FORBES: The Worlds 100 Most Powerful Women

I totally forgot to send in my letter of confirmation to be included on the list. I’m so going to fire my secretary.

They are heads of state and first ladies, bankers and cultural icons, CEOs and entrepreneurial athletes. A fresh look at power and creative influence.

The Top 10 List:

1.) Michelle Obama

2.) Irene Rosenfeld

3.) Oprah Winfrey

4.) Angela Merkel

5.) Hillary Clinton

6.) Indra Nooyi

7.) Lady Gaga

8.) Gail Kelly

9.) Beyonce Knowles

10.) Ellen DeGeneres

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Complete list of The Worlds 100 Most Powerful Women

Goodbye Oprah :(

Oh my freaking gosh! Say it ain’t so!

It is so…

After 25 seasons, Oprah Winfrey is saying good-bye to daytime TV.

Harpo Productions has confirmed that Oprah has decided to end her talk show, “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” and will make the announcement on Friday.

Winfrey began her show in 1986. The final episode of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” is scheduled to air in May 2011.

Jacko Tribute on OPRAH

According to the AP (associated press) Oprah is scheduled to air a Michael Jackson tribute on her show 🙂 This is cool. I will tune in. You should too.

Here’s the actual scoop….


Oprah Winfrey to dedicate show to Michael Jackson

(AP) – 22 hours ago

CHICAGO — Talk show host Oprah Winfrey plans to dedicate an upcoming episode of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” to late pop singer Michael Jackson.

Harpo Productions announced Wednesday the episode, to air Sept. 16, will feature excerpts from Winfrey’s 1993 interview with Jackson. Jackson died June 25 in Los Angeles. His death has been ruled a homicide.

A release from Harpo Productions says Winfrey will remember “the King of Pop with never-before-revealed personal details” from the interview.

The 24th season of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” premieres Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 14 and 15, with a two-part interview with singer Whitney Houston.