Oprah Winfrey gave away a car to a stunned fan on live TV this week. The generous star recreated one of her most famous stunts from her old talk show - in which she gave brand-new cars to every audience member - by surprising an unsuspecting woman with a lavish new ride while being interviewed on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'.
The 59-year-old talk-show host and actress joined host Jimmy Kimmel, 45, to promote her new movie The Butler, but midway through the interview she became restless and declared she had got "that feeling again".
Oprah appeared to perplex the show's host and audience members as she scoured the studio for a guest to pull on to the stage, and finally settled on a young woman named Britney.
The wealthy star's plan was then unveiled as she declared, "You, you get a car! You get a car!", while confetti rained down on the studio.
The shocked audience member was then escorted to her brand-new Ford Fusion Energi Hybrid car as Oprah said: "Every once in a while, Jimmy, it just happens. Especially when I skip lunch".
The big-hearted gesture a was play on an infamous 2004 episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show, on which she gifted cars to her entire studio audience.
Oprah would later top her extravagant motoring gift by whisking every member of her audience off to Australia to mark the final season of her talk show, which ended after 25 years in 2011.
The Beatles have made an annual turnover of £43.5 million.
The Hello Goodbye hitmakers' business, Apple Corps Limited, has amassed the staggering figure - £2 million more than they made in 2012 - landing Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and the estates of late members John Lennon and George Harrison, £5.1 million each.
Despite forming more than 50 years ago, The Beatles received £2,037,500 each in dividends, £1,936,500 in promotional activities fees, and £1,175,375 for name-and-likeness payments.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "The Beatles have been the most famous band in the world since the '60s, and it keeps on paying.
"The obsession with the Fab Four has never stopped, even half a century after they started. So the money just keeps rolling in."
Ringo recently said he believes the group would have reformed and gone on tour by now had John and George still been alive today.
The band split in 1970 and John was shot dead by a fan in New York in 1980, while George died of lung cancer in 2001.
When asked whether the band would have reunited, Ringo said: "I'd like to think, yes, we would.
"George was not big on touring, so I'm not sure about him. But who knows ... it could have come together."
Simon Cowell has told his pregnant lover to stay away from him.
Lauren Silverman - who is expecting a child with the music mogul following a passionate affair - is eager to join the star on his Mediterranean yacht after settling her messy divorce with ex-husband, Andrew Silverman, earlier this week, but Simon has warned her to keep her distance until the dust has settled.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Simon thought the divorce would take longer to finalise and he is insisting he needs time to sort out his head.
"Lauren has asked Simon to charter his private jet so she can join him, but he is making excuses and just doesn't know what to do."
Simon's former pal, Andrew - who filed for divorce four weeks ago after discovering Lauren was pregnant - listed 'The X Factor' boss as the co-respondent in the legal documents, as well as alleging adultery and "cruel and inhuman treatment" as the reasons behind his marriage failing.
However, the 53-year-old star avoided the court hearing - which saw the former couple agree on shared custody of their seven-year-old son, Adam - by holidaying with a bevy of beauties aboard his £30-million Slipstream vessel in St Tropez, France.
A source explained: "The yacht is the ultimate floating bachelor pad. There are magnums of Dom Perignon champagne in ice buckets all over the place. Simon is spending a lot of time alone in his cabin. The atmosphere is very sedate."