Oprah sits down with the superstars of the NBA's Miami Heat, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, in Miami. Watch as she talks with the world champions about their historic win, their friendships on and off the court and the women in their lives.
On past seasons of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Khloe Kardashian made her opinion of her sister Kourtney's longtime boyfriend, Scott Disick, very clear, and it wasn't usually positive. Have her feelings toward Scott changed? Find out now.
Khloe Kardashian and her husband, NBA star Lamar Odom, open up about the importance of God in their lives. Plus, Oprah shares her definition of spirituality.
Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner, father of six and stepfather of four, shares what he believes is the most important thing any parent can do: lead by example. Find out how he instills morals and character into his children.
Scott Disick, the outspoken and oftentimes controversial boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian, says the Kardashian family looked down on him when he first started dating Kourtney. Watch as he tells Oprah how he went from a 23-year-old with few career aspirations to the man he is today.
Cameras have captured all their breakups and makeups. Now, Kourtney Kardashian and her longtime boyfriend, Scott Disick, open up about the ups and downs in their relationship and the benefits of couples counseling.
Since putting her 72-day marriage behind her, Kim Kardashian says she still wants her forever with someone special. Is Kim's new love interest, music superstar Kanye West, part of the fairy tale? Find out now.
In 2009, Khloe Kardashian shocked her family when she married NBA star Lamar Odom after dating him for just four weeks. Now, almost three years later, Khloe tells Oprah why she puts pressure on herself to be a great wife and doesn't read the tabloids.
Olympic legend Bruce Jenner, stepfather of the Kardashian siblings, tells Oprah about the televised moments he wishes he could take back. Plus, Bruce opens up about Kim Kardashian's marriage to Kris Humphries.
Kourtney Kardashian's longtime boyfriend, Scott Disick, speaks candidly about being the black sheep of the family and reveals his deep-seated insecurities.