Oprah Winfrey sat down for a very candid interview with Rihanna in August, where the singer broke down in tears when talking about her relationship with Chris Brown, who brutally assaulted her following a 2009 Grammy Awards party.
But now that Winfrey knows Rihanna and Brown are considering getting back together, the talk show host is passing no judgement. Continue reading
Chris Brown’s current girlfriend Karrueche Tran was reportedly left in tears after watching Rihanna’s interview on “Oprah’s Next Chapter” on Sunday night in which the Barbados singer revealed that she and Brown have maintained a very close bond since she dropped the restraining order in 2011.
Tran, 24, has been dating Brown, 23, for almost two years but she was allegedly stunned when she witnessed Rihanna admitting that she and Brown still love each other..
“If Karreuche ever thought she stood a chance being Chris’ main b—-, she can forget that now. She watched Ri on Oprah and the girl was crying. She saw how much Chris and Ri love each other, on TV no less, and it made her shed some tears,” a source close to the situation told HollywoodLife.com.
“Chris always told her Rihanna was his true love and now Rihanna told the whole world that too. Man, you would think K.T. would be in a bad place right now. I mean, she is because she’s crying. Make no mistake, KT know what time it is and she know where she stands in my [boy's] life. Even though she ballin’ her eyes out, she knew this from jump street,” the source added.
Tran took to Twitter within hours of Rihanna’s interview airing and posted a cryptic message which read “Lol,” an acronym for the term “laughing out loud.” It is unclear who or what exactly she was laughing at, but critics suspect that it may have been a swipe directed at Rihanna, who cried throughout the emotional interview. Continue reading
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Three years after Michael Jackson died at age 50, his daughter Paris says the pain of his loss still lingers.
“It never gets any easier,” the 14-year-old tells Oprah Winfrey on Oprah’s Next Chapter, airing Sunday on OWN.
Jackson died in June 2009 of an overdose of the powerful anesthesia propofol. His physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, was sentenced to four years in prison after he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering the drug.
Paris is pursuing an acting career, starring in the upcoming fantasy movie Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys.
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Take a moment to look back at everything you’ve been through in your life….the moments that shaped you and those that have broken you. For most of us, the adolescent years are the ones that shape us. Imagine if you could give your teenage self some advice. What would you say? Inside next month’s issue of ‘O’ magazine, Oprah Winfrey includes a letter she penned to her 19-year-old self, a teenager she calls a “beautiful brown-skinned girl” who was dating some guy named Bubba and had just snagged a job as a television reporter in Chicago. She tells her younger self that in order to grow, she has to admit that the abuse of the past. She also tells her younger self to hold onto her beliefs because that’s her greatest gift and that she must see herself through her own eyes and not the expectations of others.
Pop the hood to check out the letter: Continue reading
It’s very easy to blame the demise of Whitney Houston’s stardom on her ex-husband Bobby Brown. It wasn’t until after Houston married Brown in 1992, that the public saw a different Whitney. America’s sweetheart was a good girl gone bad. The couple divorced in 2006 after a turbulent marriage troubled with drug use.
Tonight, in an exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey, Whitney Houston’s family came to Bobby Brown’s defense.
(via TheUrbanDaily) Whitney’s longtime confidante, manager, sister-in-law and best friend, Patricia Houston, had much insight into the superstar’s marriage to Bobby Brown.
As for accusations that he was the one who hooked Whitney to drugs, she says, “I can’t say that he introduced drugs to her; I don’t think that’s true. Bobby and I had a good relationship. She would say, ‘You’re always trying to protect him.’ I said, ‘No, I’m protecting truth… I can’t do it any other way.’” Continue reading
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