The Oprah Show will go down in history as a show that made people's wildest dreams come true. In 2004, Jake Simpson joined those ranks. Look back at one of Oprah's all-time favorite surprises and find out what Jake has been doing since he sang alongside Stevie Wonder.
Jani's parents, Susan and Michael Schofield, discuss Jani's progress.
During The Oprah Show's Wildest Dreams season, Jake Simpson, a Star Search grand champion, got the surprise of his life from music legend Stevie Wonder. Now, nearly 10 years later, Jake performs 'I See You,' an original song he wrote and produced.
Oprah sits with Kris and Daisy to discuss what they miss about their mother.
In 2000, Julia Roberts won an Oscar after bringing Erin Brockovich's real-life crusade against a billion-dollar power company to the big screen. Still, Erin says Julia didn't spend much time with her to prepare for the role on director Steven Soderbergh's orders and only met her by chance as she was getting ready to be an extra in the film. Watch as Erin relives the "awkward and thrilling moment" she met Julia.
During a Q&A session at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, actress and jazz singer Molly Ringwald opens up about the mortifying moment she had when she first met director John Hughes. Plus, what's Molly's favorite of the three John Hughes movies she starred in?
Sixteen years after her stint on 'The View,' Debbie Matenopoulos looks back on her time as a co-host on the popular daytime show and reveals why it was the most amazing job she's ever had. Plus, Debbie, who admittedly said some 'crazy things' while on 'The View,' reflects on her negative experience with the press.
When you're a busy mother of four, Tori Spelling says, it's difficult to find time to sit down at a computer and write. Watch as she reveals the surprising way she wrote her latest book. Plus, Tori shares how she balances it all and how her children inspire her every day to push harder.
Christopher Atkins was an 18-year-old senior in high school when he was cast in his first film role, opposite Brooke Shields. Watch as Christopher talks about his time on the remote set of 'The Blue Lagoon' and the innocent romance that blossomed between him and Brooke.
Nikki Blonksy was a complete unknown when she was cast as Tracy Turnblad in the 2007 movie musical 'Hairspray.' Now, Nikki talks about the pressure she felt after wrapping her first film. Watch as she discusses her body image and shares why she felt stuck.
In 2003, Oprah spoke with Terri Schiavo's mother and siblings about Terri's health and their desire to continue her medical treatment. However, in 2005, Terri's husband, Michael Schiavo, won his legal battle to have her feeding tube removed. She died on March 31, 2005. Now, find out how Terri's mother and brother are keeping her memory alive today.
In 2010, Charo released her popular single 'Sexy Sexy,' written by her son, songwriter Shel Rasten. But the dance song was never meant for the flamenco guitarist. Watch as Shel explains how he was originally writing the piece for Britney Spears and how his mother ended up 'stealing' it instead.
The New York Times called Antonio Sabato Jr. 'Michelangelo in bikini briefs' when he became the face of Calvin Klein's 1996 underwear ad campaign. The rest of the world may regard the former daytime soap star as a sex symbol, but Antonio isn't so sure. Watch as he addresses that label, and learn which sport he now participates in to stay so fit.
In the 25 years of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show,' Oprah and her team pulled off countless surprises. One of the most unforgettable took place in 2007 when former President Bill Clinton helped make the dreams of one very special high schooler come true. Kendall Ciesemier was born with a rare liver disease and has had a lifetime of medical challenges. After watching Oprah's ChristmasKindness special, she took all the money she had saved and used it to adopt an AIDS orphan. While undergoing two liver transplants, she asked that her loved ones donate to children in Africa instead of getting her gifts. Kendall went on to found her own organization, Kids Caring 4 Kids, and had raised $100,000 of her $1 million goal when President Clinton decided to surprise Kendall in a very big way. Relive that surprise, and see how Kendall, now a college junior, is still making a difference.
In 1973, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley joined forces and formed Kiss, one of the most outrageous rock bands of all time. Watch as Paul recalls his initial impressions of Gene.
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