Oprah is at it again, doing what she does best—getting celebrities to spill. This time the talk show diva turned her attention to Rihanna, and the much-hyped interview already has people talking.

During their chat, Oprah and Rihanna head to Barbados to tour the singer’s childhood home, meet her family, and talk openly about RiRi’s ups and downs. And of course, what interview with Rihanna would be complete with questions about “the incident”?

In one poignant moment, Rihanna tells Oprah that after she was attacked by Chris Brown she felt a myriad of emotions: embarrassment, anger, fear, and sadness for the loss of their relationship.

“It was embarrassing. It was humiliating. I lost my best friend. I was resentful. I held a grudge. I was dark,” she told Oprah.

Oprah’s Next Chapter has been a ratings boon for OWN. While many have wondered why Oprah would interview celebs like the Kardashians, Rihanna, and NBA superstars, others have enjoyed the chats and continue to tune in.

Oprah’s Next Chapter with Rihanna airs Sunday August 19. Will you be tuning in?

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  • CurlySue

    Man, she’s really riding this cart til the wheels fall off. We get it! You miss and love your douchebag abuser. Stop telling US and go tell a therapist.

    • NoitAll

      Then everyone should stop asking about it.

    • Really?

      She really is! She’s getting on my damn nerves. It’s hard to feel sorry for her when she went and made two songs with that jackass after the fact.

  • bre

    yes, yes i will.

  • Patience

    Leave me alone, Rihanna!

  • Natacha

    Seriously. But, I am really surprised to see/read/hear how many people are disconnected from the reality of domestic violence. Just because your husbad, father, boyfriend beats the crap out of you doesn’t mean you stop loving them.

    If that was the case A LOT of men would be outliers in their families

    • “Just because your husband, father, boyfriend beats the crap out of you doesn’t mean you stop loving them”

      IMO : it should……

    • Mademoiselle

      I agree

    • Patience

      Aww, those poor men.

    • Agreed, most cases domestic violence isn’t black and white like people try to paint it. I always get jack for saying this but I still believe if we didn’t know that Chris Brown beat her that they would still very much be together, it may be sad but true. Just because someone does something horrible and hurtful to you doesn’t mean the love ends when rationally it should but emotionally it doesn’t and it stays with you and sometimes you make the love way more than what it was especially if it was your first serious love. I feel sorry for her because the way they both portray their “love” it feels like their relationship didn’t have a final ending

    • you hit or abuse me and watch how fast my ‘love’ disappears……

  • CurlySue

    @NoitAll – But part of the reason that the media and the public have it fresh in their minds is because she talks about it in interviews ALLLLL the time. All interviewers have to clear their questions first. So, if she didn’t want to talk about CB, she wouldn’t allow the interviewer to question her about it. Obviously, she keeps the topic fresh because otherwise, she’d just be a mediocre pop star with nothing interesting to say.