Oprah asked what small things people can do to have a big impact for animals. I suggested that one easy, high-impact action would be to join our Meatless Mondays campaign. Photo by Huy Doan/Harpo, Inc. Arguably, no other animal advocate has the platform, the followers, and the influence of Oprah Winfrey. Show More Summary
Read PETA Founder Ingrid Newkirk’s appeal to a woman who often changes everything with just a nod of her head. The post Oprah, Your Open Heart Will Mean Their Life appeared first on PETA.
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Sammy Hagar, the lead singer of Van Halen from 1986 to 1996, knew how to put on a show. After all, you can’t exactly perform a song like “Jump” and not, well, jump. But Hagar tells “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” that prior to rocking out...Show More Summary
It isn’t often that two mystical beings kick it in the same space. You never see a baby unicorn and Idris Elba on the same day. But it happened recently when the mystical black goddess that is Oprah Winfrey and the God’s favorite film director Ava DuVernay combined their forces to make OWN’s Queen Sugar. Winfrey […]
Bachelor in Paradise bachelor Daniel Maguire has shared his always-entertaining opinion on the Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray scandal regarding her juicy It's Not Okay memoir.
After Bow Wow sat down with Vlad like an Oprah special… You just knew Erica Mena was going to respond.
Della Reese performing on her show in 1970. (Photo: Bettmann/Getty Images) Depending on whom you ask, the name Della Reese conjures a different cultural memory. For most, it evokes Tess, the wry, sarcastic, kind-hearted angel she played in mid-'90s staple Touched by an Angel. Show More Summary
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Colson Whitehead's slavery story is Oprah's latest literary selection.
As a faithful Real Housewives of Orange County viewer, I often miss the old days of the first couple of seasons. The Real Housewives franchise wasn’t a “thing” yet, and I felt like I was getting a behind-the-scenes glimpse into a private Orange County community. Show More Summary
Rev up your summer with expert career tips from Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah Winfrey, and other billionaires.
There was an episode of Oprah that aired a long, long time ago that was about the survivors of terrible accidents. At least, I think that’s what it was about. It aired around the time of the Singapore Airlines flight 006 tragedy back...Show More Summary
Debuting ad-free on September 6-7, OWN's family drama Queen Sugar is a potent and loving meditation on mourning and reconciliation. The 13-episode first season executive produced by Ava DuVernay, Oprah Winfrey and Melissa Carter thankfully...Show More Summary
Sammy Hagar says he has moved past all of the bad blood with his former Van Halen bandmates and he hopes to rekindle a friendship with them. In an upcoming interview on Oprah: Where Are They Now?, Hagar says he wants to “forgive and “forget” all of the past drama with former pals Eddie and... Show More Summary
Hollywood powerhouses, co-creators and good friends Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfery grace the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter. In their joint interview, the two women speak about #BlackLivesMatter, diversity versus inclusion,Show More Summary
The word "diversity" comes up a lot when talking about director Ava DuVernay and her projects. Her first feature film was 2014's Oscar-snubbed "Selma," which chronicled Martin Luther King Jr.'s campaign to secure equal voting rightsShow More Summary
Preferring to speak of “inclusion,” filmmaker Ava DuVernay cringes at the buzzword “diversity,” even though it’s a term that her friend and frequent producer, Oprah Winfrey, has used in the past when talking about the changing role of African-Americans within the entertainment industry. Show More Summary
And why she's using "inclusion" instead
In The Hollywood Reporter’s latest cover story, queens and close buds Oprah Winfrey and Ava DuVernay discussed their upcoming work collaborations and I bet you’ll never guess what else they talked about. Guess. Read more...