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Taking a break from doing the interview herself, Oprah Winfrey stopped by the "Late Show with David Letterman" on Wednesday (July 31).
The Queen of Daytime smiled for fans and photographers outside the studio in NYC in a gray color-block dress with matching heels.
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It’s almost time for Lindsay Lohan to walk free from rehab, and it sounds like she already has a lucrative gig lined up.
The “Georgia Rule” actress will sit down with Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network for a tell-all interview after having negotiated the deal over the past four months.
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2012 was a great year for all kinds of famous folks, and Forbes has just released their list of the 100 Most Powerful Celebrities.
And it’s really no surprise that Oprah Winfrey scored the number 1 spot, thanks to her $77 million salary last year, and her massive media presence.
Sharing one of Hollywood's cutest couple's stories, Oprah Winfrey sat down with John Legend and Chrissy Teigen on "Oprah's Next Chapter" recently.
After being together for seven years, the Queen of Daytime asked the soulful singer what made him propose.
Sharing her success stories to a promising group of young people, Oprah Winfrey addressed the graduating class at Harvard University on Thursday (May 30).
During the 362nd commencement, the queen of daytime and Harvard President Drew Faust addressed attendees at the annual meeting of the Harvard Alumni Association.
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Much to the delight of the excitable hosts, Oprah Winfrey made an unexpected appearance on "Live with Kelly and Michael" on Tuesday (May 28).
Joining pal Tyler Perry, who was there to promote his new series, "The Haves and the Have Nots" on the Queen of Daytime's OWN Network, she gave and received much love on the episode.
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With several familiar faces making an appearance, Forbes' unveiled their annual list of the World's Most Powerful Women this week.
Each year, 100 females are ranked by wealth, media momentum, and social impact by the popular magazine.
Featuring an all-star cast portraying some of the most recognizable names in American history, the trailer for "The Butler" hit the web on Wednesday (May 8).
Directed by Lee Daniels, the film follows the life of Eugene Allen, who served eight presidents in the White House from 1952-1986.