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The Fabulous Life Of J. Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons

On yesterday’s show, Oprah learned about an assortment of dream jobs, including Jenna Lyon‘s position as J. Crew’s creative director. Not only does Jenna have an amazing career, but everything about her life is seemingly perfect, too. She calls a gorgeous Brooklyn townhouse home (bedroom-sized closet, of course), has a handsome husband and a cute kid, gets all the J. Crew clothes she wants, and somehow manages to get home by 6:30 p.m. every evening. Watch a day in her life above, but be prepared to feel some serious pangs of jealousy. [Oprah] Keep reading »

OctoMom Brings The Crazy Train To Oprah


Yesterday, Oprah brought the OctoMom’s Crazy Coo-Coo Bananas Show to our living room, spending the hour with Nadya Suleman and her brood. In the clip above, one of Nadya’s toddlers “riverdances” (to quote Michael K.) all over one of the octuplets, until Suleman finally notices and declares the baby-stomping “not OK.” Then Suleman coerces her older son Elijah into going to school by telling him Child Protective Services and the police would come to take him away if he doesn’t. Think long and hard about that one, Elijah. [Dlisted] Keep reading »

Quickies: Oprah Doesn’t Need A New Daddy & Drama On “The Joneses” Set

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Quotable: Oprah Subtly Disses Kitty Kelley’s “So-Called Biography”

“Last week was a rough week for Gayle. Every day, she’s getting herself more and more worked up about all of my new daddies that are now showing up. New daddies who are saying, ‘Hello, daughter! Call me. I need a new roof!’ This too shall pass.”

Oprah Winfrey subtly referencing Kitty Kelley’s new book, which makes the claim that Vernon Winfrey isn’t actually the Big O’s papa, at the New York Women in Communications Matrix Awards. [Examiner] Keep reading »

Mo’Nique’s Brother Apologizes For Molesting His Sister


Few actresses could have portrayed a mom who abuses her daughter physically, verbally, and sexually with the nuance that Mo’Nique showed in “Precious.” Soon after making the movie, she explained what inspired her Oscar-winning performance—she was molested when she was a child by her older brother. Ever since, her brother, Gerald Imes, has denied her claims—even after serving 12 years in prison for molesting another unidentified girl. But yesterday, he sat down on Oprah‘s couch to not only fess up, but to apologize to Mo’Nique. “I’m here today to first acknowledge that I’ve been in denial for 37 years,” he said. “I did assault and inappropriately touch my sister in manners that were uncomfortable for her. And for that, I apologize and I’m humbly sorry that those actions had taken place.” Keep reading »

Oprah Tell-All Is Missing Juicy Gossip

Author Kitty Kelley has dug up some interesting dirt on the Bush family, Frank Sinatra, and Nancy Reagan, but her most recent tell-all, Oprah: A Biography, apparently doesn’t tell much about the media queen. Kelley conducted more than 850 interviews for her unauthorized biography that hit bookshelves today, and what she learned is that Oprah is extremely driven. Um, I think most people already knew that. Those hoping to get the juicy gossip regarding Oprah and her fiance of more than 17 years, Stedman Graham, have to wait for another biography. In addition, the book doesn’t answer rumors that Oprah is in a gay relationship with best gal pal Gayle King. If anything, Kelley told Reuters that Oprah could be ” ‘asexual’ because she has put all of her sexual energies into her work, into her career, into building her empire and the financial rewards that she has gotten have been enough, really, to sustain her.” But even with out any gossip, I’m sure Oprah: A Biography is an inspiring tale for someone looking to escape their harsh upbringing. [Reuters] Keep reading »

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