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LL Cool J, Alicia Keys Score Interviews With Oprah

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Oprah is adding a slew of big names to her popular ‘Master Class’ and ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ series on her OWN Network.


This year, the second season of ‘Oprah’s Master Class’ will highlight celebrities including Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz and actress Susan Sarandon as well as music mogul Berry Gordy.

‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ will showcase rapper-actor LL Cool J, who welcomes the talk show queen into his Los Angeles home to speak with himself and his family. Whitney Houston’s mother Cissy Houston will also have her moment on the show, just one year after her daughter’s tragic passing.

Over the last year, Oprah’s sit-down with Rihanna garnered buzz due to the singer’s frankness. She opened up to Oprah about her feelings for ex-boyfriend Chris Brown while the two spoke in her native Barbados.

Watch Rihanna’s Interview With Oprah

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