When his unfavourable review of Vincent Gallo’s The Brown Bunny prompted Gallo to call him a “fat pig”, Ebert adapted a famous Winston Churchill riposte, stating, “I will one day be thin but Vincent Gallo will always be the director of The Brown Bunny.”Ebert was also a prolific lecturer and he wrote numerous books, essays and articles.Since 2002 he had been battling thyroid cancer, learning to speak with a voice machine and appearing on television with a prosthetic jaw.OK, as far as I know Roger Ebert never even had a first date with Oprah."Roger Ebert Critiques His Second Date With Oprah Winfrey" is the title of one of the "dramatic fictions" in Michael Czyzniejewski's new book, , published by local press Curbside Splendor.Considering how well the first date went, sitting, talking, eating, why wouldn't I go back to the same plan, what each of us did so well? You can't talk at a movie—I'd sooner die than break that rule—so I chose the one place we couldn't converse, where I couldn't let my best attributes come to light. I took her to a sneak preview, which I thought would impress her, and truthfully, I think it did.
All of these years I have maintained a discreet silence about my role as Oprah's adviser, but now that she has spilled the beans, the time is right to tell the whole story.
But the talk show queen says she has come to the conclusion that such a union is just not for her.
When asked if she would leave earth as a “never-married” woman, Oprah made her feelings very clear. “Yeah, I think that’s my final answer.” Tina exchanged vows with German music producer Erwin Bach at Lake Zurich, Switzerland.
Oprah Winfrey has revealed why she will never, ever marry her longtime partner Stedman — despite Tina Turner demanding she walk down the aisle.
Oprah and Tina have been friends for years, with Oprah attending the singer’s wedding back in July.