Is The Mighty O starting to rethink starting her OWN network? Oprah Winfrey chatted with Charlie Rose and her BFF Gayle King on CBS This Morning, and revealed how tough it's been to launch her network. Winfrey shared if she was given a change to do it all again, she might not have embarked on OWN! Stated Winfrey:
The idea of creating a network was something that I wanted to do. Had I known that it was this difficult, I might have done something else.
BFF's Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King are teaming up again and not for a road trip. The Mighty O will be a guest on CBS This Morning, alongside King, Charlie Rose and Erica Hill. Winfrey will discuss what her life is like after her landmark talk show ended. She will also dish the latest news about OWN and her school in South Africa. Winfrey's airdate for the morning show is slated for April 2.
CBS This Morning airs live weekdays from 7-9 AM EST on CBS
Former Days of Our Lives and Guiding Light star Crystal Chappell co-hosted the 25th Annual Emery Awards with Good Morning America’s Sam Champion on November 10. The event, held at Cipriani Wall Street, honored Ralph Lauren’s Charles Fagan, Newark, NJ Mayor Cory Booker and Macy’s. The yearly celebration is thrown by the Hetrick-Martin Institution, which helps provide empowerment, education and advocacy for LGBTQ young people age 12-24 and their families. See more photos after the jump!
Soap legend Susan Lucci makes an appearance on The Gayle King Show today. The All My Children vet will dish her new book, All My Life, with the Mighty O's BFF. Fans can catch the interview via Oprah Radio on Sirius 195 (XM Channel 156) starting at 9 AM EST. Folks who want to watch the interview can do so on the OWN network at 10 AM EST. Don't have Sirius? Click here!
Oprah Winfrey's announcement that she will cancel her long running, uber-successful talk show in 2011 has the media buzzing. Here are a few stories to check out and ponder while you're reading DC at work.
The biggest question is, who's next? Can anyone top the queen? There really isn't a replacement out there that will impact the public quite like Oprah, but hey, there are those who are willing to try. The New York Post is reporting that Gayle King is in talks with CBS to produce a talk show of her own after Oprah goes off the air. There is no word from King's court, but her foray into talkdom failed in 1997 when her show was axed due to low ratings. READ MORE