Award-winning actress and singer Jennifer Hudson opens up to Oprah about the importance of image in Hollywood and what it was like to be called a 'big girl' on the red carpet. Plus, Jennifer shares how being a size 16 is different than being a size 6.
Jennifer Hudson reveals how the tragic murders of her mother, brother and nephew have impacted her and why she hasn't visited their graves since the day they were buried. Then, Jennifer takes cameras along as she celebrates her nephew's life by giving back to children in Chicago.
Jennifer Hudson and her fiance of four years, David Otunga, open up about their wedding date, family plans and more. Watch as Jennifer and David, parents of a 3-year-old son, David Jr., share their dreams of having a daughter. Plus, find out how David, a Harvard-educated lawyer, became a WWE wrestler.
In October 2008, Julian King, the 7-year-old son of Jennifer Hudson's sister, Julia, was abducted and murdered by Julia's estranged husband. Now, on what would have been Julian's 11th birthday, Julia reveals how she honors her son's memory. Plus, she opens up about the what-ifs that have haunted her for almost four years.
When Kelsey Grammer and his then-wife, Camille, split after 13 years of marriage, Kelsey says he found himself in a frustrating media firestorm. Kelsey opens up to Oprah about whether what is said about him in the press makes him angry. Plus, find out why he says his attitude toward untrue tabloid stories is similar to the ending of the movie WarGames.
For nearly two years, gymnast Gabrielle Douglas has lived and trained in Iowa, 1,200 miles away from her family in Virginia. Watch as Oprah sits down with Gabrielle's mom, Natalie, and Gabrielle's host parents, Travis and Missy Parton. Find out what advice Travis gave Gabrielle when she was so homesick she almost gave up on her dream. Plus, learn the touching reason the Partons opened up their home to an aspiring Olympian.
The night Team USA won gold, negative comments about gymnast Gabrielle Douglas' hair began to surface on social media. Some Twitter users called her hair messy, unkempt and hideous. Watch as Gabrielle responds to the hair controversy that became national news.
Since 2010, Gabrielle Douglas has lived with the Parton family in Iowa to be closer to her coach, Liang Chow, and his world-class gymnastics facility. In this exclusive clip, Gabrielle shows Oprah around her bedroom.
To the world, Gabrielle Douglas is a gymnastics champion, but to her mother, grandfather and three older siblings, she'll always be the little girl who learned to cartwheel in the backyard. Watch as Gabrielle's family tells Oprah what it was like to see her win gold in London.
Gymnast Gabrielle Douglas is certainly disciplined in the gym, but at home, this 16-year-old occasionally needs a little discipline from her parents. Watch as her mother, Natalie, tells Oprah how she works with Gabrielle's host family to dole out punishments.