She also confessed to being addicted to buckets of macaroni and cheese.
For three years I subscribed to O Magazine and it made me feel like less of a successful career girl that I couldn't afford $90 teacups. Oh wait, who the hell is pretentious enough to have the perfect wine charms or the best yoga pants, or stupid $90 teacups?
Today, it took .18 of a second for Google to retrieve an estimated 17,000,000 results for the phrase "people who hate Oprah." According to Kitty Kelley's biography of Oprah, Beverly Coleman was offered $1 million to remain in her position as Oprah's personal assistant. Coleman walked away from being a millionaire due to the stress of the non-stop work.
However, Oprah has contributed to society by introducing leading experts such as Dr. Oz, Suze Orman, Rachael Ray, and Dr. Phil.
Rachael Ray does not possess a culinary degree or any natural skill in the kitchen (all three recipes I've personally tried at home have been inedible, just saying). In a recent episode of the Dr. Phil show, the good doctor helped a woman who was deceived by her Facebook fiancée by flying her across the country to meet the perfect stranger and confront him regarding lying to her during their 10-month online relationship. It was daytime Emmy gold, and certified insanity.
Sure, Oprah flew a bunch of folks out to Australia in a plane flown by John Travolta, and she broke Jennifer Aniston's silence on Brad Pitt. She is a groundbreaker. If Oprah says we should buy tofu noodles to lose weight, Whole Foods will sell out of the stuff.
Oprah will carry on. Just remember America: you're taking the advice on tofu noodles from a mac-n-cheese junkie.