Vow Of Media Silence of the Day

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Vow Of Media Silence of the Day
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In a recent Oprah's Next Chapter interview, pop superstar Lady Gaga opened up about whether or not children were in her future, and revealed that she will soon go on a self-imposed media blackout.

In the clip above, the "Born This Way" singer says that she wants a husband and many children, and joked that she wants enough kids to make up her own little soccer team.

"I want to experience that," she laughed, "[but] not yet."

Gaga also told host Oprah Winfrey that she won't be doing any more interviews for quite a while.

"The latest thing I do is I don't read a damn thing," she explained. "No press, no television. If my mom calls and says, 'Did you hear about?' I don't want to know nothing about anything that is going on in relation to music. I shut it all off."

[USAToday]

Cancellation Commentary of the Day

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Cancellation Commentary of the Day
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On the most recent episode of OWN's The Rosie Show, host Rosie O'Donnell addressed the show's recent cancellation, and subtly spoke to a few rumors that surrounded the network's decision to ax the series.

 "It was fair," said O'Donnell. "Listen: Oprah gave me an amazing shot at doing this. She really did. She put me back on TV. She believed in me. I didn't even know if I could do it again."

In the above clip, the talk show veteran speaks about her "top notch staff," and opens up about what she thought went wrong with the show. Like many critics, the host blamed frequent format changes for the low ratings.

"Oprah has treated me with nothing but respect and with dignity from day one," concluded O'Donnell. "It's not a nightmare -- it's a good thing."

[TheHollywoodReporter]

Oprah Guest of the Day

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Oprah has landed the first interview with Whitney Houston's 18-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina, since Houston's death last month.

According to USA Today, Bobbi Kristina shared her memories of her mother with Oprah, and addressed rumors about Whitney's death. Oprah also interviewed Whitney's brother, Gary Houston, and her sister-in-law/manager, Patricia Houston.

The paper didn't say whether Bobbi Kristina addressed rumors that she was found asleep in a bathtub the night her mother died, or discussed her recent hospitalizations.

The interview will air on Oprah's Next Chapter -- on Oprah's OWN network -- on March 11th.

[usatoday]