Posted on February 10th, 2009 by HisHighness in IUC:Entertainment, IUC:Exclusive, IUC:Gay

My readers might have noticed that a prominent photo was removed from the list last night at midnight.

IUC has learned that Oprah is seriously contemplating taking a page from her former talk show rival, Rosie O’Donnell, and finally coming out as a lesbian shortly after she gives up her talk show.
During my undercover investigation posing as a gay actor in Hollywood a couple of years ago,  the most frequently cited closet case by those in the know did not reside in Los Angeles but in Chicago, none other than the queen of daytime television.

“Get real,” dished a prominent Hollywood poker playing group of industry pros who call themselves the ‘Queers of the Round Table.’ “Only those in the fly over states still believe Oprah is straight.”

The supposed subject of her Sapphic affection, of course, is Gayle King, her BFF who has been joined at Oprah’s hip and apparently other parts of her anatomy since 1976 when they worked together at a Baltimore TV station.  King later married and divorced a lawyer and had two children, for whom Oprah is the godmother. Oprah has never married.

When rumors about the couple’s special relationship began to surface in the early 90’s, Oprah suddenly announced that she was “engaged” to a businessman named Stedman Graham, better known as the most famous beard since Santa’s. When they failed to marry, Oprah explained that they had decided to have a “spiritual union” instead. Occasionally she trots Stedman out on the red carpet with her, but numerous insiders have told me that they are definitely NOT a couple.

 Both Oprah and Gayle denied being lesbian lovers a few years ago, sort of. In an interview with Oprah’s O Magazine, Gayle said, “The truth is, if we were gay, we would so tell you, because there’s nothing wrong with being gay.” Oprah’s comment was a similar non-denial denial: “I’ve told nearly everything there is to tell. All my stuff is out there. People think I’d be so ashamed of being gay that I wouldn’t admit it? Oh, please. “  Gayle did admit, “If Oprah were a man, I would marry her.” Tellingly, the denials prompted Rosie O’Donnell herself to speculate that the couple were probably lesbians even if they’re “not doing it,” saying that she thought Oprah and Gayle were “a little bit gay.”

I have been trying to track down the gay rumors about Gayle and Oprah for ages and, although I have never seen them in bed together or interviewed somebody who claims to have had sex with either one of them,  I am now told by someone close to her production company that Oprah feels it important to come clean about her relationship “when the time is right,”  and that Oprah herself has speculated that she will follow Rosie’s path of waiting until shortly after her talk show ends. “Look for her to go on Barbara Walters a week or two after her show is off the air,” she says. The insider told me that those at Harpo who know the truth are unconcerned because they don’t think her admission would have a negative impact on her ratings. “The sticking point is the black community, particularly black women,” she explains. “Oprah is very proud to be a role model for black women, but she knows how homophobic and Christian the community is, and she worries that the truth would alienate her from her sisters.”

When I met her in New York a couple years ago, Oprah struck me as a genuine and sincere person. She showed particular affection to my daughter and was nothing but gracious. While I can respect her reasons for remaining in the closet, I also know the immeasurable impact she could have on homophobic middle America by coming out. Please don’t wait, Oprah. You’re a big enough role model that your admission could do more to break down the barriers of intolerance than perhaps any other celebrity on earth.


Important Update:  A Caucasian woman contacted IUC today, claiming she’s had a 16-year affair with Oprah.  Her story seems solid.  I’m attempting to get Oprah’s side of the story.  Until then, I won’t reveal more.


  1. Chris said on February 10th, 2009 at 11:23 am

    It’s about time!

  2. section9 said on February 10th, 2009 at 11:36 am

    And now you see the problems Rice had. If OPRAH can’t come out because of the deeply held homophobia of the black community, you can see why Rice had to remain closeted. Oprah Winfrey could do a huge service for the closeted black GLBT community by simply putting her courage to the sticking point and coming out now.

    Oprah, for God’s sake! Even she understood the deeply held hostility to gays and lesbians in the black community. Now do you folks see why Prop 8 passed, even as Obama swept the black community?

  3. section9 said on February 10th, 2009 at 11:38 am

    By the way, Ian, you continue to be the best Hollywood blog. You have one peer, Ted C..

    Perez is your bitch. Period.

  4. Keane said on February 10th, 2009 at 12:01 pm

    Oprah remaining in the closet all this time has done untold damage to gay rights. I guess she thought her success as a black woman was more important than her success as a gay woman? It makes me very angry that even someone as unbelievably wealthy and powerful as Oprah is does not have the courage to stop living a lie. After all this time and all she has achieved she still isn’t secure enough to admit who she is? Is being gay really such a dreadful thing to admit??? For the first time in my life I’ve really understood lately what the concept of gay “pride” is. Being gay is not something anyone should be ashamed of for God’s sake like they’ve killed someone or something! I am proud and happy to be gay and everyone else in the world should be able to be too, including Oprah. It makes me extremely angry that someone in her position of power, privilege and wealth did not come out a very long time ago.

