Lindsay Lohan sat down with Oprah in New York City just four days after finishing a 90-day, court-ordered rehabilitation program. Now, Lindsay says she's ready to make a lasting change. What's different this time around? Find out now.
Lindsay Lohan reveals why some part of her wanted to go to jail so she could escape the chaos surrounding her and find some peace. Plus, Lindsay shares the heartbreak she suffered after seeing her family in the courtroom.
Forest Whitaker, the star of 'Lee Daniels' The Butler,' tells Oprah how his character, a butler who served at the White House from 1952 to 1986, protested social injustice with his mere presence. Plus, Oprah shares a lesson she learned after watching the film.
Without the struggle and service of butlers and maids, Oprah says, she, Oscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker and director Lee Daniels wouldn't be where they are today. Watch as Forest, who portrays a White House butler in his latest film, recognizes the dignity of domestic work.