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O Magazine Sales Tank!

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Bad news for Oprah Winfrey.

According to the the latest report from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, O magazine sales dropped from 608,212 copies to 413,363 copies compared to the same period last year. For all you non-math whizzes that's 32%.

The magazine's total circulation also saw a 5% drop, bringing the total to only 2,380,782.

Hearst Corporation president David Carey explains:

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Emmy Rossum's All About The Tux For The Holidays

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Emmy Rossum scored a nice little feature in O magazine's "Favorite Things" issue.

In her 8 page spread, the Shameless star shows off all the different ways you can wear a tux this holiday season.

Very cute!

[Images courtesy of O.]

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Rosie Gets Honest! Opens Up About Anger Issues And Divorce

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Rosie's back and she's more honest than ever.

In the October issue of O magazine, not only did Ro open up about working on her new show for OWN, admitting that it's the first time she's been "excited" for something in a long time, but she also spoke honestly about getting over her anger issues and the downfall of her marriage with Kelli Carpenter. She revealed:

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Rosie Graces The Cover Of O With Mz. O!

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O and Ro together at last!

It's a rarity for Oprah to share her magazine cover with someone else. But this time, O shared the spotlight with Rosie O'Donnell for her the cover of O's new October issue.

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J.Lo Shows Off Her Kohl's Collection In O

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Oprah Winfrey has scored the first look at Jennifer Lopez's debut collection at Kohl's.

In the September issue of O, the Oprah Magazine, Jenny and seven readers were styled in different pieces from the Jennifer Lopez Collection.

We like how they used real women wearing the clothes to appeal to Kohl's target audience. Smart move.

Are you listening Ann Taylor!?

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Grab Some Kleenex! O Magazine Releasing Special Collector’s Edition To Celebrate The Oprah Winfrey Show

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And you'll want to keep those tissues handy so you won't get the pages of your bookazine wet!

O Magazine will be releasing a commemorative edition of the magazine on June 28th to celebrate Oprah Winfrey's 25 years as a talk show host and saint humanitarian. Oprah’s Farewell Celebration: Inside 25 Extraordinary Years of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” will feature everything from memories from the crew to words of wisdom from The Big O herself to photos of memorable guests and more.

If you're a fan of Oprah, this will be a must have!

Other issue HIGHlights include:

* Oprah’s selection of her 25 most unforgettable show moments, from give-aways and adventures to stories of courage and generosity.

* Interviews with Oprah’s Ultimate Viewers who were inspired to change their lives, and the lives of others, for the better.

* The founding team of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” reveals never-before-heard stories on the show’s launch and their most treasured moments with Oprah.

* A peek into Oprah’s private diary, with an entry written exactly eight hours before the show’s live national debut on September 8, 1986.

* Oprah’s reflections on a quarter-century of hair and fashion hits and misses, with details on her prep process from the dressing room to the stage.

* Oprah’s Farewell Message to viewers.

Bet that last one's going to be a real tear-jerker. Better get two boxes of Kleenex!

[Image via WENN.]

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Oprah Reminisces During Upcoming Issue Of O Magazine

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So bittersweet!

During the upcoming June issue of O Magazine (above), Oprah speaks on a bunch of emotional subjects, and reminisces about the early years of her show.

Oprah on her show's first years:

"The first few years when the staff was still less than 12 people, I used to hang out with them because we were doing live shows, and we’d be done by 10 a.m. We had four people in four chairs, and that was it. Those were the days where I’d be the one taking the lunch order. I would walk around asking, ‘Okay, is it gonna be Taco Bell today, or are we doing Wendy’s?’ And then we’d go out and party at night."

On nostalgic keepsakes from the show:

"The one thing I’ll take is the statue of Sojourner Truth that Jamie Foxx gave me for my birthday last year…Even in my youth, she was the historical figure I most identified with. Because even though she was born a slave, she was able to speak. She could communicate with people from all different backgrounds. She could speak to the most disenfranchised groups, and she could also speak to Congress. She was invited to the White House by Lincoln. Jamie didn’t know that I’d been reciting her “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech my whole life, or that when I die, I want to go out like a comet in the sky, which is something she said about her own life. But he gave me that statue, and it will come with me when I go."

Oprah on NOT having regrets:

"I don’t regret having talked about my life. The show has been my therapy…I’ve never had a day’s therapy, but I’ve had many days of listening to really excellent therapists, starting with Dr. Phil, who is beyond excellent at what he does."

And Oprah on her final farewell:

"I genuinely feel appreciated and loved by this audience that has grown up with me. Which, for me, is a huge, huge, huge accomplishment. Because I grew up feeling the opposite of that. Feeling a void, as a little girl, feeling that really nobody loved me. So to be surrounded by this, that is what I’m going to feel. And when you see the tears on the last show, that’s what those tears will be about. Those tears will not be about sadness."

So nice of Oprah to share! We're liking what she has to say, and as much as we'll miss her show, we support her and we know she's making the right move for herself.

What do U think about Oprah's comments from her magazine?

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