How Oprah accomplishes that

In this episode:

  • You can’t hide from Oprah. Page Six learned that the talk show icon once had to call Nobel laureate Tony Morrison at his local fire department.
  • LGBTQ + worker Billy Lee is becoming clear about his “vanderpump rules” experience.
  • And nothing without the Pusha Tea On brand, especially when it comes to naming her baby BrickX.

Take a closer look at some of today’s stories here:

Oprah will find you

Tony Morrison and Oprah Winfrey through the 1998 Life Image Collection

Oprah Winfrey once tracked down Nobel laureate Tony Morrison by calling his local fire department, the filmmaker said behind a new documentary about the famous author.

“Oprah wanted to match a movie with her darling, but she didn’t have Tony’s phone number,” Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the director of “American Masters,” Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, told Page Six. So the only way to follow him was to contact him [Morrison’s] Local fire department.

He also discussed in detail the reaction of the late Pulitzer Prize-winning Nove Panacea, who died last year.

“The best part is, when Tony answered the phone, his initial reaction was not excitement. Tony asked [Oprah], “How did you get my number?”

Billy Lee’s ‘Vanderpump’ is true

Billy’s legacy image

Billy Lee is pulling the curtain on his “Vanderpump Rules” experience – which will leave him in deep despair.

The 36-year-old transgender worker recently told Page Six, “I had a hard time with this show and I had a lot of mental health problems.” “I was in a really bad mood … and when the suicidal thoughts came, I knew I had to really like it, like I had to get my mental health checked and come back and disconnect myself from the whole ‘Vanderpump’ staff.” . “

Baby BrickX

Pusha T and Nigel BrickX Thornton Instagram

On Monday, Pusha announced on Instagram that his wife, Virginia Williams, had given birth to the couple’s first child, Nigel BrickX Thornton.

With the image of the newborn, the 43-year-old rapper added the caption: “Nigel Brixx Thornton-June 112020.”

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