Alicia Keys Among Upcoming Guests on New Season of OPRAH'S MASTER CLASS
The acclaimed series "Oprah's Master Class" featuring an unprecedented first-person insight into the brilliant minds of entertainers we love, respect and admire, returns with all-new episodes Sunday, March 3 (10-11 p.m. ET/PT) on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
Sunday nights in March at 10 p.m. ET/PT, a new modern day master will share their inspiring stories including Alicia Keys (March 3), Cindy Crawford (March 10), Tom Brokaw (March 17) and Stevie Nicks (March 24).
Sunday, March 3 - ALICIA KEYS
Raised by a single mother in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of New York City, multi Grammy Award-winning artist Alicia Keys talks about the trajectory of her life; getting bitten by the singing bug, following her passion, being a wife to her husband, Swizz Beatz, a mother to her son Egypt and letting go of the anger she had towards her father.
Sunday, March 10 - CINDY CRAWFORD
After losing her brother to leukemia, supermodel/entrepreneur Cindy Crawford learned to find the power in pain. She talks candidly about what her ex-husband Richard Gere taught her, the perfect storm of events that resulted in her rise to becoming one of the world's top models, how she really feels about aging and her best friend and husband, Rande Gerber.
Sunday, March 17 - TOM BROKAW
Legendary journalist Tom Brokaw talks intimately about dropping out of college, the major stories he has covered in his career, the challenges he and his fellow journalists faced on 9/11, competing with respect and taking risks.
Sunday, March 24 - STEVIE NICKS
Singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks discusses her mother's recent passing, her bold approach that led to a legendary musical partnership with Lindsey Buckingham, her band Fleetwood Mac, her decision to forgo marriage to pursue her music, the mistakes she has made including marrying her friend's husband, her challenges with drugs and getting clean.
Later episodes this spring will feature Lenny Kravitz, Diahann Carroll, Susan Sarandon and Berry Gordy.