No matter how you feel about Oprah, it's tough to deny she's always had mad acting chops -- something she proves pretty adorably in this promo for her OWN cable network, wherein she adeptly revives her character Sofia from the iconic 1985 film ‘The Color Purple' and pits her opposite Tyler Perry’s famous (or rather, infamous) character Medea.
Oprah's co-star in the upcoming film 'The Butler,' Terrence Howard, recently had a few choice words to say about his sex scene with her, and most of those words involved her giant rack and how much he loved it.
Some people found his comments crass and insulting -- but Oprah wasn't one of them.
Crafty domestic goddess Martha Stewart has inked a deal with JCPenney that will basically give her a monopoly on the major retailer and simultaneously ban Oprah and Rosie O'Donnell from doing business with the chain -- and that's just for starters.
Do not pass the crocheted tea-cozy replica of Go. Do not collect 200 Michael's coupons.
Whitney Houston's mother Cissy Houston is making the rounds to promote her lip-twitching memoir about her daughter -- this time on 'Oprah's Next Chapter,' where she brought along her son Michael Houston to divest himself of a secret.
How does Oprah Winfrey keep her skin looking so great? She rubs human foreskin on it, of course.
No, that isn't the punchline to a joke and her boyfriend Stedman doesn't get an emergency call when she spots a wrinkle. Winfrey's favorite anti-aging skin cream is SkinMedica, which apparently contains actual discarded manparts.
As if that weren't weird enough, her love of the product has caused some dissension from the Canadian Foreskin Awareness Project, which not only really exists, but protested outside Oprah's sold-out Vancouver event on Jan. 24.
It didn't take long after Lance Armstrong told Oprah those words everyone had been waiting years to hear -- yes, he doped during his illustrious cycling career -- before Twitter lit up with reactions.
When we weren't taking shots or playing bingo, we complied some of the better tweets we saw.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's much-anticipated interview with Oprah Winfrey will finally air on Thursday and Friday night, during which he's expected to admit that performance-enhancing drugs were a big part of his storied career.
In response, humanity has decided to create drinking games inspired by his shameful ways. It's what we as a species do best.