Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown on Sunday gave OWN network its biggest viewership yet.
Whitney Houston’s family interview, which aired on OWN’s “Oprah’s Next Chapter” from 9:00 to 10:30 p.m., racked up 3.5 million total viewers, according to the network.
That’s a dramatic improvement over OWN’s previously most-watched program Oprah Winfrey’s January 8 interview with celebrity pastor Joel Osteen, which drew 1.6 million total viewers.
Oprah Winfrey's interview with Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown on Sunday gave OWN network its biggest viewership yet
Oprah Winfrey’s Bobbi Kristina Brown interview also drew a 3.1 rating in the key women 25-54 demographic, with a 3.3 household rating.
Sunday’s installment in “Oprah’s Next Chapter” represented a 444 percent increase over the season average in the key demographic. It jumped 417 percent boost in total viewership and 378 percent in the household rating.
A Nancy Shevell’s black-and-white photograph surfaced today, few days after the new Lady McCartney married Sir Paul in central London, and shows her aged just 17.
The picture was taken from Nancy Shevell‘s yearbook as she graduated from high school in Edison, New Jersey in 1977.
The black-and-white photograph shows that the Nancy Shevell has not only improved with age, but has possibly had cosmetic surgery to straighten her nose.
It appears also that Nancy Shevell have had her teeth straightened and possibly veneered, giving her the smile she has today.
The picture was taken from Nancy Shevell's yearbook as she graduated from high school in Edison, New Jersey in 1977
On the high school yearbook she listed her interests as skiing and flying.
Nancy Shevell was born in November 1960 to Myron and Arlene Shevell with a brother Jon and sister Susan in Edison, New Jersey. Her father, Myron Shevell is a head of a trucking firm, New England Motor Freight.
Nancy Shevell graduated and was accepted at Arizona State University, where she majored in transportation, and was the only woman to do so at the time.
During her Arizona University studies she met her ex-husband, attorney Bruce Blakeman, with whom she has a son, Arlen, 19.
Nancy Shevell is a member of the board of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority as well as vice president of a family-owned transportation conglomerate which owns New England Motor Freight.
Nancy Shevell married Paul McCartney at Marylebone Register Office on Sunday
Last Sunday, Nancy Shevell married Paul McCartney at Marylebone Register Office in central London, where he married Linda Eastman in March 1969.
Nancy Shevell and Paul McCartney have a combined fortune of over $1 billion.
Nancy Shevell, 51, is the third wife of Sir Paul McCartney. The New York millionairess started dating Paul McCartney in November 2007 and it was announced on 6 May 2011 that the two had become engaged.
Nancy Shevell and Linda McCartney, Paul’s first wife, were pals. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in her 30s, around the time Linda was losing her battle. The two women became then close friends.
Nancy Shevell is a breast cancer survivor. Nancy and her ex-husband Bruce Blakeman knew Paul McCartney, his wife Linda and the children when they visited the Hamptons where Linda had family.