7 days, 7 quotes: Tim Burton, Yaya Toure and Prince CharlesReported by Metro.co.uk on Friday, 11 May 2012 (on May 11, 2012)
*Dark shadows director Tim Burton on his relationship with Johnny Depp, Yaya Toure tells all about making history with Manchester City, and Prince Charles presents BBC Scotland's lunchtime weather.
Prince Charles delivers the weather (Picture: Brightcove)
We've picked the most memorable quotes from across the news this week, including Jeremy Clarkson's views on the X Factor, heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko's verdict on David Haye v Dereck Chisora, and Boris Johnson reveals his thoughts on running for PM.
'Thank God it isn't a bank holiday.'
Consummate professional Prince Charles finishes his first weather broadcast on a light note after making a surprise appearance as BBC Scotland's weatherman on Thursday.
He delivered a bleak forecast which promised cold, wet and windy conditions in Scotland but still managed to win an army of new fans on Twitter after his performance.
Wladimir Klitschko has criticised the propose fight between David Haye and Dereck Chisora (Picture: Getty Images)
'It’s a freak show under freak rules, a spit in the face of the British board.'
Heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko branded the proposed July fight between disgraced British fighters David Haye and Dereck Chisora a 'freak show' during an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live.
The fight has been sanctioned by the Luxembourg Boxing Federation as neither boxer currently holds a British boxing licence.
Rivals: Jeremy Clarkson and Simon Cowell
'[We] would love to be back in the autumn but Sunday nights will be full of fat people singing.'
Outspoken presenter Jeremy Clarkson confirmed there will be no more Top Gear this year via his Twitter account - blaming ITV's The X Factor in the process.
Salute: Manchester City's midfielder Yaya Toure (Picture: AFP/GettyImages)
'It is for occasions like this I came to City – to make history – and I hope I will make history at the weekend.'
Yaya Toure reveals his thoughts on his side's final game of the season at home to QPR, where a win would see Man City pip Man United to pick up their first Premier League title. But will the ribbons be red or blue?
Boris Johnson speaks after defeating Ken Livingstone (Picture: Getty Images)
'I’ve said eight years is enough for any politician and that’s the truth.'
Having defeated Ken Livingstone in his battle to retain his position as the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson has ruled out running for Prime Minister.
Relaxed: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Picture: AFP)
'He’s actually showing investors he doesn’t care that much.
'I think that’s a mark of immaturity. I think that he has to realise he’s bringing investors in as a new constituency right now, and I think he’s got to show them the respect that they deserve because he’s asking them for their money.'
Business analyst Michael Pachter on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg upsetting Wall Street investors with his relaxed approach to business after reportedly turning up to investment meetings wearing a hoody.
Tim Burton poses at the premiere of Dark Shadows (Picture: Reuters)
'We have a fondness for semi-obscure, weird things.'
Tim Burton admits he and Johnny Depp share a passion for the stranger things in life after teaming up with the actor for the eighth time on new film Dark Shadows.
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