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As if stage fright wasn’t difficult enough on its own, Lindsay Lohan had an extra dose of the jitters as the curtain opened on Friday’s (October 3) performance of “Speed The Plow” in London.
In addition to the usual theater crowd, LiLo worked her onstage magic for celebrity spectators such as Oprah Winfrey and Lupita Nyong'o, ignoring the nasty critics who have been panning her West End efforts.
Today is the end of an era as Barbara Walters says goodbye to her hosting chair on “The View,” and given her strong reputation in the journalism world, it’s no surprise that a few very important guests stopped by the ABC set to send her off.
During the special episode on Friday (May 16), former First Lady Hillary Clinton surprised Walters and greeted her with a big hug. "I can't believe this day has come," the politician said. "The [Most] Fascinating [People] list has been, you know, a particular interest of mine," she added with a smile. Hilary topped the list in 2013.
After their owner was banned from the NBA for life, Oprah Winfrey is looking in to bidding on the Los Angeles Clippers.
Fellow billionaire David Geffen said on Wednesday (April 30) that he and the talk show queen, along with Larry Ellison, will put in a bid for the team should the NBA force embattled owner Donald Sterling to sell.