  5. Kate said on February 10th, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    I think what you guys fail to realize is that the black community is homophobic because many are very faith based. Gospel. Simple as that. It would not matter is 100 Oprah’s and Condi’s came out, you can not overcome or change how one believes about their religion. You go interview a section of Black America, mainstream women and ask them about their sex lives, and you will find, they live their lives with out any sex other than vaginal intercourse and maybe oral sex. I keep hearing this over and over, that if this person comes out it is going to change the homophobia, No it is not. It will make it easier for those who are not homophobic, that is it. Don’t make the mistake that our blind foes in Gaza make, you can not make people believe what you want them to believe. It is not just Christians,there is a huge Muslim population, and if anyone thinks they are EVER going to get them to accept homosexualilty they may as well start digging their own grave. The faith systems in the US compared to some around the world are some of the most lenient. We do not shoot, stone,or hang our loved ones for having sexual relations of any kind. It is easy to get caught up in the cause and forget that not everyone feels the way we do, because the majority of this country does not, and for many it is based on their faith. You can not change that .

    Oprah is going to come after you Ian, lol, although this is as out there as Hillary and her girl. I disagree about one thing, she will lose her audience if she comes out while she is still on. Even he behavior of supporting Obama she lost fans. When she denounced traditional Christianity she lost fans and angered them. She may gain a gay fan base, but middle America will say good-bye. Ellen was upfront, Oprah lied.She pretended to be someone she was not. Condi, otoh would do much better. She is brilliant.

  6. Kate said on February 10th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    Keane you live in the UK yes, it is very different in the US, and for Black America even more so. Not fair to judge her like that really. Look where she came from.

  7. Keane said on February 10th, 2009 at 12:08 pm

    Homophobia within black communities makes me more angry than homophobia within white communities actually. I have never understood how a race of people who experienced enslavement, segregation and being made into second class citizens by people simply because of their skin colour could themselves practice prejudice against another group of people due to an accident of their biology. Religion is no excuse or justification for prejudice and I refuse to accept the argument that because someone is Christian they are entitled to “their opinion”. Oprah should and must set the tone for gay and black women in the world. She must come out of the closet.

  8. Keane said on February 10th, 2009 at 12:18 pm

    Kate I’m an Atheist and so are a lot of people in the world. I have absolutely no intention of allowing the fact that people believe in a story that was made up by a human being thousands of years ago and with absolutely no evidence to base it on, control or determine my own life and that of millions of others. And BTW, if you are referring to Hamas by “our foes in Gaza” then you need to rephrase that statement. Hamas may be you foe but they are not ncessarily mine or everyone else’s in the west. I strongly oppose Israel’s neo-colonialist policies in the Middle East and believe Palestianians have a right to be outraged by its heavy-handed military tactics. But back to the issue in hand, no person of any religion has a right to determine another’s life simply because of their faith, particularly when the person they seek to control believes their faith system is merely fairy stories.

  9. section9 said on February 10th, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Ian as a reporter and other posters here, and members of the gay and lesbian community need to understand something about Oprah especially. She is a master of media relations. She is absolutely untouchable, both politically and within the news media. Not even Obama would think to fuck with her. She is absolutely the most powerful single individual in the entertainment industry, with the possible exceptions of Geffen, Spielberg, and Sumner Redstone, who owns, iirc, the majority interest in Viacom.

    So she has been able to employ highly sophisticated polling firms to extensively poll-test and focus group this very question! Do not think that polling on this hasn’t been going on for some time, which is why Oprah is still in the closet.

    Winfrey runs a vast entertainment empire, and there a lots of people who are dependent on her remaining at the top of her game. Middle America, especially White Middle America identifies with Oprah in a way that it can’t or won’t with Ellen. That’s not fair, that’s not right, but that just is what it is. Oprah is like your neighbor across town who is magically someone else, and anything (such as lesbianism, for example) that might break that spell would be bad mojo for her show and her entertainment empire and those invested in it. After the show goes dark, that is something else. But now, she has Nielsen ratings to attend to.

    Yes, it would be great for gay rights for Oprah to come out and take a stand. But Oprah’s people have poll tested this and have, apparently, gotten a fairly negative reaction. Don’t expect her to come out as long as she’s got a show on the air.

