Oprah: Where Are They Now?
Posted: Fri 08/30/2013 09:54 AM
The truth is that bad photographs happen to good people. I recently went to a wedding in Hungary with my husband's family and was absolutely thrilled to see image after image of me tagged on Facebook by his lovely aunt, taken with reckless abandon on her iPhone. Let's just say they weren't my best (UNTAG!!).
Sometimes, it's just out of your control, but when you do have some input, there are things you can do to improve your photogenic factor. Here are my top eight tips to help increase your confidence in front of the lens, especially when the person taking the photos isn't a professional.
1. Think happy thoughts. Life looks better from behind a smile, but if you feel like your smile doesn't look natural, then fake it. Crack up. Get someone to tickle you. Think about that funny video you watched on YouTube yesterday. Anything to avoid looking like you're at the dentist, showing off your pearlies. And whatever you do, don't say “cheese.”
Posted: Mon 08/12/2013 11:39 AM
American Idol runner-up Justin Guarini recently let Oprah: Where Are They Now? cameras into his life today—which includes an upcoming Broadway play, a wife and three kids! Justin also took a few minutes to share his top five song picks with us. Check out his soulful picks below:
Posted: Fri 08/09/2013 04:31 PM
Today, you can catch up with Brian on his podcast, "The Dunk Tank with Brian Dunkleman and Chet Wild." (Available on iTunes.) Below, Brian shares three of the dream guests he'd love to book on the show.
David Letterman was the reason I wanted to be in this business. But you never hear anybody interview Paul, who I think is so funny and ridiculously talented and a huge part why that show's been so great for 30 years.
He's my favorite golfer of all time. My father and six older brothers all played, so it was a huge part of my childhood, and I have such strong memories of watching him play as a kid.
He was the original drummer for the Beatles, and after his departure they went on to be slightly successful. I can identify with that. I actually met him on "The Howard Stern Show," and he was a really nice guy.