February brings one-time-only events, unforgettable reunions and some of music's biggest stars to The Oprah Winfrey Show. Plus, The View comes to The Oprah Show—live!
CHICAGO, IL – The Oprah Winfrey Show today announced a February full of exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime television events, incredible reunions and appearances by some of music's biggest stars.
Monday, February 7: In a TV first, Donald Trump and his five children come together on The Oprah Show stage as the Donald, wife Melania and all the Trump children, including Ivanka, Donald Jr., Eric, Tiffany and Barron join Oprah for the hour. Together, they share secrets about what it's like to grow up in one of the most famous families in the world.
Wednesday, February 9: From the wedding of super couple Luke and Laura—and Erica Kane and her numerous husbands—to the iconic Mrs. Chancellor, The Oprah Show brings together some of daytime's biggest stars for a celebration of the legendary soap stars audiences love. Daytime icons Susan Lucci, Anthony Geary and Genie Francis, Darnell Williams and Debbi Morgan, Michael E. Knight and Jeanne Cooper join Oprah for the hour. Plus, for the first time, Susan Lucci is reunited with all eight of her All My Children husbands!
Thursday, February 10: Actress and singer Jennifer Hudson sits down with Oprah and opens up about her incredible weight loss, shares her family's joys and heartbreak, and delivers a show-stopping performance.
Friday, February 11: The "Hot Topics" have never been hotter as Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sherri Shepherd bring The View to The Oprah Show for a no-holds-barred live episode. Plus Oprah Show cameras go behind the scenes for an unprecedented look at the making of The View.
Monday, February 14: Comedienne and author Roseanne Barr returns to The Oprah Show stage as she discusses her life, her loves, her feuds, her new book and her time as the star of the hit sitcom Roseanne. Plus, Roseanne cast members reminisce about their time on one of television's most popular series.
Tuesday, February 15: Before Dr. Oz, and before Nate Berkus, there was Iyanla Vanzant. One of the original Oprah Show regulars, Vanzant made frequent Oprah Show appearances back in the 1990s. But her subsequent attempt to launch her own talk show failed. Now, Vanzant reunites with Oprah for the first time since her last Oprah Show appearance in 1999 to talk about her fall from grace and what's happened in her life in the years since.
Monday, February 21: Music icon Celine Dion returns to The Oprah Show to talk about returning to the stage in Las Vegas and her growing family.
Friday, February 25: The legendary Diana Ross comes to The Oprah Show stage for a rare interview and performance.
Monday, February 28: Oprah goes live from the Kodak Theatre for her signature After-Oscar® Party celebrating the winners and highlights of Hollywood's most glamorous night.
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Published on February 07, 2011