Kinda-Sorta didn't want to write about this but here it is:
Kitty Kelley's unauthorized biography of Oprah Winfrey, "Oprah: A Biography", has spurred the queen of daytime TV to publish her own account of her life and set the record straight. The long-awaited book has already been written, but had been put on the back-burner by Oprah on the advice of friends and family. According to the National Enquirer, the blockbuster autobiography will expose all of her deepest, darkest secrets, including the gay rumors that have surrounded her longtime romance with Stedman Graham and intimate friendship with Gayle King.
According to a source familiar with the content of Oprah's book, the media mogul will also confess to having spent more than $5 million in her never-ending quest to control her weight. But the biggest bombshell in the book has to do with the agony Oprah has endured over the years which began when she started dating Stedman in 1986. Sources say:
"Oprah has long shrugged off the persistent story that she and Gayle are lovers, and that Stedman was just a cover for their secret relationship."
The book was written years ago, but now she's ready to release it to lessen the impact of Kelley's unauthorized book. Kelley interviewed more than 850 people, including former loyal friends of Oprah, for the 544-page tell-all book. One can imagine that once Oprah releases her own book, there will be few looking to buy Kelley's account.