The Oprah Winfrey Show
Vampire and werewolf fans get ready to unite this Friday! Oprah has snagged Twilight saga author Stephanie Meyer as a guest for her talk show. This is a rare treat since the author hasn't done any television interviews. Here's what Meyer has to say about appearing on The Mighty O's show:
Since I'm only doing one interview, better make it really, really big.
What could be better than one O Magazine? Two. The highly anticipated cover(s) of O Magazine with Ellen and Oprah on it were revealed today on The Oprah Winfrey Show. See the second cover after the jump. Which do you like best? READ MORE
Oprah has taken Bebe Winans off her show until domestic violence charges against the gospel singer are resolved, according to USA Today.
The gospel singer had taped appearances on Winfrey's "karaoke challenge" and was on last Friday. Following the show, some bloggers questioned whether Winfrey was guilty of a double standard by including Winans when she took a strong stand against domestic violence following Chris Brown's assault of then-girl friend Rihanna.
Could Oprah be packing up her talk show and moving it to her cable channel OWN in 2011? According to Nikki Finke at Deadline.com the announcement could come soon.
The industry has been betting that the daytime diva would extend The Oprah Winfrey Show for at least another year or two because of the huge cash license fees which stations have long paid her. But people around Oprah are telling me that won't happen. They say that Discovery Communications chief David Zaslav has demanded that Oprah "move it or lose it" -- move her talk show to OWN, or risk losing the Oprah Winfrey Network altogether. I've learned that in coming days Winfrey and Discovery will issue a press release announcing OWN's on-air launch for the start of 2011. And, in several weeks, Oprah will tell the public that she's ending her syndicated Chicago-based daytime talk show when her current deal runs out and moving it to OWN headquarters in Los Angeles probably as soon as mid-2011.
Would you still watch her talk show if it is on cable?
Talk show guru Oprah Winfrey has snagged an interview with former Governor of Alaska and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on Nov. 16. Harpo Productions announced today that Winfrey will talk one-on-one with Palin about her new book, Going Rogue: An American Life. This will mark Palin's debut on the mighty O's couch, which happens to be a day before her book hits stores, Nov 17.