Oprah Winfrey Is Obsessed with Luxurious Bathtubs

Oprah Winfrey Is Obsessed with Luxurious Bathtubs

One can’t help but picture Oprah soaking in a tub molded specifically to her body while reading a first-edition copy of The Grapes of Wrath to Stedman’s chagrin.

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I’ll skip the picture in my mind of Oprah soaking in a tub molded specifically to her body – thank you very much.

Instead, I will meditate on God’s Holy Word and not The Grapes of Wrath.

You have lived on earth in luxury and self-indulgence. You have fattened yourselves in the day of slaughter. (James 5:5)

  • I spend my time looking for the best possible bathtub a woman can buy. – Oprah

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(llnyc.com)—In a recent interview for Vogue, Jonathan Van Meter, who previously profiled Oprah for the magazine in 1998, asked the beloved talk show host about a tub he bore witness to the last time he interviewed her. “Remember at your house in Telluride when you showed me your tub that was molded and shaped to your body?” he asks. “Yup,” she says. “I still have a nice bathtub. I major in bathtubs. I spend my time looking for the best possible bathtub a woman can buy. And actually, Stedman’s never been in this one. When I was in Chicago, he would ask for permission: ‘Can I get in your tub?’ And I would say, ‘Mmmmmm. . . . OK.'”

So, why is Oprah Winfrey so obsessed with luxurious tubs? “You know where it came from? I will tell you. Honestly,” Oprah says. “It came from the fact that I was raised with my father in, like, an 1,100-square-foot house where we all shared the same tub. And when I would go back home, after having been in hotels and seeing that there are nicer tubs in the world, and there’s that little tub with a ring around it, where Comet could no longer clean the ring around the tub—and it was my job to clean it—because it has been permatized, I vowed if I ever got my own place, I was going to get myself a good tub!”

Oprah also goes on to say that this mindset has impacted other aspects of her home life. For instance, she once owned 11 dogs at one time because she was never allowed to have a pet dog growing up. She says, “That’s how I’ve overcompensated: with dogs and tubs.” – AD

 

 

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