Featuring Oprah, Cate Blanchett, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Robert Redford.
Scoop: She still medicates for acid reflux!
"Do you think you are addicted to chaos?" Oof.
"Last season was a bit schizophrenic, with like fifteen storylines."
"What does it feel like to be both an adjective and a verb for child-star-gone-wrong?"
As did others.
Just a couple of pop culture juggernauts protecting their brands.
4.2 million watched O's big get.
They each "reflect the best of the human spirit."
Scarlett Johannson hogs all the styles, Oprah flashes her diamonds, and Damian Lewis hides his hickies in the roundup of this month's glossy-mag portraits.
See an Elderly Oprah Winfrey and Lenny Kravitz (And Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan!) on the Set of The Butler
Oprah serves up some Cruella de Vil realness.
We're totally seeing Blue Man Group now.
Updated for "our digital world."
Steadman stayed home with the dogs.
He was told, "You are a human being having a spiritual experience." Repeatedly.
Oprah in a music documentary? Count us in.
Vultures circle after layoffs and the Rosie cancellation, but let's look at the facts.
That's one fifth of its staff.
"I came here to Chicago with the best of intentions, trying to do what I thought would be kind of easy for me ... but it wasn't."
It didn't last long.
Who needs a silly Vanity Fair party, right? Right???
Oh, how we miss this.
Oprah: a great physical comedian. Who knew? (Answer: probably Gayle.)
Lee Daniels's The Butler could coax her out of actress-retirement.