Not Sorry: Oprah lets go of ‘emo­tional bur­den’ of weight

South Florida Times - - MUSIC - Associ­ated Press

MON­TECITO, Calif. (AP) — At 63, Oprah Win­frey isn’t apol­o­giz­ing for any­thing, es­pe­cially her weight.

The me­dia mogul and for­mer talk show host tells Vogue magazine that the high-pro­file fluc­tu­a­tions in her weight over the years were “a phys­i­cal, spir­i­tual, emo­tional bur­den” for her. But she says that when you hit 60, there are no more apologies.

Win­frey also dis­cussed the 2011 end of her talk show. She says she misses her con­nec­tion to the au­di­ence, but knew it was time to end the show be­cause the way peo­ple con­sume me­dia was chang­ing.

Win­frey opened up about her re­la­tion­ship with long­time part­ner St­ed­man Gra­ham. She says if she and Gra­ham had mar­ried long ago, they wouldn’t be to­gether. She ex­plains that she wouldn’t have been able to fit into a tra­di­tional mar­riage role.

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