Not like it’s a big deal or anything to have OPRAH IN YOUR PHONEBOOK.
From Amy Poehler and Tina Fey to Sir Ian McKellan and Sir Patrick Stewart, there are so many famous BFFs dying to hang out with you.
Celebrity (noun): A regular person with lots of money and lots of attention.
Plus Oprah tries to reform LiLo, MMA is headed toward using real-life “RoboCop” suits, and 10 models who’ve failed beautifully at acting.
This surely is the definition of must-see TV. Thank you, Oprah.
These looks are 10 years old and are still super chic today.
Plus a handy pronunciation guide for global beers, 7 rescued pieces of artwork that inspired The Monuments Men, and how Olympians mentally survive their superhuman training.
A look back at some fashion moments that should probably remain in the ’80s and ’90s.
YOU GET AN UPVOTE, AND YOU GET AN UPVOTE, EVERYBODY GETS AN UPVOTE!
The man who once played Screech says “it wasn’t worth what the fallout was” and that it wasn’t even his body in the video.
Twenty years ago, Marianne Williamson wrote the first book to be endorsed by Oprah; today, she’s running for Congress. Here’s a look at how a New Age guru opposed to money’s influence in politics plans to raise $2 million for a campaign.
Most host-celebrity exchanges follow a pretty tight script. These did not.
Plus the coolest tree house ever, the man who boxed a tiger shark, and eight of Oprah’s most out-of-touch gift ideas.
Wait… It’s really Orpah Winfrey?!!
Oh, about their whole VMA twerking controversy? “That’s on her,” says Thicke.
It’s been two years, but she’s back.
Here are the Instagrams to prove it.
Hov sure has a lot of ways to explain his greatness.
“King believed that our destinies are all intertwined, and he knew that our hopes and our dreams are really all the same.”
SHE MADE IT! SHE’S HERE! HELLOOOOOOOO!!!!
She’s only done cocaine “ten to fifteen” times? Sure, Lindsay. Sure. (We love you anyway.)
Because she went on Jimmy Kimmel Live and did just that last night.
For ratings? For fun? Yeah, probably for ratings. Ugh.
He opened up to Oprah last night about his life post American Idol (and signature curly hair).
Proving that these two are soul sisters at heart and in hair.
Like, who won the award for “Most Likely To End Up In The Electric Chair”?! And yes, that’s apparently a real thing.
Plus a supercut of Leo DiCaprio yelling, the worst things Abercrombie’s CEO has ever said, and a Kickstarter for glow-in-the-dark plants.
In which we learn that Kriss Kross can’t please all the girls and Marky Mark feels pressured into dropping his pants.