Known for their luxe life on television, the Kardashian siblings, Rob, Khloe, Kourtney and Kim, say they work hard in order to treat themselves. Watch as they discuss with Oprah if they think their lives are materialistic.
While sitting with Oprah at her kitchen table, Kris Jenner, matriarch of the Kardashian/Jenner family, gets emotional while talking about her daughter Kourtney's longtime boyfriend, Scott Disick.
Oprah's conversation with the entire Kardashian family and their significant others continues! Oprah speaks with Kim Kardashian about her new relationship with music superstar Kanye West. Then, Oprah sits down with more Kardashian couples: Khloe and NBA star Lamar Odom, Kourtney and Scott Disick, and Kris Jenner and Olympic legend Bruce Jenner.
Kim Kardashian says she's grown up since her marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries ended. Watch as she discusses her epiphany. Plus, Oprah asks Kim about the new man in her life, music superstar Kanye West.
Two all-new hours of Oprah's Next Chapter! Oprah sits down with America's most famous TV family, the Kardashians, and their significant others. Then, Oprah's conversation with rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson continues.
The Kardashian siblings, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob, talk with Oprah about how their dark hair and curves set them apart from other television stars. Do they think they'd be famous if they weren't attractive? Find out now.
Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob Kardashian open up about their mother and manager, Kris Jenner. Watch as they discuss their personal and professional relationships with Kris. Plus, find out if they've ever felt exploited.
In 2000, 50 Cent was shot point-blank nine times in front of his home as his grandmother worked in the yard nearby. Watch as 50 Cent relives that day and shares with Oprah what he went through in his physical and emotional recovery.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson had been hustling for almost a decade when his son, Marquise, was born in 1996. He says the moment he became a father, he knew he could never deal drugs again. Watch as he talks to Oprah about his own experience growing up without a father and how his experience with fatherhood made him a better person.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson says he's not the same person—or artist—he was when he exploded on the music scene nearly a decade ago. He also says he feels he's lost some of his original audience because they haven't evolved at the same rate he has, both personally and spiritually. Watch as 50 Cent opens up about meditating, what he's learned from spiritual teacher Deepak Chopra, and who he really is today.