Since launching Ferguson Crest, a boutique winery in Solvang, California, with her father, Pat Ferguson, Fergie has gotten involved in the winemaking process. Watch as she talks about picking grapes, crushing grapes and fulfilling an I Love Lucy fantasy by stomping grapes alongside her husband, actor Josh Duhamel.
Fergie says that when she's performing in front of thousands of fans during a Black Eyed Peas concert, she becomes a larger-than-life version of herself. Find out how Fergie is different from her onstage alter ego.
In 2001, Fergie battled an addiction to crystal meth, and after hitting rock bottom, she moved back in with her mother to focus on her recovery. Watch as she shares how therapy and journaling helped her discover her true potential, which led to a hugely successful solo album and eight Grammys.
In 2009, nine months after singer Fergie's fairy-tale wedding to actor Josh Duhamel, tabloid stories surfaced that accused Josh of cheating on Fergie with an Atlanta stripper. For the first time, Fergie opens up about the allegations.
Emmy award-winning actor Josh Duhamel says he loves watching his wife, Fergie, perform onstage, but that's not what has kept their nine-year relationship strong. Watch as Josh shares a side of Fergie the world doesn't get to see. Plus, Josh reveals how allegations of cheating helped make him a better man.
Long before Fergie met her husband, Josh Duhamel, she traveled the world with the Black Eyed Peas. Watch as Fergie tells Oprah what it was like to be the only woman on a bus full of men. Plus, Fergie reveals which Black Eyed Peas member she made out with once while on tour and why it sparked a band meeting.
Fergie's parents, Terri and Pat, who are now divorced, have always been her biggest fans. Watch as Fergie's parents tell Oprah what it's like to see their daughter onstage, and hear how they made it through tough times as a family.
In March 2012, filmmaker Jason Russell was caught on tape behaving erratically and walking naked down a busy San Diego street. Now, Jason's talking about the incident for the first time with Oprah. Watch as he shares his diagnosis and reveals how he's doing today.
In 2003, 12-year-old Jacob was on the run from Joseph Kony and his army when Jason Russell first met him in Uganda. That day, Jason promised to do everything he could to stop Joseph Kony. Meet Jacob and see how he's doing today.
One thing filmmaker Jason Russell says he learned from Oprah was the power of intention. Watch as he discusses the intention at the core of his organization, Invisible Children.