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Iyanla Vanzant and Oprah Crack Up Over Vanzant's Shabby Clothes (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Feb 23rd 2011 8:40PM
Iyanla Vanzant on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show'A week ago, Oprah Winfrey and Iyanla Vanzant playfully butted heads over Vanzant's departure from the show in 1999. This week, there was more laughter as Vanzant, Winfrey's former relationship expert, was back on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (weekdays, syndicated) to talk a bit more about her own life.

The conversation turned to Vanzant's shortcomings in managing her money, and a pre-taped clip drove the point home. "I didn't really have a clear understanding of the value of money," said Vanzant in the clip, "other than: You need it, you get it, you spend it."

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Iyanla Vanzant and Oprah Rehash Eleven Year Feud (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Feb 16th 2011 6:10PM
Iyanla Vanzant and Oprah Winfrey discuss an old feud on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' Iyanla Vanzant was Oprah Winfrey's relationship expert in the 90s before the two had a falling out. Iyanla went on to lauch her own show, but it never quite took off. The two revisited their feud on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (Weekdays, Syndicated).

Oprah said she felt like Vanzant tried to strong-arm her into backing her show by saying she had another offer on the table. Vanzant pleaded ignorance and said she had no idea that was the way she was presenting herself. "I did lectures, workshops, class, public speaking -- but don't know, didn't know doodly about television."

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Please restart Starting Over - VIDEO

by Eliot Glazer, posted Dec 22nd 2008 11:22AM
starting overRare is the episode of reality television that ends without a character seen having shed tears, made a vigilant declaration, or used pop psychological jargon lifted straight from the self-help section (see "I'm a very sexual person," "We share an energy," and "There's more to me than people might think").

For me, that phony vernacular of new age buzzwords that culminate in testimonials of poorly-worded self-expression are simultaneously the best and worst elements of a reality show. Naturally, that's what made Starting Over one of the few reality shows I could not only tolerate, but adore.

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