  10. Kate said on February 10th, 2009 at 1:00 pm


    I understand that Keane, and I was not expressing my opinion, but that of many Black Americans in this country. I was trying to explain how they feel, what they base it on. This is the reality of what is going on . I hear many say the same that you just stated as a personal view, but my personal view,or yours, or anyone elses that supports this cause has no affect at all on people that do no believe the same. People that do believe and support their faith, where it be Muslim, Mormon, Christian. Scientology, Buddhist, etc, are very steadfast and just because Oprah comes out, they are not going to change their mind. They are not going to suddenly throw out their Book of Mormon, know what I mean? There may be many that ate atheist, but not in the United States. The majority in this country that are polled are not. That was my point, you can not change what a person believes. I can not make a person who believes that we should all believe as Muslin change their mind, anymore than they could convert you. Do you see what I am getting at. My point is, the Black Americans are homophobic in this country, much more so that other races. I understand your anger, but why they feel that way is based in their faith and that is a fact , at least here in the US. Not all are Christian, may are Muslim brothers, and they have incredibly strong views on this. It is what it is. They believe what they believe, and unfortunately that is bred in our prison system.

    P.S. I was not referring to a political situation but a religious one by foe. The terrorists that send constant threat to your country and mind have repeatedly said until all convert , all shall die.

  11. Keane said on February 10th, 2009 at 1:42 pm

    Kate that’s cool I understand what you were saying but I don’t believe that religion should have such power in the world. Religion should be confined to your personal relationship with the god of your choice alone and have absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with how anyone else lives their life. I know how many muslims feel towards homosexuality so I don’t expect them to ever be my BFFs but I disagree with a lot of the social customs attached to Islam anyway (i.e. treatment of women) so I feel its not worth considering them too much. Fortunately they don’t have too much influence over western thinking yet so I’m not too bothered about them. A lot of muslims hate the west anyway so they most certainly aren’t going to love gay female me! But Christianity has been responsible for the repression of homosexuality for many thousands of years and it is exactly what gay people have to stand up against. If I was in a postion where I was in front of camera (I’m not, I’m behind and intend to stay that way!) then I would not put my career and personal wealth come before my personal beliefs. So many broadcasters/actors/singers deny their sexuality for the sake of their career, (have you heard of a presenter called Cat Deeley in the states yet – she’s a case in point) and its wrong. Gay people should have the same rights and the same freedoms as straight people but they don’t and this should be more important to people than their career. Oprah does not seem like a shallow individual and I am amazed she doesn’t recognise that it is as important to have a gay woman heading up the entertainment industry as it is a black man heading up the white house.

  12. Chris said on February 10th, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    I’m glad you mentioned Buddhist in your list of homophobic religions, Kate. There’s a myth that Buddhists are somehow more enlightened because that’s the philosophy they preach. And many Buddhists are. But the fact is that the way the religion is practised in Buddhist countries is virulently homophobic and misogynistic. Just look at the comments the Dalai Lama made about homosexuality until his biggest groupie Richard Gere, himself one of Hollywood’s most closeted actors, asked him to moderate his stance and he backtracked slightly.

  13. Kate said on February 10th, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    Exactly Chris, and Keane, you know what, I have a cousin, she is a lesbian in LA, she is with another attorney, they have twins, IVF, from Sweden, beautiful kids, and they take their kids to church every Sunday, Sunday school too, their are gay friendly Christian churches. Oprah claims to be a Christian, although her views are non traditional, but she still vows her beliefs. At the same time, I have two friends in the entertainment field, brothers, both gay, atheist, hate God, and feel exactly as you, because they feel judged. I have many gay friends that are Quaker. yeah how bout that? And Buddist, and yet it is as Chris states. I have a very good attorney friend who is gay that is a devout Mormon, how so, beats me, but he is , will not drink coffee. I do understand how you feel, everyone should be treated equal, all the time, always, no matter what their race, sexual orientation is, age, etc. I have deal with discrimination for other reasons. I also understand though why Oprah can not come out right now, for the reasons Section stated. She does have contracts. I don’t have as big a problem with her or Condi or Hillary, or Anderson, or Leo, George C, they just live their life. They do not really court attention. They just live their life privately, everyone knows they are gay or bi. There is no rule that people have to come out. It should be a private decision. BUT when it is in your face, and a person is marketing themself as one thing, and being a fraud to their fans that is entirely different. It is not about movies, revenue when you go to such great lengths to stage tabloid covers and little stories. Anderson Cooper does not do that. But already we are seeing damage control from various A list stars that were accused of being bi on here just a week ago. They are in our face all the time, using whatever means they can. Tom Cruise does it, and very well. Brad Pitt does it, not so well, he is incredibly obvious. Some just ignore it, and they I actually have more respect for.

    When it gets right down to it, just how much money do these stars need, they have made millions, and many are past their matinee idol love scene prime anyway. May as well cut the crap. I do understand though that they may not want their little children finding out in the tabloids, that they may want to be the one to explain that to them.

