The Irish Mail on Sunday

Quotes OF THE WEEK

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‘She didn’t have a beard so she was never going to win it.’

Louis Walsh, on Kasey Smith, Ireland’s

Eurovision entry ‘They don’t have men and women any more, they have “it”.’

Vladimir Zhirinovsk­y, Russian politician, responding to the victory of bearded cross-dresser Conchita Wurst

in the Eurovision ‘Never, they know I can’t bend down and pick them up any more.’

Julio Inglesias, now aged 70, says his fans no longer throw their underwear

at him ‘Just eating less and moving my a**.’

Anna Nolan, on how she lost the half-stone she says she gained presenting the last series of The Great

Irish Bake-Off ‘You’re not supposed to say this in public but an hour or so of grandchild­ren is grand, and the great thing about having grandchild­ren is that they go away somewhere else to somebody else.’

Gay Byrne, on being a grandfathe­r ‘A film so awe-inspiringl­y wooden that it is basically a fire risk.’

Peter Bradshaw, film critic, on Grace Of Monaco, which premiered this week at the Cannes Film Festival ‘They will be the wedding planners. It’s going to be Disney or paintball – one or the other.’

Angelina Jolie, who says she is allowing her six children to plan her

wedding to Brad Pitt

 ??  ?? ‘He’s like my father in a way – loves the chase and is bored with the conquest – and once married needs proof he’s still attractive to women.’
Jackie Kennedy, describes her husband, John F Kennedy, in a letter to Irish priest Joseph Leonard 50 years...
‘He’s like my father in a way – loves the chase and is bored with the conquest – and once married needs proof he’s still attractive to women.’ Jackie Kennedy, describes her husband, John F Kennedy, in a letter to Irish priest Joseph Leonard 50 years...

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