US talk show queen Oprah Winfrey visited the Taj Mahal Thursday, spending more than an hour while her camera crew captured the 17th century marble marvel from various angles for her new talk show.
She was followed by scores of journalists and camera persons, which made her security a daunting task for her bouncers.
Oprah Winfrey took a trip to South Africa this week to meet the first graduating class of the school for girls she had opened in 2007.
She was seen laughing, joking and dancing with the young women, who have affectionately dubbed their founder Mam Oprah, at the 40-million-dollar Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls.
Lady GaGa has been named the world’s most influential artist in Time magazine’s Time 100 list of the most influential figures alive today.
The singer clinched the top spot in the list of 25 stars, with Conan O’Brien coming second and Kathryn Bigelow and Oprah Winfrey coming third and fourth.
Calling her new venture “the network built on great intentions,” Oprah Winfrey says her sleeves are rolled up to make the Oprah Winfrey Network “all that I know it can be.”
What will those great intentions look like? Speaking to media buyers Thursday at a presentation by partner Discovery Communications, Winfrey filled in a few of the gaps that have left people wondering just what her round-the-clock network will be since she announced it in January 2008.