Promoting his film, “Dead Man Down,” Howard talked to MovieFanatic.com about his other upcoming film, “The Butler,” in which he and Winfrey have a love affair.
"Oprah and I had such chemistry. To be able to make out with Oprah and to have love scenes with her and those tig ol' bitties,” Howard laughed. “She's such a voluptuous woman. She’s very, very beautiful. That was wonderful."
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“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with Oprah Winfrey at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon on Thursday, where the television host and network owner was honored with the Power Award.
Winfrey revealed that she has been reading the magazine since she was a child and that it was the “first national magazine to launch my face.” She even got a surprise in 1986 when the publication revealed how much money she would make that year.
The uber-private Beyoncé is opening up about her personal life -- including how much weight she gained while pregnant with Blue Ivy -- in a revealing new interview on OWN’s “Oprah’s Next Chapter.” The chat about life and love will air on Saturday, February 16th, just before Bey’s HBO documentary, “Life Is But a Dream.”
In new clips from the O and Bey sit down, the “Single Ladies” singer reveals that she didn’t bounce back after Blue Ivy’s birth quite as quickly as she had expected.
Lance Armstrong might be regretting that interview with Oprah right about now. Sitting down with the expert interviewer to reveal his doping and cheating appears to be backfiring, at least from a PR standpoint.
In the wake of the special, Armstrong is being called a “sociopath” by the Baltimore Sun, a “sniveling, lying, cheating little wretch” by CNN’s Piers Morgan and his “performance was found lacking” by the Los Angeles Times.
Disgraced former cycling champ Lance Armstrong admitted to what many have been alleging for years.
In the much-publicized, two-part interview with Oprah Winfrey which began airing Thursday, the veteran TV host asked right at the start if he took performance-enhancing drugs, to which Armstrong definitively answered yes.
The former assistant to Lance Armstrong has come forward to say the disgraced cyclist was “calculating” and that he should be facing a judge, not being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey.the Daily Mail, “I have a pretty solid understanding of who Lance Armstrong is. He is a very calculating individual. Everything that he does is with forethought and for his own benefit. Frankly, I hope he goes to jail. He introduced a sort of corruption to cycling’s governing body that is very American: loads of money and PR.”
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has come clean in an interview with Oprah Winfrey about accusations of cheating, lying and doping.
It looks like the feud between David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey really is over. Letterman will appear on "Oprah's Next Chapter" in January, and it appears nothing was off limits in the interview.
The pair sat down at David’s alma mater, Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, to discuss everything from the comedian’s public sex scandal to his relationship with Jay Leno. The new friends will also discuss their ongoing feud.