Courtney B. Vance sees the nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd as "an opportunity" to end racial inequality. "Now is the time," he says.
Winfrey challenged the students graduating in these strange and challenging times to make the world more equitable.
John Krasinski threw a graduation celebration for 2020 graduates whose ceremonies were canceled due to the coronavirus, and he had a surprise for a lucky few.
The actress unintentionally stepped into 2020's biggest literary controversy so far.
Oprah Winfrey explained her decision to step away from "On the Record," an expose about sexual harassment in the music industry, including women who have accused mogul Russell Simmons of misconduct. The documentary, from filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, will premiere at Sundance on Jan. 25. Winfrey, who served as an executive producer and […]
Oprah Winfrey Reveals Russell Simmons ‘Attempted to Pressure Me’ to Drop MeToo Documentary
Winfrey has removed her credit as executive producer ahead of its Sundance premiere, saying her vision doesn't align with the filmmakers'.
“Meg and Harry do not need my help figuring out what is best for them," the OWN honcho said.
Singer discussed her mental health during talk show host's first '2020 Vision: Your Life In Focus' tour date
Kid Rock was unrepentant following a stage tirade against Oprah Winfrey posted on TMZ Friday, sending a follow-up tweet.
In offering tribute to Toni Morrison, speakers from Oprah Winfrey to Fran Lebowitz on Thursday each shared a very different, but equally special portrait of the late Nobel laureate, who died in August at 88. Angela Davis remembered a dear friend who as a Random House editor helped launch her writing career and would jot down notes for what became the classic “Song of Solomon” as she cooked eggs for her family. Lebowitz marveled at Morrison’s seemingly photographic memory of the bad reviews she had received.
The talk show host-turned-media mogul said Wednesday at Save the Children’s gala in Los Angeles, that she had intended to support Disney CEO Robert Iger.
Oprah Winfrey made an appearance on CBS This Morning Monday to announce her pick for her newly up-and-running book club with Apple: The Water Dancer by acclaimed author Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Oprah Winfrey is being praised after opening up her private road on Maui to help people escape a brush fire that broke out on the Hawaii island Thursday.
Oprah Winfrey said she is no longer working as a contributor to “60 Minutes,” saying the legendary news magazine wasn’t a good fit for her.“It was not the best format for me,” Winfrey told The Hollywood Reporter in a profile for the latest issue of their magazine.“How should I say this? Never a good thing when I have to practice saying my name and have to be told that I have too much emotion in my name,” she continued. “I think I did seven takes on just my name because it was ‘too emotional.’ I go, ‘Is there too much emotion in the Oprah part or the Winfrey part?’ I was working on pulling myself down and flattening out my personality, which, for me, is actually not such a good thing.”Also Read: Prince Harry Teams Up With Oprah Winfrey for Apple TV Mental Health SeriesNews of Oprah’s comments to THR was first reported late Monday night by CNN’s Brian Stelter in his “Reliable Sources” media newsletter.Reps for “60 Minutes” did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.Also Read: Oprah Winfrey Enlists Terry Wood to Lead Production for Apple PartnershipWinfrey was named a “special contributor” to “60 Minutes” to much fanfare in January 2017.“There is only one Oprah Winfrey,” said then-“60 Minutes” executive producer Jeff Fager in a press release at the time. “She has achieved excellence in everything she has touched. Her body of work is extraordinary, including thousands of interviews with people from all walks of life. She is a remarkable and talented woman with a level of integrity that sets her apart and makes her a perfect fit for ’60 Minutes.’ I am thrilled that she will be bringing her unique and powerful voice to our broadcast.”Winfrey herself had been exuberant about the collaboration.“I’m so excited and proud to join forces with this historic news program, which for me represents the bastion of journalistic storytelling,” she said in the same release.Oprah formally stepped away from the program in October 2018 to help stump for Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, who went on to ultimately lose a close race to her Republican challenger Brian Kemp. Winfrey’s relationship with the network had been in limbo until now.Read original story Oprah Winfrey Says She Quit ’60 Minutes’ Because Show Was ‘Flattening Out My Personality’ At TheWrap
Oprah Winfrey says she was subjected to extreme backlash after joining the Michael Jackson debate following the "Leaving Neverland" documentary.
Winfrey responded to the backlash she received after her interview about allegations against Michael Jackson.