Oprah visits Black Eyed Peas singer and multiplatinum solo artist Fergie at the California vineyard she bought for her father, Pat, a two-time cancer survivor. Fergie, a child star who started performing at age 7, opens up about her sexuality and overcoming a crystal meth addiction. She also shares what it's like to be the only girl in the Black Eyed Peas, talks about her complicated relationship with will.i.am and reveals which bandmate she made out with. Plus, Fergie—already a part owner of the Miami Dolphins and the creator of fragrance, shoe and nail polish lines—talks about the Ferguson Crest winery, a joint venture she launched with her father.
Then, Fergie and her husband, actor Josh Duhamel, talk about their nine-year relationship, how tabloid stories that accused Josh of cheating affected their marriage, and their plans to start a family.
On March 5, 2012, filmmaker Jason Russell and his organization, Invisible Children, released the short film Kony 2012 online. The documentary brings awareness to alleged atrocities carried out by Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony. In less than a week, Kony 2012 had more than 100 million views and became the biggest viral video in history.
Donations poured in, and the world was talking about Joseph Kony. By all accounts, Jason and his organization had succeeded. Soon, though, the praise gave way to criticism. Jason was even challenged on whether Joseph Kony actually existed. He was forced to defend his organization's finances and his own sincerity.
Then, Jason began to unravel. Just over a week after the film's release, cameras caught Jason walking naked down a busy San Diego street behaving erratically.
Now, in his own words, Jason takes Oprah inside his nervous breakdown, and his wife, Danica, speaks out for the first time.
Oprah travels to Charleston, South Carolina, to visit with Emmy award-winning TV star Stephen Colbert and meet the man behind the alter ego seen on his popular late-night series, The Colbert Report. In this rare interview, he speaks about his close relationship with his 91-year-old mother, discusses his friendship with TV host and comedian Jon Stewart, and talks about the creation of his TV character.
Oprah joins Stephen for laughs and sweet tea on the porch of one of his favorite places in the world—his in-laws' 150-year-old home in Charleston, where he celebrated his wedding and spends Christmas with his family. The host of Comedy Central's critically acclaimed series offers a presidential prediction and reveals why he created his own super PAC. Plus, his wife, Evelyn, joins them for her first interview. Find out why she doesn't allow his alter ego in the house.
Oprah travels to Atlanta for an intimate interview with Grammy award-winning R&B artist Usher Raymond IV, who speaks publicly about the custody battle over his two boys and what caused his breakdown in court. Plus, Usher candidly addresses infidelity rumors and shares what really happened the night he walked offstage in Berlin.
Then, Oprah speaks with Usher's mother and former manager, Jonetta Patton, who has remained silent throughout the custody battle. Jonetta reveals why she chose not to attend her son's wedding and the reason behind their reported rift.
Oprah sits down with award-winning singer and actress Jennifer Hudson in Chicago. During their intimate conversation, Jennifer and her fiancé, David Otunga, talk about their relationship, plans for more children and upcoming wedding. And, for the first time, Jennifer and her sister, Julia Hudson, talk in depth about the tragic murders of their family members...and the man convicted of the crime.
Olympic gymnast Gabrielle Douglas won gold and the hearts of millions. Now, Oprah travels to West Des Moines, Iowa, to sit down with this 16-year-old gold medalist. Oprah also meets Gabrielle's mother, Natalie; her three siblings; her coach, Liang Chow; and visits with her host family. Then, Oprah goes inside the world-famous gym where Gabrielle trained for the Olympic Games!