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In a recent interview, Oprah tells Steve Harvey how her sex scene with Butler co-star Terrence Howard expanded to a much longer scene because Terrence misbehaved with her breasts, according to a March 15 report by TMZ.com.

Oprahs sex scene with Terrence Howard in The Butler was greatly expanded because Terrence got carried away and misbehaved with her breasts. Oprah describes what happened in her interview with Steve Harvey. Details below.

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In an interviewed with Steve Harvey, Oprah was asked about her sex scenes with Terrence Howard. Oprah confided in Steve that what started as a small scene was greatly expanded because Terrence misbehaved with her breasts.

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Apparently Terrence was so captivated by Oprahs breasts that he couldnt control himself.

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Oprah described to Steve Harvey how Terrence got carried away on the set:

"It was supposed to be like a little scene, and because Terrence Howard misbehaved it turned into a bigger scene, and then a bigger scene."

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Steve Harvey also questioned Oprah about the widely publicized comments Terrence Howard made about her breasts. See Oprah Unfazed by Terrence Howards Shocking Comments about Her Breasts.

Apparently Terrence was quite taken with the size of Oprahs breasts and his remarks about them went viral on the Internet earlier this month.

Terrence said:

"Oprah and I had such chemistry. To be able to make out with Oprah and to have love scenes with her and those tig ol' bitties ... She's such a lovely, voluptuous woman. Shes very, very beautiful and that was wonderful. It was wonderful."

In a follow-up interview in which Terrence was asked to clarify what he meant, he said

Shes just a beautiful woman, and to be able to get near her like that to touch the Queen. To be able to love the Queen and be loved by the Queen theres nothing better than that.

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Judging from Terrence Howards comments, filming a sex scene with Oprah will live on in his memory as one of the most unforgettable experiences in his life. It was the highlight of his acting career.

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Many people found Terrences remarks about Oprah disrespectful.

Luckily for Terrence, the talk show queen didnt take offense. See Oprah Unfazed by Terrence Howards Shocking Comments about Her Breasts. In fact, Oprah seemed quite amused by Terrences remarks. She told Steve Harvey that when people who were offended by Terrences comments called her up, she more or less brushed it off, telling them:

Well, I do have big "breastesses."

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As for Oprahs impression of her awestruck co-star, Terrence Howard, this is what she had to say:

Hes a misbehaving kind of boy.

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Sounds like the sex scene was fun for all parties involved.

The Butler is scheduled to be released in October 2013. See it and judge for yourself.

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Updated: 01:10 EST, 21 October 2011

She sprung back into shape just weeks after giving birth to son Flynn.

But Miranda Kerr has revealed that she is curvier than ever after having her first child with husband Orlando Bloom, and has learned to embrace her new figure.

Miranda makes the admission as she shows off her bikini body in a retro flower patterned bikini on the cover of Australia's Cleo magazine.

Curvy girl: Miranda Kerr shows off her bikini body as she reveals she has embraced her post-baby figureCurvy girl: Miranda Kerr shows off her bikini body as she reveals she has embraced her post-baby figure

She told the publication: 'Im a little more curvaceous now, which I really love. I think its great to embrace these curves and work with them.'

Miranda appears to be more confident than ever about her body, pouring her feminine curves into a pair of skintight leather trousers yesterday as she stepped out in New York.

The 28-year-old star teamed her zip detail leather slacks with a loose white vest and matching smart blazer - all for a day at work.

Lovely in leather: Miranda donned a black pair of skinny trousers in New York cityLovely in leather: Miranda donned a black pair of skinny trousers in New York city

Arriving at her apartment in the Big Apple, Miranda carried a large brown leather bag and wore a pair of nude heels as she made her way into the building.

Her husband, Orlando Bloom, arrived separately a few minutes later wearing jeans and trainers and followed his wife quickly into their home.

Hard day's work: The Australian supermodel was on her way to a photo shoot in the Big Apple

But they weren't at home together for long.

Thirty minutes later the mother-of-one emerged again - still dressed in her leather - but this time wearing a pair of black ballet pumps and large sunglasses.

