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Watch 3 Previews Of This Sunday's Emotional 'Oprah's Next Chapter' w/ Rihanna

by Tambay A. Obenson
August 17, 2012 1:47 PM
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Oh boy... I know many of you have set your DVRs for this.

This Sunday, August 19, at 9/8c on Oprah's Next Chapter on her network OWN, Oprah travels to Barbados for an emotional, no-holds-barred conversation with pop star Rihanna about her career, her family and the price of fame. Plus, Rihanna reveals how she really feels about that infamous incident with Chris Brown... and her relationship with him now.

Get out the tissues...

Watch the 2 video previews below:

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  • ALM | August 17, 2012 7:02 PMReply

    She is playing shy and precocious in that third clip about the sexiest woman title.

  • Toney | August 17, 2012 3:07 PMReply

    I'm so OVER the way this has been promoted like THE event of 2012. Who should care what this chick has to say about anything besides Chris Brown? She didn't cut ties after the abuse and her pop act is nothing new. As someone who suffered from abuse, Oprah doesn't seem to understand irony. Don't tell me she got a whole 2 hours of programming out of this!

  • Ghost | August 17, 2012 10:09 PM

    Funny if she was so concerned for Chris-while he was getting lynched-she was in the cubs, getting named Woman of the Year, showing her tail and jumping from man to man. And she's chasing after him and Chris is getting into bottle fights over her. She wants closure? Explain what you did to tick him off that caused all this. Court documents already confirmed that you hit men including him. He was still wrong to hit you but not all men have sense enough to walk away from an abuser. Call me when Oprah interviews some REAL black women and not these little girls that do anything for attention.

  • angel | August 17, 2012 5:28 PM

    I agree Blutopaz. I'm tired of people acting like Rihanna is a complete victim when she has milked this controversy for over three years now. It's hard to feel sorry for her when she meets up with CB at nightclubs and records stupid remixes with him, all in an attempt to drum up controversy. You can't have it both ways Rhi Rhi!

  • BluTopaz | August 17, 2012 3:22 PM

    Word. Tina Turner was terribly abused for how many decades; yet still kept it moving and influenced generations? Rihanna getting clocked one time has been the best thing that has happened to her career. I don't even care how misogynist that sounds.

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