Kim Kardashian Called In Celebrity To Intervene When Kanye West Was At His Lowest; Oprah Winfrey Googled Herself For The First Time

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“The moment when you’re in a hospital bed and you’re next to your friend and you tell them, ‘Don’t let this person leave my side,’ and they put you inside of an elevator and take all your friends away from you? That was the scariest moment of my life,” Kanye told iHeartRadio in May. “I thought I was going to get killed. My wife wasn’t in town, so I told [my friends], ‘Don’t leave my side until my wife gets here.’ And they have this moment where they’re forced to leave your side, and that has to change … I can’t express to you how traumatizing that moment is, and then you wake up drugged the f—k out.”

Kim Kardashian had motivational speaker Tony Robbins on speed dial and asked him to please come try to talk to her husband.

Oprah Winfrey Googled herself for the first time: ‘I am so impressed’

The 64-year-old media mogul has worked hard for her career and isn’t afraid to reap the benefits of her success. Speaking with British Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, the global powerhouse gets real about staying true to herself, what she would be doing if she wasn’t famous and what she thought after she Googled herself for the first time.

“The beauty of my life is that from 32, 33 on, I figured out how to be myself completely on television and all these years I have made a fortune being myself,” Winfrey, who covers the August issue of the magazine, proudly states in a video posted Thursday. “So I’m never not me. I’m never not the person that you see. There are days when I’m more open and warm than others.”

I just have the most amazing life,” she expresses. “I Googled myself the other day for the first time, I am so impressed with myself! This is what I didn’t know. I was the first African American self-made billionaire, donated more to charity in the 20th century than any other African American. This is really good.”

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