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Lindsay Lohan is determined to prove she's ready to rebuild her life in her new reality show, but Oprah Winfrey might need more convincing.
The first trailer for Lohan's Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) reality series, titled "Lindsay," was released late Tuesday, March 4 and can be viewed here (Warning: video contains expletives).
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Happy birthday, Oprah Winfrey! The TV icon turned 60 on Wednesday, Jan. 29, and received a special gift from fellow talk show host Ellen DeGeneres -- and it's shiny.
DeGeneres showed the present, a portrait of Winfrey made of sequins, on an episode of her daytime series "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that day.
At the premiere of "Lee Daniels: The Butler" in Los Angeles on Monday, Aug. 12, Oprah Winfrey told media outlets she was sorry for the media frenzy that occurred after she recounted a time she experienced racism during a trip to Switzerland.
In a previous interview with "Entertainment Tonight," Winfrey claimed a clerk at an upscale boutique in Zurich refused to show her a handbag because at $38,000 it was too expensive.
Oprah Winfrey returns to the big screen this weekend in a lead role in "Lee Daniels' The Butler." So, is her role the start of a new era of acting for Winfrey or just a side project?
George Pennacchio of KABC Television, OTRC.com's parent company, recently spoke to Winfrey at the premiere of the film and asked the television personality and OWN CEO if she is looking to take on more roles.
Thanks to Oprah Winfrey, here is your sneak peek look at Alan Rickman of "Harry Potter" fame as President Ronald Reagan and Jane Fonda as First Lady Nancy Reagan in the new film "The Butler."
Winfrey, who also stars in the movie, recently posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing a glitzy 1980s-style outfit alongside the two actors and director Lee Daniels. In "The Butler," which is inspired by a 2008 Washington Post article about a White House butler named Eugene Allen, who worked during eight presidential administrations and died in 2010.
David Letterman, host of CBS' "Late Show," says in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that he has nobody to blame but himself for a widely-publicized 2009 sex scandal and adds that he feels better about who he is after weathering it and that his relationship with his wife has never been better.
In October 2009, Letterman admitted on his program that he once had sexual affairs with women who worked on his late-night talk series and apologized to his wife Regina, the mother of his son, Harry, adding that he would try to work things out with her. The two had married just six months earlier.
David Letterman said in an interview on "Oprah's Next Chapter," set to air in January 2013, that Jay Leno, who became his longtime rival after he was made the host of NBC's "Tonight Show" instead of him, may be "the most insecure person" he has ever known.
Check out six facts about the David Letterman - Jay Leno rivalry and the "late night wars."
Beyonce is set to have a big day on Saturday, February 16, with the premiere of her HBO documentary and her sit down interview with Oprah Winfrey. In the interview for "Oprah's Next Chapter," Beyonce opens up to Winfrey about her passion for performing, her pregnancy weight and her courtship with husband Jay-Z.
The 31-year-old singer and actress was asked by Winfrey if her daughter Blue Ivy took away her passion for performing and ended up talking about her pregnancy weight gain.