The Oscars were held last night in Los Angeles and the stars posted lots of Instagram photos of their night out. Kevin Hart was happy to pose it up with his idol Eddie Murphy.
Oprah Winfrey and longtime beau Stedman Graham snapped a pic as they headed out for the night. Read more
Oprah Winfrey and her longtime beau Stedman Graham enjoy a date night in Baltimore. The couple chowed down on some crabs. Lady O posted the picture, saying, “Crab feast in Baltimore #CaptainJames.”
Oprah Winfrey is embracing life and her body at the age of sixty. The media mogul is showing off her body on the June 2014 issue of O Magazine in a body-hugging, red Badgley Mischka dress.
Oprah says over the years she has learned to love her body. “One day I literally woke up and thought, ‘My God, these knees Read more
Some celebs took to their social media pages to send out Christmas wishes, share photos from their holiday with their families, and show off their gifts. Here are a few:
Rihanna went home to Barbados to be with her family for Christmas. She received a special gift from her mother. She posted: “Got my grandmother Dolly’s leather backed bible with all her handwritten notes! That’ll make any grown woman cry! Idc idc idc!”
Oprah Winfrey sent out her holiday wishes: “Merry Merry from our house to yours .. Gayle, son William, Stedman,me, Kirby.” Read more
Oprah Winfrey is featured on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter and the media mogul talks about various topics including having no regrets over not having kids, advice for those following in her footsteps and managing wealth.
On not having kids: “Gayle [now a mother of two] was the kind of kid who, in seventh grade Home Ec class, was writing down her name and the names of her children. While she was having those kind of daydreams, I was having daydreams about how I could be Martin Luther King…If I had kids, my kids would hate me. They would have ended up on the equivalent of the Oprah show talking about me; because something [in my life] would have had to suffer and it would’ve probably been them.”
On what advice she has for new talk show hosts like Queen Latifah and Steve Harvey: She talked with Latifah for an hour about her new show and told her, “Don’t do it until you have 100 percent creative control to be yourself.”
She called up Steve after watching his show one day to tell him: “I saw you in a chocolate factory trying to do that routine that Lucy and Ethel did. That’s not you. Don’t let people talk you into what they think is you.”
On managing success and the wealth that can accompany it: “When you’re the most successful person in your family, in your neighborhood and in your town, everybody thinks you’re the First National Bank and you have to figure out for yourself where those boundaries are…I got to the point where nobody ever asked me for anything less than $5,000. I felt pressured for a long time to say yes, because I thought, ‘I can’t lie and say I don’t have it. My salary is printed in the paper,’ ” she laughs, looking back at all her charity: “I’ve bought more houses and cars than I can even tell you.”
In related news, she has just been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Oprah Winfrey was one of sixteen people honored with The Presidential Medal of Freedom today. The Presidential Medal of Freedom, established 50 years ago by President John F. Kennedy, is the nation’s highest civilian honor. The medal has been to individuals who have made especially “meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United States, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.”
Oprah’s longtime partner Stedman Graham and her bff Gayle King was there to support her. Read more