Gabrielle responds to the hair controversy that became national news.
For 16 years, brothers Shawn and Marlon Wayans shared a bed, a twin bed, for that matter. Now, though they often do comedy tours together, these brothers say they never share a stage. Watch as Shawn and Marlon tell Oprah how they made good on a childhood pact.
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.
Learn the 16 principles of the Science of Creative Intelligence.
Kerry shares how playing a slave was one of the hardest things she's ever done.
Two weeks into the epic miniseries 'The Bible,' executive producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey found themselves in the midst of a controversy. An outpouring of viewers took to the Internet to complain that their depiction of Satan bore a striking resemblance to President Barack Obama. Watch as Roma tells Oprah why she was 'horrified' and 'saddened' by the comparison.
Drew explains her decision not to invite her mother and their conversation.
Oprah travels to Atlanta for an interview with R&B artist Usher Raymond IV.
Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler has lived the quintessential hard-rockin' life.
Drew on what she'll say and why Olive won't travel the same path she did.
Paula tells how her father's death led to her 20-year struggle with agoraphobia.
Keenen Ivory Wayans, a father of five children, reveals how memories of his own childhood punishments have made him the most lenient dad in the world.
Actor David Oyelowo describes his mother's funny reaction to finding out that Oprah Winfrey would be playing the role of his mother in the film 'Lee Daniels The Butler.'
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.'
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.
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