it’s kind of about bringing light to a situation or to someone’s life or somebody else who brings light to your life or sweetens the situation.”

— Ariana Grande, revealing the title of her forthcoming album and how it may have been inspired by the Manchester bombing at her May 2017 concert, on The Tonight Show 

“When my son brought home a family portrait and there was a circle—a ring—between my legs, and I go ‘What is that?’ and he goes, ‘Mommy, that’s your hole,’ and I died.”

— Malin Akerman, on the last time she laughed so hard she cried, on People Now

“He’ll lift up my shirt and say, ‘There’s a baby in your belly. Baby, come out,’ he’ll talk to him. It’s really sweet.”

— Hilaria Baldwin, on oldest son Rafael understanding that she’s pregnant, to PEOPLE

“It was really nice… As long as I don’t have to stop being myself, it’s just who I am.”

— Mariah Carey, on the support she’s received from fans since opening up about her battle with bipolar disorder, to PEOPLE

“He finally asked me out, we met at a restaurant and what can I say? He had me at hello.”

— Katie Couric, on falling for now-husband John Molner at first sight, to PEOPLE

“When I walk into a room, I hope to have interesting conversations with people; I’m not interested in whether people look at me or not. In fact, quite the opposite.”

— Kate Winslet, on avoiding “showoff clothes” at events, to The Hollywood Reporter

“I’m here to tell you that I am a PTSD survivor, thriver, bad ass m f—-er… Asking for help, needing help doesn’t make you weak or less worthy of love or support or success.”

— Gabrielle Union, on what advice she’d give her younger self after being diagnosed with PTSD, for The Child Mind Institute’s #MyYoungerSelf social media campaign

“I thought if I came out, ‘NSYNC would be over, so I kept my secret and our wildest dreams were coming true. But so many nights onstage I’d see young gay fans singing their hearts out, and I just wanted them to know, ‘I was you.’”

— Lance Bass, on why he chose not to come out while ‘NSYNC was still making music, at the band’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony

“It would just not be a cleavage corset. I like corsets, but I’d like it to be higher. It’s funny because sometimes I look around and I’m just like—wow, I’m the only one who has cleavage.” 

— Elizabeth Olsen, on how she would update her Avengers costume, to Elle

“What happened to Emily?”

— Blake Lively, in a cryptic game of hangman posted to her Instagram before she apparently deleted all photos on her account, on Instagram

“It was like being raped. It felt like I’d lost part of my soul and been talked about in such cruel and mean ways… I didn’t want to be known as that.”

— Paris Hilton, on the 2004 leak of her sex tape, in her new movie The American Meme

“I’m not going to be less crazy. There’s an awesome band, and there’s dancing and glitter. That’s a promise I will keep — there will always be glitter.”

— Kesha, on not letting her ongoing legal battle with her producer Dr. Luke affect her tour, to Cosmopolitan

“Anybody who’s a parent out there knows that it’s like you’ve never been more excited to be peed on.”

— Justin Timberlake, on potty training son Silas Randall, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

“You deserve to feel just as beautiful on the days you wear no makeup, the days you don’t shower and the days you feel like you’re depressed. And you have an obligation to take care of yourself from the inside out because that’s how you can truly feel beautiful.”

— Kristen Bell, on what she would tell her younger self while suffering from anxiety and depression, for The Child Mind Institute’s #MyYoungerSelf social media campaign

“We ended up reconnecting and now I’ve gone over to her house, we’ve gone hiking, she’s made us lunch… it’s so nice to just be with her again, I’ve missed her very much.”

— Christina Applegate, on rekindling her friendship with former Sweetest Thing co-star Cameron Diaz, to People Now 

“I wouldn’t have imagined anything happening. And, you know, when you get hit sideways you get hit sideways. You don’t pick who you fall in love with.”

— Orlando Bloom, on falling unexpectedly for Katy Perry, to The Times

“I just think it’s so important to enjoy the moment—and eat cake!”

— Serena Williams, on what wedding advice she’d give pal Meghan Markle, on Good Morning America  

“Healing is our birthright… It is our birthright to know in our bones that it wasn’t our fault. We humans hurt each other and sometimes we hurt ourselves, but we can make decisions and take actions that free us.”

— Ashley Judd, on sexual assault survivors, at the Tribeca Film Festival’s Time’s Up panel

“When my mother wanted me to work in the school system…and be a typist, I rebelled by growing my nails. Even when I had to learn the guitar for A Star Is Born, I only had to cut them on one hand.”

— Barbra Streisand, on the history of her famously long nails, on her Instagram Story 

“I can’t use this perfumed watered down white people shampoo. Neither can 50 [percent] of ur customers. Annoying.”

— Halsey, on how typical hotel hair products alienate people of color, on Twitter 

“Note to self, can’t turn a natural born HOE, into a HOUSEWIFE, if you find them in the gutter then leave them in the gutter. Not all people can be saved when they are so far gone. All you can say you did ur best and keep it moving.”

— Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, reacting to girlfriend Jen Harley allegedly keeping “sex videos” of her ex, on his Instagram Story 

“We have to talk honestly about what is happening and has been happening in this country and we have to challenge those who are responsible, as well as those who are giving them a pass.”

— Chance The Rapper, apologizing for the way he attempted to support Kanye amid Trump controversy, on Twitter

“I still have this fantasy of being an old Jewish lady living in the Jewish homeland. … I want to buy a farm there and maybe bring my family.”

— Roseanne Barr, on her fantasy of moving to Isreal and potentially running for prime minister, at a Jerusalem Post conference

“IM NOT SORRY. F— YOU #10yearsago.”

— Miley Cyrus, taking back her apology for a 2008 Vanity Fair photo shoot where she appeared to be topless, on Twitter

“He’s such a good guy and all the other work that he’s done. He says he’s working on stuff, you know, as we all are. No one is perfect. We have challenges.”

— Carla Hall, revealing she still talks to Mario Batali following sexual assault allegations, to PEOPLE

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