Gloria Estefan tells Oprah she had to fight to produce the kind of music she wanted. Find out why staying true to herself ultimately paid off.
Gabrielle responds to the hair controversy that became national news.
Justin tells Oprah about his passion for sports and what matters most to him.
Legendary director George Lucas opens up about his movie-making process.
Sean Penn on the great loss the country sustained in the many committed leaders.
For Tyler Perry, there were two surreal instances when he realized the full magnitude of his success: One involved Oprah and Tina Turner, and the other involved a private conversation Tyler had with President Obama. Watch Tyler describe the details of both memorable moments.
Oprah speaks with cyclist Lance Armstrong in his first no-holds-barred interview
Grammy award-winning artist John Legend welcomes Oprah to the home he shares with his fiancee, Chrissy Teigen, along with Chrissy's parents, in Hollywood Hills, California. Watch as John takes Oprah on a tour of the outdoor living space and points out his reading cove.
Justin opens up about the bad days, the haters and his sleepless nights.
Jason Russell says he learned from Oprah was the power of intention.
Oprah travels to Atlanta for an interview with R&B artist Usher Raymond IV.
Beyoncé says she would not be the woman she is today if she didn't have Jay-Z in her life.
Since its premiere in March 2013, 100 million people have watched 'The Bible,' a miniseries produced by the husband-and-wife team of Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. What does the success of this series say about our culture? Watch as Roma shares what she believes viewers are yearning for. Plus, Mark and Roma discuss the show's primetime rival, AMC's 'The Walking Dead.'
Adriane opens up about their relationship and how her family is still coping.
Before most children are even old enough to read, the Rev. Al Sharpton was preaching before a congregation of 900. Watch as the Rev. Sharpton talks about his first experience behind a pulpit, when he was just 4 years old, and shares the Bible verse that inspired his first sermon.
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