Clutching a coffee, Miranda was obviously feeling a bit tired as she made her way to a photo shoot in Chelsea Piers.

Tired but trendy: The star wore a white blazer and black ballet bumps with her leather trousers and clutched a coffee as she arrived in ChelseaTired but trendy: The star wore a white blazer and black ballet bumps with her leather trousers and clutched a coffee as she arrived in Chelsea

The model has been non-stop since she arrived in the city with her family.

Last night she was promoting the $2.5 million diamond-encrusted Victoria's Secret bra that she is modelling at an upcoming fashion show, and she was also spotted running errands in the city earlier in the day.

Home sweet home: Earlier Miranda arrived at her New York apartment in nude heels but emerged 30 minutes later wearing flat shoesHome sweet home: Earlier Miranda arrived at her New York apartment in nude heels but emerged 30 minutes later wearing flat shoes

And it seems there's no rest for the star as she headed out to work again today.

But it's not just Miranda who's a fan of leather lately.

Also seen out and about in New York in a similar pair of trousers was reality TV star, Kourtney Kardashian.

He's right behind you: Miranda's husband Orlando Bloom arrived at the couple's home minutes later and quickly made his way insideHe's right behind you: Miranda's husband Orlando Bloom arrived at the couple's home minutes later and quickly made his way inside

The 32-year-old star was pictured yesterday looking just as good in her biker-esque tight fitting trousers as she shopped with her boyfriend, Scott Disick.

And it seems the trend isn't just a hit in the U.S.

Also spotted wearing some leather last night was another new mother - Abbey Clancy.

The WAG sported a particularly shiny pair on a night out in Manchester with her footballer husband, Peter Crouch, proving that leather is certainly a hit with yummy mummies of the celeb world.

Leather lovers: Kourtney Kardashian was also seen in New York (L) wearing a biker-esque pair of trousers and WAG Abbey Clancy also showed her long legs off in shiny leather whilst out in Manchester (R)

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All doctor salaries continue to rise with primary care doctor compensation outpacing specialists slightly last year. Primary care physicians reported $241,273 in media compensation in 2014 and specialists reported $411, 852, according to the MGMA (Medical Group Management Association) 2015 report card. How much does your doctor make?

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Once upon a time, the mid- to late-career professional could have eased into the golden years. Having achieved seniority, he or she could down-shift professionally and begin to explore hobbies and spend more time with family and friends. But today's economic pressures have changed the landscape. Let me explain.

Historically, an attending physician might work 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Typically a senior resident would cover the overnight hours and weekends. The attending might be on-call occasionally, but that would involve only limited interruptions. However, regulatory and reimbursement pressures have made it so that an experienced physician must be on site at all times.

As a result, one of my colleagues, a gifted cardiologist, and several of his teammates were given a mandate they were told that they needed to be responsible for weekend coverage. This means staying in the hospital for 12 hours, going home about 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. the next day. This schedule proved challenging for some older physicians who were not as durable and healthy as their younger colleagues.

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If the stress in your life is more than you can cope with, get help right away.

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Go to the nearest hospital or emergency room

Call your physician, health provider or clergy

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1-800-950-NAMI (6264)

Once upon a time, the mid- to late-career professional could have eased into the golden years. Having achieved seniority, he or she could down-shift professionally and begin to explore hobbies and spend more time with family and friends. But today's economic pressures have changed the landscape. Let me explain.

Historically, an attending physician might work 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Typically a senior resident would cover the overnight hours and weekends. The attending might be on-call occasionally, but that would involve only limited interruptions. However, regulatory and reimbursement pressures have made it so that an experienced physician must be on site at all times.

As a result, one of my colleagues, a gifted cardiologist, and several of his teammates were given a mandate -- they were told that they needed to be responsible for weekend coverage. This means staying in the hospital for 12 hours, going home about 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. the next day. This schedule proved challenging for some older physicians who were not as durable and healthy as their younger colleagues.

You don't have to be a brain surgeon to see the lesson here: Today's professionals can't afford to let up. They must stay mentally and physically fit. Failing to do so could be a career-ending move.

Join the discussion at #Stress.

Aug. 07, 2015



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