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Oprah Winfrey Sizzles At ‘The Color Purple’ Premiere

The media mogul discussed her fitness journey while speaking to reporters.

Oprah Winfrey is looking like a snack these days.

Last night (Dec. 6), the media mogul attended the premiere of the highly anticipated film, "The Color Purple," for which she serves as executive producer, and O is letting it do what it does! While talking to Entertainment Tonight about her fitness journey, she looked ravishing on the carpet.

When asked what has contributed to her body transformation, she said, "It's not one thing, it's everything."

For the multihyphenate, these results are here to stay.

"I intend to keep it that way," she said of her new body while adding, "I was on that treadmill today." 

At the star-studded event, she donned a violet gown with long sleeves and a split with matching pumps. While hitting a power pose with her hands on her hips, she served face and a billion-dollar glare. 

We see you!

The night's glam was just as striking. O did not come come to play! She donned smokey purple hues on her eyes, rosy cheeks, and a glossy pout. She topped the look off with beautiful curls, diamond drop earrings, and a statement ring.

As of late, purple has been the color of choice while promoting the iconic movie she starred in as Sofia in 1985.

Earlier this week, she brought the 'Gram to its knees when she posted a snap of her decked out in another purple gown. This one was a sequined Dolce & Gabbana number with a high collar.

Although Winfrey is reveling in the results of hard work, the public has often scrutinized her wellness journey.

In September, she addressed her weight in a new installment of her "The Life You Want" series, per USA Today.

"I don't know that there is another public person whose weight struggles have been exploited as much as mine," Winfrey says in the trailer of the series.

"This is a world that has shamed people for being overweight forever, and all of us who have lived it know that people treat you differently; they just do. And I'm Oprah Winfrey, and I know all that comes with that, but I get treated differently if I'm 200-plus pounds versus under 200 pounds."

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