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The 'Liz and Dick' executive producer shares updates on his next project, saying that they are currently looking for writers for the TV movie about the former daytime talk show queen.
The TV project tells the story of a wealthy academic who has become the first black president of a prestigious liberal arts college and is facing dark personal secrets.
Ronald Fenty supports whatever decision his daughter makes as long as she's happy, while the 'Oprah's Next Chapter' presenter says she won't pass judgment on the Bajan singer.
Oprah and Britney lead the list of Hollywood's female money makers that include Taylor Swift, Ellen DeGeneres, Rihanna, Lady GaGa and Katy Perry.
Starring Victoria Justice, Dylan O'Brien and Brittany Robertson, the coming-of-age film focuses on a young couple who discovers how it feels to fall in love for the first time.
Canadian actor Nolan Gerard Funk will play Dalton Academy student Hunter, whose first mission is to bring Blaine back to the group.
The OWN Chairwoman shares a picture of her striking a seductive pose next to Terrence, explaining that she's just wrapped her last scene in the Lee Daniels-directed history drama.
OWN and the 'Madea Goes to Jail' director sign an exclusive multi-year deal, under which he will executive produce, write and direct two new scripted series for the network.
The OWN owner leads the yearly list, followed by the 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' helmer and his fellow directors Steven Spielberg and Jerry Bruckheimer.
The 'Oprah's Next Chapter' host and the 'Born This Way' hitmaker are ranked higher than any other celebrities by claiming the eleventh and fourteenth spots.
The 'Umbrella' singer revealed to Oprah her dark past with ex-boyfriend Brown, adding she was scared of what came with fame.
Before hitting the pool, the girlfriend of Kanye West flaunts her bikini body in pictures taken in front of her bathroom mirror.
The CEO of OWN posts some pictures of her hanging out with Riri in the singer's hometown as they are taping an interview for 'Oprah's Next Chapter'.
Lil Wayne, Estelle, Ian Somerhalder, Octavia Spencer, Ciara and Michael Phelps also send congratulatory messages to the 16-year-old gymnast who just made history at the Olympics.
The 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' rocker ends engagement to his fiancee of almost two years as saying, 'No doubt this is a very difficult time for all of us.'