Oprah Winfrey Channels Diana Ross For O Magazine

Oprah Winfrey is a legend amongst men.

The former talk show host is simply a vision, as she transforms her look in a series of stunning images.

The incredible photos were taken for the February issue of O Magazine.

The 63-year-old – who is being tipped for a presidential run in 2020 thanks to her powerful Golden Globes speech on Sunday – muses about what defines her in the issue which focuses on identity.

Oprah Winfrey Channels Diana Ross For O Magazine

‘Getting in touch with my inner Diana Ross,’ the media mogul says in a behind-the-scenes video for the shoot.

Winfrey is seen in an alluring gold gown while showing off her wild curly mane – just like Ross.

Oprah Winfrey Channels Diana Ross For O Magazine

The looks were created by stylist Nicole Mangrum using a variety of wigs and hairpieces.

In another image Winfrey is seen in a figure-hugging navy dress, rocking pink and purple pony tail.

Oprah Winfrey Channels Diana Ross For O Magazine

‘The fact that I’m now turning to pink means the world is changing.’ Opraj said.

For her last look, Oprah wore a sassy shaggy short do. ‘I haven’t had bangs since 1992!’ The TV personality laughed.

The February issue is all about identity as Winfrey explains how she defines herself: ‘Someone who is really grounded in the essence of my own spirituality and trying to connect that with my humanity every day.’

She also told the publication: ‘What defines me determines how far I see myself growing and the boundaries I won’t cross in order to get there.’

‘What defines me is answering the call to Truth—capital T—in every moment.’

Oprah Winfrey Channels Diana Ross For O Magazine

‘I actively work to make sure everything I do, say, promote, or involve myself in comes from a place of resonance and appreciation.’

‘All my personal and business endeavors have to be in alignment with what’s authentically me.’

It comes as President Donald Trump responded to talk of Winfrey making a run for office in 2020 saying he’d ‘beat her’ if they went up against each other.

He told reporters at the White House: ‘Oprah would be a lot of fun. I know her very well. I did one of her last shows … I like Oprah,’

Written by Christine Haveford

Christine loves all things cinema, and she's been that way ever since she was a little girl. In fact, she is so passionate about cinema that she decided to pursue cinematography as a full-time career, and is now pursuing film studies at the New York Film School. Originally from Florida, she is still exploring the new city, people, places, and the culture, loves the new weather, going ice skating during winters, and spending time with her fellow classmates and friends from college.

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