Oprah Winfrey looks amazing! The famed talk show host graced the cover of the November issue of ‘O, The Oprah Magazine’ where she showed off her cleavage in a white suit.
Oprah Winfrey, 60, is showing some skin! The beautiful OWN network boss showed off her amazing curves and a hint of cleavage on the cover of the November issue of her wildly popular magazine, O! Looking good, Oprah!
Oprah Winfrey Cleavage — Shows Off Curves On ‘O’ Magazine Cover
Oprah looks absolutely amazing! The icon stunned on the November cover of her O magazine by wearing a beautiful Rena Lange crisp white suit with matching hat!
Inside the issue, the Daily Mail reports that the issue is all about gratitude. Oprah dishes, “I wake up every morning and the first sentence that comes through my brain is, “thank you.'”
“If you focus on what you have, you will begin to see that you have more,” she said “And if you focus on what you don’t have, you will always live in a space of lack.”
The mogul has been busy living out one of her dreams by embarking on a multi level tour called, “Oprah’s The Life You Want Weekend.”
She revealed, “It’s a dream that’s lived in me forever: to travel the world speaking face-to-face with women (and some very cool men) about the thing that matters most – raising our individual and collective consciousness to a higher vibration so that we each may fill our innate calling.”
Oprah’s long locks were styled by longtime hairstylist and a principal of The Gold System, Andre Walker. The Gold System, which Andre uses regularly on Oprah’s hair is now available at Sephora.
Oprah Interviews Raven Symone
Recently, Oprah interviewed former child star, Raven-Symone, 28, in her new series, “Where Are They Now?” As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, the Cosby Show and That’s So Raven star revealed that she does not like to be labeled.
“I’m tired of being labeled. I’m an American. I’m not an African-American; I’m an American.” She clarified, “I mean, I don’t know where my roots go to. I don’t know how far back they go…I don’t know what country in Africa I’m from, but I do know that my roots are in Louisiana,” she said. “I’m an American. And that’s a colorless person.”
The actress continued, “I don’t label myself. I have darker skin. I have a nice, interesting grade of hair. I connect with Caucasian. I connect with Asian. I connect with Black. I connect with Indian. I connect with each culture.”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers?
— Caitlin Beck