Lady Gaga celebrates individuality and empowers people to stand up to bullying.
Find out how Daily Show host Jon Stewart encouraged Stephen Colbert.
Mark Burnett, executive producer of the hit reality singing competition 'The Voice,' says the show's success proves that the nation is in the right place for hope. Watch as he explains how a televised competition built around kindness and talent won the ratings war against perennial favorite 'American Idol.'
Kelsey Grammer on how playing Tom Kane, the mayor of Chicago, is therapeutic.
Grammy award-winning artist John Legend welcomes Oprah to the home he shares with his fiancee, Chrissy Teigen, along with Chrissy's parents, in Hollywood Hills, California. Watch as John takes Oprah on a tour of the outdoor living space and points out his reading cove.
Drew explains her decision not to invite her mother and their conversation.
Rihanna had a special relationship with her grandmother, Clara Braithwaite.
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.'
In 1997, the Gap teamed up with LL Cool J to redefine their preppy image.
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.
On April 29, 2013, NBA player Jason Collins made a pubic declaration about his homosexuality. Despite his willingness to come forward, Jason tells Oprah, he wants to keep his personal life as private as possible. What does he think will happen the first time he steps out with a partner?
At 75 years old, actress Jane Fonda has lived a life many can only dream of. Now, she's sitting down with Oprah in what she calls her "third act" house to discuss her adopted daughter and her thoughts on aging. Watch as Jane reveals her insights from her battle with breast cancer, what she's learned about sex through the years and why she still feels young.
Spike Lee says that ever since was a boy growing up in Atlanta and Brooklyn, New York, he's been an instigator. Over the years, he has publicly criticized fellow directors like Clint Eastwood, Quentin Tarantino and Tyler Perry. Now, Spike reveals how he really feels about Tyler.
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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