Don't Expect Oprah Winfrey to Dish on Her Yacht Vacay with the Obamas
It's not Vegas, but it might as well be, because what happens on David Geffen's super yacht is staying there.
Oprah Winfrey was at the New York City premiere of her new film, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, on Tuesday when the subject of her recent trip with Michelle and Barack Obama came up. According to People, the 63-year-old media mogul was decidedly tight-lipped about their shared vacation on Geffen's $590 million, 454-foot vessel, the Rising Sun.
"I can't talk about it, I can't talk about it!" Winfrey said. "What happens on the boat, stays on the boat."
Winfrey and the Obamas were joined by Tom Hanks and Bruce Springsteen for what has to be the coolest vacation to ever grace the exotic islands of French Polynesia. Even the little we do know about the trip gives us a serious case of FOMO. At some point, the "RS"—as Geffen is wont to call his buoyant palace—made a stop off the coast of Tahiti where Barack famously got his #InstagramHusband on. The group also reportedly enjoyed lunch on Vanilla Island, made a stop at Le Taha'a Island and continued to Bora Bora.
So, did Barack have one too many well-earned Mai Tais and jump into the ocean, à la Mariah Carey? Did Michelle make sure everyone ate an appropriate amount of fruits and veggies? It seems we'll never know.