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Famous or not, many have graced the stage of The Oprah Winfrey Show to chat with the legendary talk-show host. Now in all-new episodes of Where Are They Now? Viewers will get the chance to find out what happened to some of the popular guests after they left the Oprah stage.

The first episode of September features returning guest Rick Springfield who was on top of the world with his role in General Hospital and the hit single Jessie's Girl.

In this episode, he talks about his marriage, his lifelong battle with depression and his attempted suicide. Then, the outspoken Jill Zarin shares why she thinks she was fired from Real Housewives of New York City in 2011. Plus, André Leon Talley explains why he left his prominent position at Vogue after three decades to become the editor-at-large of a Russian publication.

Also returning is Terry Fator who went from working as a janitor to signing a $100 million contract in Las Vegas after he won America's Got Talent. Terry opens up about his divorce and his new wife, a woman 23 years younger than him.

The Village People on Where Are They Now

Then, catch the real story behind The Village People. The disco icons sit down to talk about their journey, from the creation of the YMCA dance to their latest single, Let's Go Back to the Dance Floor. Don’t miss the premiere of Where Are They Now: Rick Springfield, Jill Zarin, Terry Fator and The Village People on Sunday, 6 September at 20:00.

The next new episode, Where Are They Now: Lisa Maries Presley, Jane Seymour and Adam Ant premieres on Sunday, 13 September at 20:00. Watch as Lisa Marie Presley shares what Elvis might have thought of her today. Then, Jane Seymour talks about falling for her co-star and takes us inside her Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman closet. Plus, Adam Ant talks candidly about his childhood connection to Sir Paul McCartney.

In Where Are They Now: Jaclyn Smith, Sheila E and Louie Anderson, Oprah catches up with actress Jaclyn Smith who attained fame as one of the original stars of the hit 70’s TV show Charlie's Angels. In this episode, she shares details about her latest business venture and opens up about her long friendship with former co-star Farrah Fawcett.

Then, Grammy-nominated percussionist Sheila E. was one of the biggest pop stars of the 80’s. Now, she visits the rough Oakland, California, neighbourhood where she grew up and shares a revealing account of her relationship with Prince.

Beloved comedian Louie Anderson also talks about his Las Vegas shows and how his weight is not just the subject of his jokes but something that spurs his new mission to get fit. Cheli Porter, the woman whose ex-husband shot and killed their three sons and himself returns 17 years after the tragedy to share news of her life today. Plus, see Oprah Show updates with the two violent teenagers who spent years in a juvenile home. How are they faring more than a decade later? Don’t miss Where Are They Now? on Sunday, 20 September at 20:00 to find out.                                                                    

September programming also includes Oprah’s one-on-one interview with La Toya Jackson about her recent engagement, the Jackson dynasty and her relationship with her brother and Michael's children. Then, Olympic figure skating champion Scott Hamilton, a cancer survivor and married father of two, shares how his mother's death ultimately became the driving force behind his rise to the top of competitive skating. He also opens up about what inspired him to create the Scott Hamilton CARES initiative.

Later, follow up with Kim Goldman, who lost her brother, Ron, 20 years ago in the same savage attack that took Nicole Brown Simpson's life. Kim reflects on the O.J Simpson trial, the note she sent him in prison and how she pays tribute to Ron and Nicole's memory.

Plus, more Oprah Show updates with Monica Jorge, the warrior mom who lost both arms and legs to a rare flesh-eating disease, and Sam Bacote, named America's most romantic man 10 years ago. Watch Where Are They now: Latoya Jackson, Olympian Scott Hamilton and Kim Goldman on Sunday, 27 September at 20:00.

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