Just like the rest of the world, celebrities have gone crazy for 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and have taken to the internet to express their love for the S&M filled book.
While fans everywhere try to guess who will play the lead roles of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in the upcoming movie adaption of E L James' 'mummy porn' novel, the world's most famous have let their opinions be known!
We have given you a run down of the book's most famous fans. Check out what they have said:
Ian Somerhalder: The actor told Ryan Seacrest, "I absolutely would be up for [playing Christian Grey in the movie]. I have the book and I just started reading it. That would be a pretty incredible thing and hopefully that could pan out. Yes, beyond a shadow of a doubt I think that would be a phenomenal opportunity."
Audrina Patridge: tweeted, "Who's read 50 Shades of Grey? I'm going to start reading the first book tomorrow. Pretty excited."
Alexander Skarsgard: The actor said during ComicCon about playing Christian Grey, "I was born to play that part."
Ryan Seacrest: "I'm obsessed. I'm past the bathtub scene, so I'm making progress. It's fascinating to see something like that capture the zeitgeist and also it's really interesting to read. And I'm using it as a manual. I think it can be a study book for a lot of people."
Whitney Port: She tweeted, "Entranced in 50 Shades of Grey. Geez!"
Bar Rafaeli: The model replied to Kim Kardashian when she tweeted a picture of the book asking "Should I or shouldn't I?" with "I'm already on the second one. I think that answers it."
Angelina Jolie: Ange was seen picking up the novel on the set of her latest film and reportedly wants a role in the upcoming film...We can't imagine her as innocent virginal Anastasia so maybe one of Christian's past conquests such as 'Mrs Robinson'?
Michelle Heaton: The yummy mummy was snapped reading the book during a hair appointment.
Tulisa: The singer remains firm that she was one of the first fans to speak out: "I was one of the first people to get onto the 50 Shades hype. My make-up artist introduced me to the book because she knows, personally, I like dominating men. I think it's because I am so dominating that I need a dominating guy. So my make-up artist, knowing me, knew about this book and said, 'Oh my God, you have to read it, you are going to love it, this book was made for you'. I started reading it and just became obsessed."
Ellen DeGeneres: The talk show host did a reading on Ellen but said, "Is it okay to paraphrase so I don't say the exact words? I'm going to put it in my own words."
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