Oprah news: July 2010 Archives


Celebrities and powerful politcos are all hoping to get an invite to what has now been dubbed 'the wedding of the century.'

In fact, some reports say the guest list has been made secretive because political powerhouse couple Bill and Hillary Clinton did not want those not invited to get their feelings hurt.

Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky will be wed July 31 in front of 500 guests -- which will include "President Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Barbra Streisand and ex-British Prime Minister John Major," according to the New York Daily News.

I wonder what wedding gifts they'll bring!

Seems as if Jay Leno has made tentative plans to catch the Emmy Awards at Oprah Winfrey's house, after not receiving an award last week.

While Conan O'Brien got the very-public boot from 'The Tonight Show,' his short tenure as host got him a nomination as best variety, music or comedy series, while resurrected Leno was snubbed in the category.

David Letterman's 'Late Show' also was missing from the nominees, after a season in which the host turned an admission of affairs with female staffers and a blackmail attempt into high broadcast drama.

"I guess Dave and I will be watching the Emmys at Oprah's house this year," Leno said, a reference to their Super Bowl commercial, according to USA Today.


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