At O Magazine’s annual O You! event, Oprah and her all-stars taught 5,000 people how to live their best lives.
From tips on organizing your cluttered home, to advice on taking charge of your personal finances – here are the CliffsNotes from Saturday's conference:
Kelly Osbourne is still going after Christina Aguilera. Us Weekly reports that Osbourne slammed the pop star’s size on Friday’s episode of “Fashion Police.”
The cast was criticizing Xtina's Michael Jackson tribute concert ensemble when Kelly brought up the singer's weight. "She called me fat for years," Kelly said. "I was never that fat."
Co-star George Kotsiopoulos gave 30-year-old Christina the benefit of the doubt, blaming her bodysuit and commenting that she was "still probably a size 2/4." Kelly disagreed. "Trust me," she said. "I'm a 2/4. That is not a 2/4."
Anna Faris may have hosted "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, but what most of us remember is Drake.
Everyone's favorite Canadian rapper was on tap to perform, but he also jumped in a few sketches as well.
The result was an appearance that gave the episode a few humorous highlights, one being his "Bag Jackin'" rap as a teen werewolf on "Weekend Update." We can't recall a performance that so intensely referenced Reese's Pieces, Milky Ways and Hershey Bars.
Things are about to get all sorts of fun, crazy and weird for our cast, as last night’s whopping 29-minute episode set the stage for tons of forthcoming drama.
Our boy Cam still has his sights set on getting a new place, and hopes that Domingo will let him in on his marijuana dealing so he can make a few extra bucks. I guess you do what you’ve got to, but something tells me Cam might get caught up. Ultimately, we know he’s doing all of this to prove himself to Lulu.
Cam’s other half, Ben, and his girlfriend Julie are having issues. There’s some other guy, and if Ben can’t prove he loves Julie she’s swapping him out for the man that does. If you’re in the boat of folks wondering why this storyline is seemingly headed for a fast ending, I have two words for you: Gina Gershon.
"Star Trek" actor Zachary Quinto, who revealed in an interview with New York magazine and with a post on his website Sunday that he is gay, says the subsequent support has been uplifting.
"[I] have spent the day in awe of this outpouring of support and resonance," he tweeted yesterday. "we. are. in. this. together. NEVER FORGET! i am deeply moved."
The actor explained on his site that he made his decision following the death of teen Jamey Rodemeyer, who'd made an "It Gets Better" video not long before he was found dead outside of his parents' home in Buffalo, New York. His parents have explained that Jamey was relentlessly bullied.
The first 25 (commercial-free) minutes of Sunday's "The Walking Dead" premiere should've wiped away any lingering reservations about the AMC show.
Having escaped from the CDC, our survivors found themselves on a highway stopped by many, many cars on the road, most with dead drivers.
Before long, as one might expect, the walkers came.
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