At the end yesterday’s episode of Oprah, the talk show host addressed two pressing questions from all of her Twitter People…aka “Tweeple.” First was “Am I tweeting myself or is my assistant writing for me?” and the second was “Am I wearing a weave? Everybody’s like, ‘Oprah, we love your weave.’
She clarified that she is in fact, in charge of her own twitter by stating, “I tweet myself, that’s why you haven’t seen that many tweets. I can’t tweet all day, okay?” Then addressed the weave question via twitter (above) and also on the air with “This is not a weave, this is my hair!”
I always say that a hit dog will hollar, but hey, she may be telling the truth. I just don’t understand what all the hoopla is about if she is. Anywhoo, check out the photo she displayed on air of herself pre-makeup with her hair unstyled below: *Warning* It ain’t pretty!
Jennifer Hudson stopped by the Oprah Winfrey Show Friday (February 27, 2009) for Oprah’s Friday Live show. Jennifer spoke about her Super Bowl performance, the Grammys, her fiance David (Punk) Otunga and her upcoming Tour with Robin Thicke. The interview was basically a love fest and any hard questions were obviously ignored. Jennifer did, however state that she’s “in a good place” and prays everyday before performing “If This Isn’t Love” from her Grammy winning album.
Ok…somebody shoot me now! Oprah Winfrey, known for being frank and open about her personal relationships and bad choices in men back in the day has been outed for using Crack cocaine. “Outed” may be a poor choice of words though since the television diva has confessed on many occasions to using drugs but she’s never revealed what her drug of choice was.
From a 1995 episode of her show, Oprah revealed:
“In my 20’s, I’d done this drug and I know exactly what you are talking about.” She said the drug use occurred while she was an anchorwoman on a television news show.
“It’s my life’s great big secret. It was such a secret because–I realize (with) the public person I have become–if the story ever were revealed, the tabloids would exploit it and what a big issue it would be.”
She went on to explain, “But I was involved with a man in my 20s who introduced me to the same drug that you’ve been talking about and, like Patrice, I always felt that the drug itself is not the problem but that I was addicted to the man.” She admitted: “I can’t think of anything I wouldn’t have done for that man.”
O’s Crack partner and toxic love interest Randolph Cook, has decided to write a book about their relationship and accuses Oprah of introducing HIM to cocaine.
“We smoked at least a couple of times a week. Sometimes we would smoke up until her limo was waiting to take her to the studio to perform her show…”