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The media mogul's studio hired a real estate firm to market a portion of its 4-building West Side campus.
The media mogul reveals keeping her TV network afloat and filming 'The Butler' caused her symptoms.
The newly blond Kim shares two photos of her hanging out with her baby daddy as well as Oprah and Diddy at Jimmy Iovine's house, writing, 'Oh no big deal.'
'I thought Forest Whitaker was wonderful. And Oprah, my girl, she can act,' the Commander-in-Chief says in a White House interview.
The actress talked to the 'Oprah's Next Chapter' host about her tumultuous past and how she's now ready to get her life back.
The 'Oprah's Next Chapter' host is talking about her new film 'Lee Daniels' The Butler' when she suddenly feels the urge to give a free car to a random audience member on the ABC show.
At the Los Angeles premiere of 'Lee Daniels' The Butler', Oprah tells reporters that she is sorry that the handbag incident in Zurich gets 'blown up' by media.
A sales assistant who allegedly told Oprah that a handbag was 'too expensive' for her, says, 'It is absolutely not true that I declined to show her the bag on racist grounds.'
A clerk at Trois Pommes boutique refused to show the media mogul a $38,000 Tom Ford bag thinking Oprah couldn't afford it, but the shop's owner says it's 'an absolute classic misunderstanding.'
Oprah says in an interview that she tried to talk to Paula after news about her using racial slur broke out, but 'then I decided to stay out of it as I saw it blowing up.'
The 'Butler' actress wears a 3.5-pound wig created by Kim Kimble who once styled Beyonce Knowles' hair.
Oprah reportedly calls Lindsay 'multiple times over the past 24 hours to convince her' not to go to Europe following her release from rehab center to avoid relapse.
The on-screen wife of Forest Whitaker in 'The Butler' forbids her friends to use the insensitive remark around her.
Tommy justifies his daughter's racial slur against the TV personality, saying that back in the day 'if you're beautiful, you're part of the master's bedroom' instead of labor worker.
Rae, who was Oprah's co-star in 1985's 'The Color Purple', says that N-word aimed at the TV personality was 'taken out of context' and insists that it was actually a 'compliment.'