CELEBRITIES always have something to say. Here is this week's quotes round-up

"We are going to be Locke-Locke. I like the idea that his family and my family will be joined together."

– Made in Chelsea's Ollie Locke tells Hello! he and his fiance Gareth Locke will join their matching surnames when they get married.

"I think she would have been OK, if she could have had a bit more time, that's all. But that's the thing about Strictly Come Dancing - the show's upon you before you know it."

– Strictly Come Dancing professional Anton Du Beke tells BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans about being the first to exit with Susannah Constantine.

"I used to see my friends every day, but I just can't fit it in right now."

– Fearne Cotton tells Women's Health magazine that her social life has taken a hit due to her busy schedule.

"Simon (Cowell) was so gracious to find me a spot on the live shows but at this point I really don't think I'm needed and I would honestly feel odd coming in at this point." 

– Sharon Osbourne posted on social media to explain why she will not be joining this year's X Factor UK series.

"It felt like someone had a hand held tight at my throat. The nurses start hovering and they want to take her away. What we experienced and saw over those 24 hours, no-one should have to see or have to go through."

– Take That singer Gary Barlow opened up on the pain of losing his daughter in an extract of his upcoming autobiography, A Better Me, serialised in The Sun.

"I've been told I'll be the first drag queen to headline at Wembley Arena! I'm excited ... but also concerned that they aren't prepared for glitter and wig hair clogs in the dressing room sinks!"

– RuPaul's Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio has announced a UK arena tour.

"I was in the middle of the car park and I thought to myself, 'I'm here alone, in the middle of a car park, and I'm about to die'."

– Former X Factor contestant Chico Slimani recounted on Loose Women what he believed were his final thoughts after suffering a stroke.

"We're definitely superhero-movie heavy when you go to see big movies nowadays."

– Tom Hardy talks about the film industry as he promotes his new Marvel film Venom.

"I'm going to buzz off in November because I'm fed up with the corruption in this country."

– Monty Python star John Cleese told ITV's Good Morning Britain about leaving the UK.