Oprah Flosses Those Curves In A Sexy Catsuit For ‘O’ Magazine’s September 2014 Issue + Sherri Shepherd CONFIRMS Role As Evil Stepmother In Broadway’s “Cinderella”
Let's all let out a collective "Weeerk!" Oprah is steaming up the magazine circuit in a sexy black catsuit. And at the age of 60, she’s living proof that like wine, only getting better. Peep her self-loving cover and catch the deets on Sherri Shepherd's new role on Broadway inside…
Oprah is back with yet another sexy cover! She slayed the cover of ‘O’ magazine’s May 2014 issue and now she’s back to serve up some catsuit sexiness for the cover of the September 2014 issue.
Shot by Ruven Afanador, Lady O slipped into a black hip hugging jumpsuit flaunting her real woman curves. And she’s serving up some serious grown woman fabness.
Although she’s giving us life on the make-over themed issue, the media mogul admitted she was a little apprehensive rocking a skin-tight catsuit for the new cover. She said,
"I’m not built to suit a fashion model's size,” quoting Maya Angelou’s poem Phenomenal Woman.
She also offered up some tips to live your best life saying,
“To feed yourself with love and loving thoughts. To eat food that’s delicious to you and your body. To engage in loving practices, like giving yourself the gift of stillness at least five minutes a day. To surround yourself with people who bring you light, and to banish all forms of negative energy.”
Words to live by.
And last night...
Lady O hit up the premiere of The Hundred-Foot Journey at the Ziegfeld Theater in NYC. The media queen serves as a producer of the film alongside executive producers Jeff Skoll and Jonathan King of Participant Media.
And in Broadway news...
“The View” co-host Sherri Shepherd (who recently filmed her farewell episode) confirmed on the daytime talk show this morning that she will be starring as the evil stepmother in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s "Cinderella" on Broadway. And not the Fairy Godmother, like previously reported.
Although she’s currently going through a firestorm of drama in her personal life, the talk show host isn’t letting that affect her career moves. She's taking her talents to Broadway this fall alongside BET hostess Keke Palmer, who is making history as Broadway's first African-American Cinderella.
Keke shared her excitement on landing the lead role tweeting,
"It's honestly one of those things that I can't believe is really happening. I'm very excited. Very excited and nervous as well — a bunch of feelings all at once."
We’re here for it.
Photos: Getty/Ruven Afanador/Sherri's IG