[WATCH] Oprah Tells Lindsay Lohan To Cut the Bullsh*t +Next Chapter Gets New Name: Oprah’s Prime

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This is what straight talk sounds like, coming from Oprah Winfrey. A trailer for OWN’s documentary on Lindsay Lohan (titled Lindsay) has been released, giving fans an inside look into the actress’ journey to pull her life together. In the two-minute clip, trouble brews with the crew and Lindsay as she doesn’t seem to be cooperating. But not to fret, Oprah has a no nonsense conversation with her, while the cameras are rolling. With a bit of tough love and a bit of, ‘not on my dime’ type of tone, she tells Lindsay:

My truth is, that I really want you to win. I really do. If that isn’t what you want, I’m okay with that.  You know, I will tell these guys to pack up and leave today.

After Lindsay tells her she wants to continue this journey, Oprah responds:

You need to cut the bullsh*t. You really do.

Watch the clip.
The show is set to premiere on Sunday March 9th at 10 PM ET/PT

In similar news, Oprah’s popular show, Next Chapter, is getting a slight face-lift.

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The show’s title is now, Oprah Prime.  Sheri Salata, president, OWN, shared in a press release:

When Oprah’s Next Chapter launched two years ago, it gave Oprah the platform to explore the world in a fresh and meaningful way. As the show has evolved into more topical conversations with newsmakers and celebrities, Oprah Prime provides a wider lens for Oprah to intimately explore topics that matter and the public figures who are making a difference, as only she can.

The show will:

will take an in-depth look at some of the most important issues facing us today, as well as headline-making current events through compelling interviews and thoughtful discussions with newsmakers, celebrities, luminaries, and real-life families.

Oprah’s first interview, on the new ‘Oprah Prime’, is with Russell Brand. He will share his personal thoughts on addiction, his hope for a more compassionate perception of those struggling with drug addiction, and how the recent passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman has caused him to reflect on his own sobriety. The show airs Sunday, March 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN.  

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