When the stars have something to say, they say it to Now!

It’s been a grand old year of showbiz shockers, hasn’t it?

After we watched Katie Price kick 2015 off with a bang by taking on Katie Hopkins in the CBB house (oh the memories), the following 11-months have been more dramatic than a TOWIE special. Louis Walsh lost his place on the X Factor panel, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was lambasted by online trolls for her drastic weight loss.

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Michelle Keegan became Mrs. Wright in the most star-studded wedding of the year, Peter Andre put on his dancing shoes and the Pricey later said goodbye to famous assets. Oh, and in between all of that the world waited to see weather it’d be a little Prince or Princess to make Kate Middleton a mother of two.

Yes as the stories continued to break, the stars continued to come directly to their friends, to Now to strip off, break down and spill their deepest and darkest secrets… here are just some of our favourite quotes:

Professor Green: ‘I’m a bit rock ‘n’ roll, I have nights out that would make Pete Doherty shit himself.’

Mary Berry: ‘World’s sexiest woman? My husband laughed himself silly!’

Gemma Collins: ‘You could have the most expensive bag and shoes – but if you feel like shit inside it’ll show.’

Katie Hopkins: ‘Boris Johnson said he was a fan of my work – but I’d rather he was a fan of my body.’

Graham Norton: ‘One night I was air kissing Anne Hathaway at quarter to nine and then by half ten I was scraping dog poo out of my floor boards using a knife.’

Michelle Keegan: ‘Botox rumours? I take them as a compliment. Throughout high school I was the ugly duckling out of my group – there are some horrendous pictures of me out there.’

Charlotte Crosby: ‘I’ll definitely have plastic surgery, I want to look like Joan Rivers.’

Keith Lemon: ‘My perfect date? Have sex, clean it up with a flannel and then watch the Kardashians.’

James ‘Arg’ Argent: ‘When my dad drove me to rehab I didn’t think I’d ever feel worse – I was beaten up by anxiety, insecurity and depression.’

Meghan Trainor: ‘I still don’t feel famous, when I get recognised I’m like “Oh shit, I forgot!”’

Davina McCall: ‘It’s not about your size; it’s about your health. I know how hard it is taking that first step into fitness, so have a goal – maybe a dress you want to get into.’

Coleen Rooney: ‘A girl would complete our family.’

Kimberley Walsh: ‘I think being a mum has broken me, I used to be a lot tougher!’

Vicky Pattison: ‘If I’m too busy for sex, I’m too busy to care if Charlotte Crosby’s blocked me on Twitter.’

Caroline Flack: ‘The X Factor is like going back to a boyfriend you walked away from.’

Kellie Maloney: ‘Most girls go through puberty in their teens – I had a crash course in front of the British public.’

Lauren Goodger: ‘I’m insecure, scared and drank a bottle of wine a day.’

Sam Faiers: ‘I know I’m not going to break America overnight, but you see people like Kelly Brook doing well over there…’

Ferne McCann: ‘I collapsed on the floor and started to fit. My body addiction almost killed me.’

Sally Morgan: ‘If some people could drag me off the stage and burn me at the stake, they would. It’s a modern day witch-hunt.’