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March 2013 (6 posts)
Oprah put on a pair of skis to celebrate Easter Sunday. Check out the photo she posted to Twitter and Facebook, along with the comment, "Spring skiiing with my girls. Happy Easter Day!"
Whether it's a cold and gloomy March 21 in your hometown or just another balmy day, spring has truly arrived.
Oprah found the evidence right outside her window and shared it on Instagram, posting, "Spring has come to my front yard."
We get it. The Harlem Shake has been done ... and done again.
Nevertheless, the team at Harpo decided to bust a move for all to see on YouTube. See what Oprah thinks of Harpo's contribution to the web sensation.
They're having a dance party!
Tyler Perry stopped by the studio this weekend to film promos with Oprah promoting his exciting new partnership with OWN. Tyler will be writing, directing and producing programs The Haves and Have Nots and Love Thy Neighbor, which are both coming to the network this May. Hit comedy For Better or Worse debuts this fall on OWN.
In the meantime, Oprah and Tyler are busting some impressive moves. Oprah posted a photo of the two on her Twitter feed.
Evidently, fitting in a little boogie time is a perfect way to celebrate "Super Soul Sunday."
Our America host Lisa Ling and her husband Dr. Paul Song welcomed their first child into the world today, a little girl named Jett Ling Song. Jett, who was born around 1:30 this afternoon in Santa Monica California, weighs in at 6 lbs. and 6oz.
Mom and baby are resting comfortably.
Congratulations to Lisa and Paul on the newest addition to their family, and to Lisa for another great season of Our America with Lisa Ling. The season finale airs this Tuesday at 10/9c.
Harvard University can add one more big name to its already distinguished list of commencement speakers. The university just confirmed that Oprah will be delivering the 362nd Commencement address on May 30.
While this is the first time Oprah will be the principal speaker at Harvard's afternoon exercises, she's no stranger to inspiring college students. Last year, she delivered Spelman College's commencement address.
Harvard President Drew Faust is looking forward to the address. "Oprah’s journey from her grandmother’s Mississippi farm to becoming one of the world’s most admired women is one of the great American success stories, " he told the Harvard Gazette. “She has used her extraordinary influence and reach as a force for good in the world, with a constant focus on the importance of educational opportunity and the virtues of serving others.”