"I’m not an icon, icons attract iconoclasm."
As her new short story collection appears, the writer talks about fame, the future and the joys of her ‘granny phase’. (NI) action press
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"Twitter and those platforms just didn’t feel natural to me."
This R&B star has been writing ‘gritty and raw’ songs since she was 14, but it wasn’t until the Californian came to London that she truly found her sound. (GO) Mirrorpix
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"You have to think about 100 years down the line."
The former Labour prime minister on why it's so important for him to campaign for the No vote in the Scottish independence referendum – and what Amy Winehouse said to Nelson Mandela. (GO) Camera Press
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"I realised the book I'd been writing for 18 months was awful."
The author of Hideous Kinky on her childhood memories of watching her father, Lucian Freud, paint, and how abandoning one novel led to another, about the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. (GO) LUZphoto
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"Sometimes it's very stressful to be in the spotlight all the time and you have to try to look confident and happy even when sometimes you're feeling sad or you're down."
Selena Gomez on balancing her acting and singing ambitions, cooking, her new film "Rudderless", growing up with strong values of Latin culture, and realising that being in a relationship is not a fairy tale. (DB) Camera Press
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"With Guns N’Roses in the 80ies a typical day was more or less just recovering from the night before."
Slash on Guns N' Roses, overdosing, alcohol, heroine & cocaine, his most out of control period, his biggest problems getting clean, private jets and his first waste of money. (ATA) Luz
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"I am semi-retired for years and I am on sabbatical, and I kind of refuse to work at the moment, so I have a weird strategy. "
Ashley Judd on reviving herself, her love for animals, environmental issues and her mentor. (DA) Action Press
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"Being eternally known as James Bond has no downside."
The actor, 86, on the women in his life, his humanitarian work – and Daniel Craig’s trunks (GO) Mirrorpix
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"I was one of those boys who smoked at school because it was illegal. In university, as soon as it was allowed, I gave up."
It's two years since he took the plunge and left the lords and ladies of Downton. He tells us how Hollywood toughened him up. (GO) action press
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"Being gay and dressing like a woman doesn’t mean I want to be a woman — I don’t."
The Austrian drag queen Tom Neuwirth, aka Conchita Wurst, 25, talks about life after winning this year’s Eurovision. (NI) action press
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