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02-02-2013

CELEBRITIES' BEST QUOTES ABOUT LOVE

Inspirational celebs love to give their fans advice about life, so here are some of the best things they've told their fans about love.

Taylor Swift on love games: “Love is a ruthless game, unless you play it good and right” (from her song “State of Grace”).

Zac Efron on love at first sight: “I don't know if I believe in love at first sight, but I do believe in two people having chemistry straight away.” (He was talking about Vanessa Hudgens!)

Miley Cyrus on the positive side of her breakup: “It's hard to imagine that our love is a story with an end. But you know, at least I'm getting some really good songs out of it.” (This was back in 2009 – and now Miley has her 'happily ever after' with Liam.)

Selena Gomez on falling in love: “"I think love is blind. You don't see it, you don't hear what people are saying, or what you're saying. You don't see what you're doing. All you see is the person in front of you.”

Katy Perry on fairytale endings: "My fairy tale has absolutely changed. I don't need the Prince Charming to have my own happy ending." (about her divorce from Russell Brand).

Niall Horan on playing with hearts: “I'd rather be called a boy and play with paper airplanes than be called a man and play with a girl's heart." (This one is going around Tumblr and is only allegedly by Niall, but it's a nice quote either way!)

Demi Lovato on real love: “Love is louder than the pressure to be perfect."

Logan Henderson from Big Time Rush on letting someone know your feelings: “"If you love somebody better tell them while they're here cause...they just may run away from you."

Nick Jonas on the power of love: “Love is never predetermined and love always overcomes."

Justin Bieber on not being scared of strong feelings: “I'm not afraid to show my emotions; if you love someone, you should tell them. If you think a girl is beautiful, you should say that.”

Wambie girls, which one of these celeb quotes do you like best?

Source: Huffington Post

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