Oprah is donning her 10-gallon hat to interview Dallas icons Linda Gray (Sue Ellen) and Patrick Duffy (Bobby Ewing) on Sunday's installment of Oprah: Where Are They Now at 10 pm EST on OWN. In addition to chatting with the Dallas stars, the episode will feature Winfrey catching up with Melissa Joan Hart, Joey Lawrence and Marcia Clark. READ MORE
President Obama honored actress and former talk show queen Oprah Winfrey with the Presidential Medal of Freedom on November 20. Oprah was one of 16 individuals, including former President Bill Clinton, who received the prestigious recognition.
Does media titan Oprah Winfrey have beef with The View's Jenny McCarthy? The outspoken blonde seems to think so. Last night, McCarthy paid a trip to the Bravo clubhouse to hang with Watch What Happen Live's Andy Cohen, along with her boyfriend, Blue Bloods star Donnie Wahlberg. McCarthy dished with Cohen about having a deal with Winfrey for her planned syndicated talk show. Once OWN was created, Winfrey decided to place the show on her network instead, but McCarthy put the kibosh on the entire thing. McCarthy stated:
It didn't [work out], I left. I am terrified . . . I would be like OH NO [if we ran into each other].
Cohen went on to ask if she thinks she's on Winfrey's list and McCarthy remarked:
I'm sure there's probably a lot of people on her sh*t list, but I'm probably number 4.
Seriously doubt the Mighty O is checking for you right about now, Jenny. Watch the interview after the jump! READ MORE
Perhaps The Mighty O isn't so mighty after all? In an all-too-human moment, Oprah Winfrey revealed she experienced symptoms of emotional overload, while trying to save OWN and filming The Butler. Here's what she said to Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson:
“In the beginning, it was just sort of speeding and a kind of numbness and going from one thing to the next thing to the next thing. I will tell you when I realized that I thought, ‘All right, if I don’t calm down I’m gonna be in serious trouble.’ I was in the middle of doing voiceovers, you know? And I remember closing my eyes in between each page because looking at the page and the words at the same time was too much stimulation for my brain.” READ MORE