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The cable channel cuts 30 staffers and replaces executives since it is making a budget adjustment and restructuring its operations in Los Angeles and New York.
At the annual event organized by designer/philanthropist Diane von Furstenberg, the women were honored for the commitment to their causes.
'The handwriting was kind of on the wall,' Houston's manager and sister-in-law, Patricia, shares to the 'Oprah's Next Chapter' host on whether she thought drugs would end up taking the singer's life.
During the interview set to run on 'Oprah's Next Chapter', the daughter of the late 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker will share personal memories of her mother.
The fabled talk show host has been mulling over an offer to take a key role in the upcoming based-on-true-story movie, which also eyes Hugh Jackman, Mila Kunis and John Cusack to star in it.
The former daytime talk show queen has since removed the tweet which asked viewers to watch her cable channel OWN during Grammys telecast.
The ABC News contributor denies that the network offers a lot of money to interview Kate Middleton's sister, but admits that she is interested to have a chat with the party planner.
Denying the report that Winfrey has been chosen to be Blue Ivy Carter's godmother is the media mogul's friend, Gayle King.
The power couple has also chosen Jay-Z's friend Ty Ty to give Blue Ivy Carter the spiritual guidance that she needs.
Speaking of the reported 72 students that will be graduating on January 14, Oprah proudly says, 'They have taken this moment, this opportunity, and seized it in a way that I could only dream of.'
The highlights on this second quarter of the year are the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the final bow of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show', and the removal of Rebecca Black's video.
Gracing the cover of Essence Magazine's January 2012 issue, the 'Hairspray' songstress also talks about being able to create a clothing line for curvy women like herself.
'Oprah's Next Chapter' will debut January 1 on OWN with a two-hour premiere which sees Winfrey and the Aerosmith frontman at his New Hampshire home.
The former 'Oprah Winfrey Show' host is honored with Jean Hersholt Humanitarian award during the third annual Governors Awards for her works in humanity and philanthropy.
Though the 'Born This Way' hitmaker earned $200 million less than the former daytime talk show host in the past one year, Forbes notes she has a chance to steal the crown in the future.