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The Oprah Winfrey Show
Originally posted 03/02/2010 12:00PM
Likening Jessica Simpson to "a drug … like crack cocaine," a loose-lipped John Mayer told Playboy of their relationship: "Sexually it was crazy. That's all I'll say. It was like napalm, sexual napalm."
Now, it's Simpson's turn to fire away – and she's doing it on The Oprah Winfrey Show. In an interview with Winfrey set to air Wednesday, Simpson sums up her reaction to what Mayer had to say with, one word: Disappointment.
"There's nothing worse than being disappointed in somebody," she says. Asked if she's angry, she responds, "I'm not angry. I'm – well, I'm a little bit angry."
Originally posted 11/20/2009 08:00AM
As the realization sinks in that, after a quarter of a century, Oprah Winfrey will be ending her syndicated talk show Sept. 9, 2011 – a decision she intends to explain on her program Friday – rivals, admirers and industry analysts are chiming in with their reactions.
As with most things Oprah, there's admiration mixed with a sense of awe.
Martha Stewart, attending Diddy's 40th birthday bash at New York's Plaza Hotel Thursday night (the news about Winfrey had broken late that afternoon), pointed out that Oprah was not retiring.
"She'll do another show," said the domestic diva, 68. "She's evolving. She's fabulous."
Originally posted 02/11/2008 01:45PM
On her program Monday, Oprah Winfrey and her design expert Nate Berkus unveil his latest miracle: building a dream house for a couple in order to give their three young daughters a second chance.
The segment is part of a preview for Winfrey and Berkus's new ABC primetime series, Oprah's Big Give.
Originally posted 09/10/2007 06:00PM
Television history was made Monday, when, after many years of his pleading – make that, requesting – David Letterman finally appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Originally posted 04/25/2006 08:00AM
An Indiana man arrested last fall on sexual-abuse charges after he was profiled on The Oprah Winfrey Show was sentenced Monday to 52 years in prison.
Originally posted 09/09/2005 04:55PM
OPRAH OFF-GUARD: Oprah Winfrey devoted two shows this week to the wake of Hurricane Katrina, saying: "I think ... this country owes these people an apology" referring to the survivors for their treatment after the disaster struck and to those who were left to die as help failed to arrive. "This makes me so mad. This should not have happened," said a tearful Winfrey, who wore a gas mask inside New Orleans's vacated Superdome, where she was overcome by the stench. "Nothing I saw on television prepared me for what I experienced on the ground," she said on the program, which focused on stories up and down the Gulf Coast.
Originally posted 08/18/2005 12:00PM
Oprah Winfrey is at it again: Continuing the "wildest dreams" theme of last season's Oprah, the talk show host is making more wishes come true.
Originally posted 09/13/2004 05:00PM
Talk about a special door prize: Oprah Winfrey gave away free cars to all 276 members of her studio audience on Monday to celebrate the kickoff of her talk show's 19th season.
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