Plus: Gaga and Taylor Kinney are all wet, Colton Haynes parties with Christian Louboutin, and more!
When I was a book publicist, “What about Oprah?” was the most sigh-inducing, eye-rolling question an author could ask.
A new season of Oprah: Where Are They Now? premieres on Sunday, March 8, and those tuning in will get some updates from Sister Wives stars Kody Brown and his wives, Robyn, Meri, Janelle, and Christine. Fans just watched as the BrownShow More Summary
Kelly-Brown v. Winfrey, No. 11 cv 7875 (S.D.N.Y. Mar. 5. 2015) Kelly-Brown and her company, Own Your Power Communications, Inc., sued Oprah Winfrey and related defendants, alleging that they unlawfully used plaintiffs’ “Own Your Power”...Show More Summary
When we found out Nick Gordon's interview with Dr. Phil was actually going to be an intervention, we honestly didn't expect it to be so effective! But the wisdom of Oprah's favorite doc prevailed. Bobbi Kristina's man has reportedly checked into rehab! [ Related: Nick Goes On A Twitter Rant Amidst Legal Drama And Bobbi Kristina's Stalled Condition [...]
Shania Twain on overcoming dysphonia, how Huntsville, Ont. prepared her for Las Vegas, trying to forget Oprah, and her first tour in over a decade The post Shania Twain: ‘I want to love where I’m going but it’s a challenge’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Oprah Winfrey will not be making her long-awaited Broadway debut in 'Night, Mother. As previously reported, the iconic talk show host had been looking to headline a revival of the play opposite six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald, but she has decided against it.
On this weekend’s episode of Super Soul Sunday, Oprah Winfrey asks TED Books author Pico Iyer to explain more precisely what he means by the word ‘stillness.’ It’s not so much about meditation, he says. “It’s sanity and it’s balance, and it’s a chance to put things in perspective,” he says. Like so many others, [ … ]
A judge rules that the phrase isn't protected by a motivational entrepreneur's trademark. read more
Oprah Winfrey has prevailed in a trademark lawsuit challenging her use of the phrase “Own Your Power”. ||| New York - Oprah Winfrey has prevailed in a trademark lawsuit challenging her use of the phrase “Own Your Power” in her namesake magazine, on TV, on websites and in social media accounts. Show More Summary
Last year, Huffington Post's Kate Auletta gave us "13 Reasons Why You're Winning At Life If You're In Croatia." Richard Gere, Sean Connery, John Malkovich, Tom Cruise, Oprah, Jay-Z, Beyonce and many other A-listers have vacationed on...Show More Summary
What does Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Oprah Winfrey have in common apart from their astronomical net worths? Well, more... The post Habits Of The World’s Richest People [Infographic] appeared first on Lifehack.
It was a slow breakup — the kind you know is coming but neither side wants to initiate.
Terrence Howard’s emotional introduction for the Best Picture nominees during last month’s 87th annual Academy Awards left many viewers bewildered by the actor’s awkward pauses in his monologue. Earlier this week the “Empire” star appeared...Show More Summary
Oprah Winfrey, the talk show host legend, is laying off 200 employees as she shuts down the iconic Harpo Studios in Chicago and moves to Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter said. This isn’t the end of Winfrey’s empire, though; it’s
180 people get to find a new job come December. Merry Christmas!
Scott Sanders, a Broadway producer who was organizing the revival, said that he and Ms. Winfrey were now “working closely on a new play" for her Broadway acting debut.
Oprah Winfrey and Harpo Studios have called Chicago home for the past 26 years. That’s about to change. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Oprah is shutting down Harpo and shifting all operations to OWN’s headquarters in LA. This is...Show More Summary
Oprah Winfrey is leaving Chicago and heading west. She announced to her staff Tuesday that Harpo Studios is closing after 25 years in the Windy City and her studio complex is up for grabs. Harpo will shutter its doors in December, NBC Chicago reported, but it’s not a huge surprise. Show More Summary
“Last February, The New York Times reported that talk show queen Oprah Winfrey was in talks to make her long-awaited Broadway debut in a revival of Marsha Norman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play ‘night, Mother opposite five-time Tony-Award winner Audra McDonald. Winfrey was reportedly interested in portraying the role of a mother who desperately tries to prevent […]