The singer-songwriter already has several Grammy Awards under her belt and an Academy Award for best original song;
all she needs is a Tony Award to complete the elusive EGOT. It is a title awarded to performers who have taken home an Emmy, an Oscar, or a Tony.
Oprah Winfrey was included in a brand-new sit-down interview for the programme, which aired last November.
Her "first televised wide-ranging talk" about her new album "30," the story behind the songs,
life after divorce, weight reduction, and parenting her son, were among the topics that were included in the press release.
She said to Winfrey about divorce and families, "I was just so disappointed for my son.
I felt so sorry for myself because I believed I would be the one to cease constantly doing those horrible patterns.