  14. Keane said on February 10th, 2009 at 3:31 pm

    Yeah exactly there are loads of gay and non-homophobic Christians. We also have gay ministers in the UK, I guess we are just much less conervative than the states. Having said that there is still opposition from other sections of the church, but in general, religion just ain’t that powerful here thank God (ha ha!). Its true what they say that you can’t get elected in the US without God and you can’t get elected in the UK with Him (or you have to play it down). I’m just not accepting any excuses for Oprah though, isn’t she worth like bllions? She could quit her show tomorrow and never need to work again (fof several lifetimes!). She has been lying to her audience for decades and that is wrong. She needs to have the courage of her convictions and be honest. Is she really that addicted to power that she can’t give it up?

  15. section9 said on February 10th, 2009 at 4:02 pm

    The problem for closet cases in the Hollywood community has come with the advent of Prop 8. The squalid alliance of the Romneybots in the Republican party, the Hispanic Community, and the black community has led to a tipping point that has produced a backlash wave against prominent closet cases in Hollywood.

    My brother, for example, is a prominent, and very out, news editor who lives in the Hollywood Hills with his husband. They were very active in the campaign against 8 and my brother wrote about his experiences. Naturally, they were deeply shocked when vast reaches of the Obama Coalition voted for 8. So was I, and I was in Florida expecting my candidate, McCain, to lose nationwide, but Prop 8 to go down to defeat in California.

    The absolute shock of the gay and lesbian community was soon replaced by anger, hideously inept small scale demonstrations, and soon the conviction that more people should have spoke up, and proudly so. My brother’s marriage was declared null and void (at least in the opinion of many) by a majority of the voters of the state of California and that decision was enshrined in the State Constitution.

    Why didn’t some prominent closet cases speak up for those who were out? This was a matter of people’s right to live as they please, with no harm to others, being preserved.

    But there were careers to be preserved, and agencies’ percentages to be saved. So Hollywood remained silent. Gays and Lesbians now have no reason to remain silent about prominent closet cases in the movie industry after they remained silent while discrimination triumphed. That’s why the movie industry is about to undergo a huge shakeup.

    A lot of people on the A-List are about to be outed by a very, very angry GLBT community, many of whom are bent on leveling the playing field. Angelina isn’t the half of it.

  16. Keane said on February 10th, 2009 at 5:27 pm

    I 100% agree with you. I was outraged by Prop 8 and the fact that Obama’s camp backed it. I did not rejoice in his election one little bit. I’ll say it again, it makes me particularly angry when people who have been discriminated against for one accident of their biology discriminate against others for their’s. I hope all the closeted men and women in HW are outed, but more than that, I want to see Hillary and Condoleeza Rice step up to the plate. They are the ones who officially have the power in the US (although HW is majorly important for opinion-forming) so it needs to start at the top. I almost feel like I need to start working in the public eye to begin this campaign. If nobody else will step up to the plate then I will.

  17. Island Princess said on February 10th, 2009 at 6:49 pm

    So let me get this straight; you have conluded that Oprah is gay because “….I am now told by someone close to her production company that Oprah feels it important to come clean about her relationship.” But your totally disregarding the fact that you yourself “….have been trying to track down the gay rumors about Gayle and Oprah for ages and, although I have never seen them in bed together or interviewed somebody who claims to have had sex with either one of them.” Are you serious? Seems to me like you dont have much. There are things about the black community that you will never understand. You will never understand how black women can be soul mates and not have or desire to have a sexual relationship with one another. I will believe Oprah is gay when I hear the words come from her mouth. I for one am happy that someone like Oprah was able to find a true friend in a world where anything can be bought and sold. She is very lucky to have a Gayle in her life. Just for the record, I’m black, I got to church every Sunday and I did not support Proposition 8.

  18. Name (required) said on February 10th, 2009 at 7:07 pm

    I don’t think Oprah’s gay either. No lipstick lesbian would wear a light-colored, lace bra under a thin, black sweater.

  19. Court said on February 10th, 2009 at 7:54 pm

    This is the BEST gossip site out there. Not only is it scoopy, but the comments on here are so much more thought-provoking and insightful than the standard idiotic vitriol you see on Perez and others. This is a great thread!

  20. Carey said on February 11th, 2009 at 6:10 am

    Hey, Halpie, what a tease you are! “Coming clean” about something doesn’t necessarily mean “coming out”. Wait and see…
    Is this the best gossip site out there? The most whorish, certainly! :-)

  21. Keane said on February 11th, 2009 at 1:27 pm

    Island Princess – seriously this is the problem with most people in the world, they refuse to see what is staring them in the face! Do you think Oprah doesn’t have sex with anyone then? Thats she has no sexual feelings whatsoever and just has a long-term best friend? Its ridiculous, all humans are sexual beings and we all have desires for one sex or the other. You think she’s having sex with Stedman?! Its just so funny that so many people cannot see what is staring them clear in the face. Oprah has never had a relationship with a man, ergo chances are she’s a fucking lesbian! Come on now!

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