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Vili Fualaau, who married his sixth-grade teacher, Mary Kay Letourneau, joins Dr. Oz for an exclusive interview about his ex-wife’s final days after a private battle with colon cancer. He shares the surprising ups and downs in their life together.
Vili Fualaau reveals the first thing he said to Mary Kay Letourneau when he learned about the severity of her colon cancer diagnosis and shares how hard it was to watch her health decline so quickly. Find out what made Letourneau a difficult patient.
Vili Fualaau tells us about his conversations with Mary Kay Letourneau about her passing, and shares what led doctors to discover her cancer had spread to her spine and brain. Fualaau details his relationship with Letourneau during her final days.
Vili Fualaau opens up about the final words Mary Kay Letourneau said to him and describes both the sense of relief and devastation he felt on the last day of Letourneau’s life.
Vili Fualaau shares that he and Mary Kay Letourneau’s youngest daughter and her daughter from a previous marriage were by her side in her final moments. Fualaau tells us how his daughters are coping with the loss of their mother.
Dr. Oz shows us the frightening moment comedic legend D.L. Hughley passed out on stage, and Hughley reveals that he had COVID-19 after showing no classic symptoms. Hughley joins Dr. Oz to discuss his COVID-19 collapse.
D.L. Hughley shares how his heart condition contributed to dehydration, and Dr. Oz shows us what could’ve led to his collapse. Hughley reveals that everyone who came in contact with him got COVID-19 except his wife and daughter, who wore masks.
D.L. Hughley outlines his new book, “Surrender, White People! Our Unconditional Terms for Peace.” He shares his comedic approach to discussing racial disparities in our country and details how systemic racism has contributed to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Oz points out the steep rise of anxiety and depression in African Americans after the killing of George Floyd on May 25, 2020. Hughley explains how the camera phone works to emancipate Black people and shares how he manages his mental health.
Author and comedian D.L. Hughley shares the good that’s come out of the COVID-19 pandemic. From more writing and family time to joining a fraternity, Hughley details what he enjoys most about his new normal.
Her heartbreaking video went viral after her pleas to get help for her son went ignored at the hospital.