OK. I can admit that I have been watching Oprah ever since I was a little girl. Then I dropped off the wagon because I hated her. Now, me and her are tight again.
We may have to loosen the friendship string due to her new format of the show.
What is up with her having three to four different topics/interviews that have nothing to do with the other compiled into one show? WTF, Ops?
Lately, I have been dragging when it comes to watching her show. But I did see her the other day with Jamie Foxx (who I hate and still do, even more so after his interview on Oprah).
Can I say, I just love Ghetto Oprah. Love. Her.
She puts on jeans, and this time she had on one bad ass gold shimmer jacket. Ghetto Oprah says things like, "That is so whack", "Playa", and "Your homies"
Oprah said 'homies'. She is more down to Earth when she is Ghetto Oprah. She laughs more. Her hair is curlier. And dare I say, she even looks younger.
Ghetto Oprah in the house!
I will add that the bigger than huge portrait of herself was out of control. Come on Jamie Foxx, what were you thinking? But I guess one conceited person thinks that they know that every person would like a painting of themself that is bigger than big.
I was rolling my eyes that's for sure.
Then he sang. WHY? Why must he have a singing career? Leave that to Madonna and Jennifer Lopez. They are singer/actors that can do both because, oh, wait for it: THEY DON'T HAVE AN OSCAR!
Or do like Gwenyth and Nicole Kidman sing one song. There is no need for an entire album. No need at all. Do you see Denzel busting out with a groove? NO. Halle? NO.
The "Heaven is not the Same" song he sang was good. Way better than the crap single that is on the radio nowadays, I don't even know what its called. Its some 'get in your pants' song and Ludacris raps in the middle of it, which frankly is the best part because it's not Jamie Foxx.
So back to hypocritical Oprah.
Does anyone remember a time when Oprah swore up and down that she would never ever ever be on David Letterman...do you remember?
And how repulsed she was with him? And how he'd make fun of her, her weight yo-yo'ing, and her being the richest person and Oprah not liking it?
Well tonight folks, pigs will fly because Oprah is on David Letterman. I couldn't be more excited. I'm a Letterman girl, cannot stand Jay Leno one bit.
She better behave and kick back and laugh at a joke or two.
But we all know why she caved in: to promote her musical; "The Color Purple" (Why did it take them so long to make a musical out of it?).
Tune in, I'm sure there'll be some good times. Maybe she'll sing, she is promoting a musical, isn't she?