Now that Oprah Winfrey has a TV network all to herself, too perfectly called OWN, she's decided that she needs to share the wealth, and along with producer Mark Burnett, is launching a reality competition called Your Own Show: Oprah's Search for the Next TV Star!
"The landscape and acceptance of ordinary people on television is widely accepted … Much in the way 'American Idol' finds unknown people (to be recording stars) there's no reason we can't find someone who deserves their own show. Try to be authentically yourself. Show energy. Donald Trump gave me the greatest advice with 'The Apprentice': Find people with the greatest energy source … you'll be hard-pressed to show me someone who has their own show on TV who is not energetic and who has charisma."
Sounds pretty inneresting. We wonder if it will take off!
In a newly-released interview with The Advocate, the online personality stressed that the cops should have taken his word for it, saying:
"I think if somebody is a victim of a crime, that person should be given the benefit of the doubt and believed. Just because there are no physical markings on my face other than the broken teeth, that doesn't mean I wasn't assaulted, and that is why the police think I wasn't assaulted."
The UK native went on to say that the way the cops slapped him with charges for vandalism and filing a false police report isn't fair, considering he says he's the victim in this incident:
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video