And lo, the tenure of 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' has come to an end once again, leaving Jay to walk off into that darling sunset with Jimmy Fallon waiting in the wings and a bitter Conan O'Brien making the only jokes. Jay's first-ever guest Billy Crystal joined the late-night host last night to bookend the run, bringing with him a cavalcade of guest stars to send Jay off in style before the
Crafty domestic goddess Martha Stewart has inked a deal with JCPenney that will basically give her a monopoly on the major retailer and simultaneously ban Oprah and Rosie O'Donnell from doing business with the chain -- and that's just for starters.
Do not pass the crocheted tea-cozy replica of Go. Do not collect 200 Michael's coupons.
Whitney Houston's mother Cissy Houston is making the rounds to promote her lip-twitching memoir about her daughter -- this time on 'Oprah's Next Chapter,' where she brought along her son Michael Houston to divest himself of a secret.
In the episode, Michael admits to Oprah Winfrey that he (and not Bobby Brown) was the first person to introduce his baby sister to drugs.
It didn't take long after Lance Armstrong told Oprah those words everyone had been waiting years to hear -- yes, he doped during his illustrious cycling career -- before Twitter lit up with reactions.
When we weren't taking shots or playing bingo, we complied some of the better tweets we saw.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong will finally open up about those allegations of performance-enhancing drug use which saw him stripped of his seven Tour de France titles last year, cost him several lucrative endorsement deals and made him step down as chairman of his Livestrong charitable organization.
And who better to discuss the complete and utter destruction of his life with than Oprah Winfre
Two of the most powerful women in show biz, Lady Gaga and Oprah Winfrey, are teaming up at Harvard and on leap year, no less. Winfrey will join Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta at the official launch of Mother Monster’s Born This Way Foundation, which takes places on Wednesday, Feb. 29.