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Celeb Quotes of the Day: Selena Gomez, Billie Lourd & More

Selena Gomez on working as a child star. Plus, Billie Lourd and more

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"I felt very violated and I didn't like it or understand it, and that felt very weird, because I was a young girl and they were grown men. I didn't like that feeling. Then, I would say the last season of my show, I was probably 18 years old, is when I felt like the flip happened. I didn't feel like it was about my art as much."

—Selena Gomez, on her experience as a child star on Wizards of Waverly Place, to Business of Fashion

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"You know, when I was secretary of state, I came out of that job I think with a 69 percent approval rating because I was in service to our country. I was in service to our president. I was proud to do it. But when a woman walks into the arena and says, 'I'm going for this myself,' it really does have a dramatic effect on how people perceive."

— Hillary Clinton, speaking about her presidential election loss, on Today

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"I never thought I was that person who'd have a Pinterest board. I like doing all of that pinning things."

—Kirsten Dunst, on wedding planning with fiancé Jesse Plemons, on Live with Kelly & Ryan

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"There's no way to really explain it — it's so hard to talk about. If I say I'm doing good, I'm too happy. If I say I'm not doing good, then I'm a mess. So it's really hard to know what to say about it because it's so surreal and impossible to deal with."

— Billie Lourd, opening up about losing mom Carrie Fisher and grandmother Debbie Reynolds, to Ellen DeGeneres

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"To be completely honest, when I was first starting out, everyone knew who [James] was and so I just made a choice that I just wanted to do my own thing for a little while."

— Dave Franco, on why it took so long to work alongside brother James Franco, to PEOPLE

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"Sometimes, I don't think I have any style at all."

— Rosamund Pike, admitting that she's "okay" at getting dressed for high-profile events, to PEOPLE

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"James Woods tried to pick me and my friend up at a restaurant once. He wanted to take us to Vegas. 'I'm 16' I said. 'Even better' he said."

— Amber Tamblyn, revealing actor James Woods hit on her when she was a teenager, on Twitter

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"I am extremely lucky to have caught it in time, and it just goes to show you have to know your body and be very aware of any changes."

— Bethenny Frankel, revealing she will undergo skin cancer surgery, to PEOPLE

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"I had just wrapped a drama I said, 'I just think I'm too tired,' and then they convinced me to read with Eric McCormack."

— Debra Messing, on almost skipping her Will & Grace audition, to PEOPLE

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"I couldn't be more grateful to be your partner in crime. You are the most incredible man, and I love you more than absolutely anything. I can't wait to celebrate you. Here's to many, many more birthdays together."

— Ariel Winter, celebrating boyfriend Levi Meaden's 30th birthday, on Instagram

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"Every morning I genuinely wake up and realize how lucky and blessed I am – despite how I often look in pictures!"

— Victoria Beckham, stressing that she does "smile and laugh a lot," to The Sunday Times

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"You know, if you wake my kid up in the middle of the night by accident, you're dead to me."

— Jessica Biel, joking about her 2-year-old son Silas, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

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"My family members but also my friends kind of formed who I am. I do believe a lot of that context and environment is part of creating who we are, not only nature. I would want to do that with a family one day too if that's the case."

— Alicia Vikander, on how she plans to raise her future children, to PEOPLE

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"It was perfection. And I'm like, 'Shoot, I'm going to have to elope after this. There's no competing with this wedding. This wedding is like a Nicholas Sparks movie on steroids.' It really is, it's incredible."

— Derek Hough, on his sister Julianne's "incredible" wedding, to PEOPLE

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"[When] I was diagnosed with endometriosis, I gained 40 pounds because my hormones were so crazy. And it was like, 'Oh, [producers] want to offer you this role, but they want to know why you got fat.' I realized being shamed for gaining weight or being too thin felt the same."

— Jaime King, on her experience with body shaming, to the New York Post

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"I haven't been this trim in probably 15-20 years and I feel great. Who knew dancing was such an amazing workout!"

— Drew Scott, on his Dancing with the Stars experience, to PEOPLE

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"You just have to take it one day at a time, some days are easier than others and some days you forget about drinking and using, but for me, I work on my physical health, which is important, but my mental health as well."

— Demi Lovato, on her sobriety, at the annual Brent Shapiro Foundation for Drug Prevention Summer Spectacular

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"I don't agree with Botox miss @stasdoeshair but I'll take it as a compliment."

— David Beckham, replying to a fan who said "botox looks good" on the retired athlete, on Instagram

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"I did a song with her, it was fun, she was professional. She gets on with my girlfriend, they're good friends. I don't have a bad word to say about her. She's cool."

— Zayn Malik, speaking about criticism surrounding Taylor Swift, to Fader

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"I feel like when you categorize people and put them into a group, then it creates aloneness and segregation."

— Jordyn Woods, on not wanting to be a "plus size" model, to E!

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"The accent and everything about her was discovered when I was giving my kids baths. I think I tried 17 different things on them … One day I just got really nutty and did [the voice] and they fell over laughing. I did it all night long and I finally found it."

— Angelina Jolie, on how she perfected Maleficent's villainous voice, at the Toronto Film Festival

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"Right now with my kids, because I have no breasts, I don't exist. I pick them up, I give them a bottle and I hand them back to my wife and they're happier."

— George Clooney, opening up about fatherhood, to PEOPLE

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"We send women the message that it's all supposed to be perfect, but it's not. Believe me, it's still hard, and my kids are adults!"

— Kyra Sedgwick, on parenting, to Good Housekeeping

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"When I read [the script] I threw it across the room and told him he had severe psychological problems. But it's a masterpiece."

— Jennifer Lawrence, on working with boyfriend and director Darren Aronofsky on mother!, at a Toronto Film Festival press conference

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"I think trying to wear nine inch heels and tights trussed up like a Thanksgiving turkey, those days are gone [for me]."

— Octavia Spencer, on how comfort and confidence makes her feel sexy, to PEOPLE

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"It's fun for me because I like to eat and she's in a great mode for that right now."

— Ike Barinholtz, on hiding costar Mindy Kaling's baby bump while filming The Mindy Project, at PaleyFest 

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"He prefers [me] without makeup. Makes it easy on me."

— Jenna Dewan Tatum, admitting that husband Channing Tatum likes her sans makeup, to PEOPLE

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"I want to make mistakes. I want to make bad decisions and learn from them. That's the only way I'm going to grow."

— Kylie Jenner, on why she doesn't mind messing up, on Life of Kylie

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"I'm not 100% sure if I broke it, or what, but it definitely was broken at a certain point, and I definitely have guilty feelings and memories about it, so I think I did break it, a little bit."

— Jason Ritter, on accidentally breaking his late dad John Ritter's Emmy, to PEOPLE

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"Life is life. Life is beautiful. Life is tough sometimes though so let's try not looking down at someone unless we intend on helping them up."

— Mara Lane, revealing she and husband Jonathan Rhys Meyers suffered a miscarriage, on Instagram

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