In 2005, after 13 years of marriage, Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds and his second wife, Tracey, announced they were divorcing. Tracey is now dating former NFL superstar Deion Sanders. Watch as Babyface discusses his current relationship with Tracey and shares how Deion earned his admiration.
In October 2013, Grammy winner Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Even after receiving this honor, Babyface says he still doesn't think of himself as a star, but he will accept the fact that he's a starmaker. Find out how he's learning to embrace his celebrity status.
Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds, a celebrated musician, producer and songwriter, says young singers who are discovered on popular singing competitions are usually 'on a crash course.' Watch as Babyface shares words of caution for up-and-coming artists, and find out why he says most instant celebrities won't survive the harsh media scrutiny.
When Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds collaborated with Toni Braxton on her debut album in 1993, it went on to sell more than 10 million copies. After an eight-year break, Babyface and Toni are teaming up again with their first full duet album, 'Love, Marriage & Divorce.' Watch as Babyface explains why he and Toni added the word 'divorce' to their album title.
When Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds was in the eighth grade, he pulled off a feat most teenagers would never dare. Using his best Jimmy Stewart impression, Babyface says he called the Jackson 5's promoter and convinced him that a student named Kenny should be allowed to interview one of the biggest musical acts in America. Watch as Babyface reminisces about his first meeting with Michael Jackson.
Five days a week, the Rev. Al Sharpton tapes his MSNBC show 'PoliticsNation' in New York City. Every time he walks through the entrance, he says, he thinks about his mother, Ada, and how she sacrificed for her family. Watch as the reverend is overcome with emotion while talking about his late mother.
Oprah visits R&B powerhouse Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds at his home in Los Angeles to discuss his upcoming album and the stories behind his biggest hits. The 10-time Grammy winner also talks about his very public divorce and the effect it has had on his children.
The Rev. Al Sharpton says that as a boy growing up in Queens, New York, he had an ideal suburban upbringing. That all changed when he was 9 years old. Watch as the Rev. Sharpton opens up about the day his father left the family and took his mother's 18-year-old daughter from a previous marriage with him.
Before most children are even old enough to read, the Rev. Al Sharpton was preaching before a congregation of 900. Watch as the Rev. Sharpton talks about his first experience behind a pulpit, when he was just 4 years old, and shares the Bible verse that inspired his first sermon.
The Rev. Al Sharpton admits that for many years, he was very angry: at society, at his father for leaving his family, and at some of his mentors. Now, the Rev. Sharpton tells Oprah how he felt he was robbed of the life he was supposed to have, and reveals how he finally dealt with his pain.