And you know what? It worked!
Plus: Chris Weitz! Werewolves! Cooking!
A mesmerizing montage of Oprah's celeb introductions.
The 75-year-old icon will leave end his show in April. (This coming April.)
Oprah's slight job change in eighteen months is apparently something to cry about.
"Why would anybody stay in Chicago? It's freezing here."
Don't worry too much, as you'll still have plenty of time to stock up on canned food and batteries.
Just ask Michael Buble.
She'll move her talk show to her own cable network in 2011.
People may or may not have had sex on Oprah's plane while she may or may not have been knocked out on sleeping pills.
"She put the key inside of herself and told me to come get it."
Plus: 'Fantasy Island' gets real.
Already being called "The Little Movie That Could."
The most powerful force in book-selling who's not a vampire, wizard, or symbologist has spoken.
Monday's episode of 'Oprah' will be a special one, titled "The Oprah Winfrey Show: Oprah Goes Back in Time — The '60s."
As long as you don't mind telling Oprah your e-mail address, she's giving away Colum McCann's new novel on her website.
"Hugh ... I'm countin' the hours. Wanna do dinner the night before. Same booth? Or catch up fresh on the air?" And then: silence.
Plus: why you'll never see a Lionel Richie biopic.
Plus: Okay, who was the genius who told Fall Out Boy they should start watching Fellini?
Plus: Remember Tommy Lee's Methods of Mayhem?! No?
Quick, someone take away her gym membership!
The publication of Herman Rosenblat's Oprah-endorsed 'Angel Through the Fence' has been canceled, for obvious reasons.
Pretty much everybody thinks Herman Rosenblat's 'Angel at the Fence' is a total fabrication.