Inbetweeners star James Buckley said there's 'no way' someone with his talent should have got to where he did with the show, claiming he has 'over-achieved' as an actor.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall says one of his 'most important gut decisions' in walking away from a journalism job.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall says there are 'no easy solutions' to getting families to eat more healthy diets.
Dr Alex George believes everyone should have therapy sessions, saying people should think of it like speed dating if they don't find the right therapist first time.
Dr Alex George has described his family and friends as his 'lifeline' following the death of his younger brother, as he thanked the person who sent him the quote which 'got him through it'.
Strictly couple Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell are aware of the expectation on them to share their relationship online given they met on camera, but he said they 'keep most of it back' for themselves.
Joe Sugg says he often 'just wants to talk to a human' as he shares his ideas for how the online world can be a safer and more enjoyable place.
Strictly's Joe Sugg says the YouTube chapter of his life is now 'coming to a close' as he admits he wants to 'be an adult' and move into new ventures.
Steps singer Ian 'H' Watkins has opened up about his journey to parenthood and 'wanting, needing' and failing to have children before his sons were born.
Steps have remembered a celeb-studded night in LA which ended in them 'escaping' over the wall of Jayne Mansfield's former mansion.
Steps' Platinum Collection album may have gone to number one last week but the band admit they don't 'care quite so much where it charts' as they used to.
BBC radio presenter Scott Mills has remembered some of of his favourite celebrity encounters from his time at Radio 1, as he prepares to move to Radio 2 in the autumn.
Radio 1's Scott Mills says his time on Strictly was the 'best thing he ever did' to conquer the nerves and self-consciousness he feels on TV.
Radio 1's Scott Mills said he is 'coming to terms' with leaving the BBC radio station, despite a period in denial about the move, which will see him start at Radio 2 in the autumn.
McFly's Danny Jones says the band is 'better than ever' now and loving it more than ever, as he shared a story about how a leftover nacho became symbolic of each member's plans for the group.
McFly's Danny Jones says the 'massive bout of anxiety' he suffered when his parents split in his teens helped him become 'stronger' and 'more of a man than he'd ever be'.
McFly's Danny Jones remembers turning up to a boyband audition looking like he was in an 'Oasis cover band' because he mis-read the advert.
Amanda de Cadenet says she doesn't think people in the music industry are behaving any differently since the MeToo movement, and she's not sure the business will ever have its 'reckoning'.
Amanda de Cadenet has spoken of her 'long and extensive' mental health journey, and says now she will not get into situations that will compromise her wellbeing for any amount of money.
Amanda de Cadenet says she 'doesn't know if she'd be alive today' if she had remained living in the UK because of the way the tabloid media 'bullies' famous women.
BBC Radio 4 presenter Emma Barnett said she doesn't model herself on veteran interviewer Jeremy Paxman, though she is 'very appreciative' of the praise he has sent her way.
Emma Barnett has spoken about her most memorable 'breathtaking' interviews, and they are two which show the range of the topics the broadcaster covers.
Emma Barnett says IVF is like 'banging your head against a brick wall' as she opened up about her experience and the importance of using her platform to speak about the process not just when it is successful.
Blue's Antony Costa said I'm A Celebrity 'saved him' after the band called it a day in 2005 and he was left 'sitting at home'.