With more than 30 million followers, Justin Bieber is the second-most-popular celebrity on Twitter (behind Lady Gaga). Watch as Justin tells Oprah how he stays true to himself, even when fans are following his every move. Plus, find out why he tries to keep his Twitter experience drama-free.
In 2011, Justin Bieber starred in 'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,' a documentary about his meteoric rise to fame. In the film, this multiplatinum musician reveals how he protects his voice during downtime. Now, Justin shares some tricks of the trade with Oprah.
Oprah, a woman known for sharing her favorite things, took Justin Bieber to one of her favorite restaurants in Chicago. Now, she wants to know a few of Justin's top picks. What movie can he watch again and again? What's his favorite time of day? Find out now!
Justin Bieber opens up to Oprah about his family plans (he says he wants a 'handful' of children) and his plan to be married by the time he's 25. Find out why Oprah thinks he should definitely rethink that decision.
For years, Justin Bieber was known around the world for his chart-topping hits, his style and, yes, his signature swoosh hairstyle. When Justin cut his hair in 2011, his new look made headlines around the world. Why did Justin decide to go short? Find out now.
Oprah sits down with acclaimed director Steven Spielberg and iconic actors Daniel Day-Lewis and Sally Field, stars of the feature film Lincoln. Plus, Oprah returns to DreamWorks Studios in Los Angeles, the same studio building where she first auditioned for her role in The Color Purple.
It may surprise you that Bette Midler, a consummate performer, who has danced her way across countless stages, is very shy offstage. Watch as Bette tells Oprah how her husband, Martin von Haselberg, who plays host for the couple's gatherings, offsets her shyness.
Before his death in August 2011, Nick Ashford and his wife of 37 years, Valerie Simpson, would spend days watching butterflies in their garden. While filming an episode of Oprah's Next Chapter, a butterfly flew into Valerie's home for the first time. Watch as Valerie plays piano and contemplates the greater meaning of her unexpected guest.
Lyrics for the song 'I'm Every Woman,' an anthem for women that has spanned generations, were actually written by a man, Nick Ashford. Watch as Nick's wife and songwriting partner, Valerie Simpson, reveals how her husband tapped into his feminine side to pen this hit.
In 1996, Nick Ashford, of the songwriting duo Ashford & Simpson, opened Sugar Bar on Manhattan's West Side with his wife, Valerie Simpson. Though Nick passed away in 2011, Valerie says she feels close to her husband when she's performing at their live music club. Plus, find out how Maya Angelou inspired this soulful hot spot.