Everyone has an opinion about Chris Brown and Rihanna's reunion, which was taken to a new level last week when they hooked up twice and he dumped Karrueche Tran.
Except Oprah. She's staying out of it.
The talk show queen, who recently interviewed Rihanna about her romance with the man who assaulted her in 2009, says she is remaining objective.
"You know what I loved about that interview is that she came with a big, wide open heart," Winfrey explained to Extra. "She was in the space of forgiveness."
"And that she learned a lesson, that she was repeating with Chris Brown exactly what she needed to learn from her father."
Rihanna described to Oprah Winfrey during their emotional sit-down how her father, Ronald Fenty, was physically abusive towards her mother.
As she got older, though, Rihanna realized Fenty was a good person, and that his violent behavior was a product of his struggle to overcome personal demons.
if Rihanna and Chris Brown get back together for good, O won't judge.
"I think that if she is prepared to deal with that and is prepared to help him help himself then so be it," Winfrey said. "I have no judgment about it."
"That's why I can sit and have a great time with her because I do all my interviews with no judgment. If that's how you choose to lead your life, that's really okay."
Rihanna told Oprah that Chris is, or was, the love of her life.
"We love each other and we probably always will, and that's not anything that we're going to try to change," she admitted. "I think he was the love of my life."
"He was my first love and I see that he loved me the same way. The main thing for me is he's at peace. I'm not at peace if he's not happy or he's still lonely."
"I care. It actually matters that he finds that peace."
Or A PIECE, it would appear.
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