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.
How these actors overcame that challenge and immersed themselves in their roles.
Oprah sits down with hip-hop legend and actor LL Cool J at his home in LA.
Adam Levine, a coach on NBC's 'The Voice' and the front man for Maroon 5, has a reputation for dating models and living the rockstar lifestyle. But this sexy superstar says he isn't interested in casually dating forever. Watch as Adam shares his true thoughts about marriage.
Bill and Sue Monassero describe how their home turned into a temporary hospital.
Legendary director George Lucas opens up about his movie-making process.
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.
Gary sets the record straight about Bobby's relationship with the family.
At 14, Mary Williams moved from the poverty-stricken streets of East Oakland, California, to Jane Fonda's hacienda in Santa Monica, California, becoming the adopted daughter many people didn't know Jane had. Now, Mary is sharing her story in her memoir, 'The Lost Daughter.' Watch as Jane and Mary sit down with Oprah to discuss their relationship.
Rihanna had a special relationship with her grandmother, Clara Braithwaite.
Does he think he got what he deserved?
When Chelsea Handler was 21 years old, she was arrested for driving under the influence. During a court-mandated DUI class, Chelsea was required to stand up and explain how she ended up on the wrong side of the law. Find out how Chelsea's hilarious rant about the arrest inspired a career as a stand-up comedian.
Why she says letting him go was one of the hardest things she's ever done.
When she was 44 years old, comedian Wanda Sykes came out during a gay rights rally. Since then, she says, Wanda's faced a 'trifecta of discrimination' because she's black, gay and a woman. Watch as she shares how her family struggled with what the black community would say about her sexuality.
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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