For many years, Oprah Winfrey was dubbed the “Queen of Daytime TV,” with millions tuning in to see her talk show. These days, Winfrey has a different focus. She’s been out and about promoting her newest project, “Belief,” a seven-part series set to air on her OWN network that explores the world’s faiths and the desire for a spiritual connection.
On Thursday night, she visited “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” wearing a black velvet off-the-shoulder dress and black Valentino Rockstud pumps. Winfrey arrived at the studio wearing chic beige suede booties, with close friend Gayle King.
During the show, Winfrey explained to Colbert that she decided to create “Belief” after going through challenges and struggles as she built her network from scratch in 2011. “I wanted to create something that spoke to the spirit of us all,” she said.
After filming with Colbert, Winfrey wore the same ensemble to a screening of her series at the United Nations.
Winfrey was also honored at Variety’s Power of Women luncheon in Los Angeles last week. She joined Salma Hayek, Anna Kendrick, Gwyneth Paltrow and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki in being applauded for leading by example and using their platforms and influence to bring attention to worthy causes.