Oprah talks to the actors behind some of the year's best performances including Idris Elba (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom), Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) and Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station).
In April 2013, Magic and Cookie Johnson's family made headlines when their 20-year-old son, E.J., was videotaped holding hands with a male friend. E.J. was publicly outed by the media, but Magic and Cookie tell Oprah that they had known for years that he was gay. How does Magic feel about his son's sexual orientation? Find out now.
In 1991, medical tests revealed that Earvin 'Magic' Johnson had contracted HIV. At the time, Magic's wife, Cookie, was pregnant with their son E.J. Watch as Magic tells Oprah about the day he received his diagnosis and how he broke the news to his wife.
Magic Johnson says that, in the '80s, women lined up to sleep with him. Did it ever occur to him to have protected sex? Magic gets real about his sexual history.
Oprah visits Stephen's home state of South Carolina for an exclusive interview.
Usher's mother and former manager, Jonetta Patton, speaks for the first time.
Usher tells Oprah how Kile's death has affected him.
After dating long distance and surviving years of 'on-again, off-again' status, Earvin 'Magic' Johnson and Earlitha 'Cookie' Kelly finally wed in 1991. Now, 22 years later, Magic opens up about his enduring love for the woman he calls his soul mate.
Earvin 'Magic' Johnson takes Oprah on a tour of his Los Angeles Laker-themed man cave and reveals which of his five championship rings holds special meaning.
When Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds collaborated with Toni Braxton on her debut album in 1993, it went on to sell more than 10 million copies. After an eight-year break, Babyface and Toni are teaming up again with their first full duet album, 'Love, Marriage & Divorce.' Watch as Babyface explains why he and Toni added the word 'divorce' to their album title.
Oprah visits NBA legend Earvin 'Magic' Johnson at his Los Angeles home to talk about his historic career and his life since contracting HIV. Later, Magic's wife, Cookie, joins the conversation as she and Magic discuss their support for their openly gay son, E.J., and Magic's health today.
When Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds was in the eighth grade, he pulled off a feat most teenagers would never dare. Using his best Jimmy Stewart impression, Babyface says he called the Jackson 5's promoter and convinced him that a student named Kenny should be allowed to interview one of the biggest musical acts in America. Watch as Babyface reminisces about his first meeting with Michael Jackson.
In 2005, after 13 years of marriage, Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds and his second wife, Tracey, announced they were divorcing. Tracey is now dating former NFL superstar Deion Sanders. Watch as Babyface discusses his current relationship with Tracey and shares how Deion earned his admiration.
In October 2013, Grammy winner Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Even after receiving this honor, Babyface says he still doesn't think of himself as a star, but he will accept the fact that he's a starmaker. Find out how he's learning to embrace his celebrity status.
Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds, a celebrated musician, producer and songwriter, says young singers who are discovered on popular singing competitions are usually 'on a crash course.' Watch as Babyface shares words of caution for up-and-coming artists, and find out why he says most instant celebrities won't survive the harsh media scrutiny.