The stalwart television personality, 69, took to Instagram with a shot of herself as she prepared to head to the event.
‘It’s a purple kind of night,’ the Kosciusko, Mississippi-born star captioned the shot. ‘Off to the @academymuseum gala with my @thecolorpurple family.’
The media icon, who celebrates her 70th birthday next month, was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role as Sofia at the 1986 Academy Awards for her work in the film The Color Purple.
Winfrey sported a svelte figure two months after she commented on the weight loss drug Ozempic, and why she won’t use it.
The latest: Oprah Winfrey, 69, looked amazing as she attended the third Annual Academy Museum Gala at the at Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles on Sunday
‘One of the things I carried so much shame for, and even when I first started hearing about the weight loss drugs, at the same time I was going through knee surgery and I felt, “I’ve got to do this on my own because if I take the drug, that’s the easy way out,”‘ she said in September at a New York City panel for her Oprah Daily’s The Life You Want series.
She continued: ‘There’s a part of me that feels – like I think a lot of people feel with bariatric surgery – that I’ve got to do it the hard way, I’ve got to keep climbing the mountains, I’ve got to keep suffering and I’ve got to do that because otherwise I somehow cheated myself.’
‘As a person who has been shamed for so many years [about my weight], I am just sick of it.’
The Academy Museum Gala brought together the biggest and brightest stars as they honor four showbiz talents.
Streep, 74, received the Icon Award which celebrated her entire career which includes a whopping three Oscars.
Receiving The Pillar Award was Oprah, 69, who was recognized in her efforts for supporting the Academy Museum.
Coppola, 52, was honored for advancing the art of cinema as the daughter of Francis Ford Coppola was given the Visionary Award.
The media icon beamed as she walked on the red carpet at the luxe event
The stalwart television personality took to Instagram with a shot of herself as she prepared to head to the event
Lastly Jordan, 36, – who made his directorial debut with Creed III earlier this year – was presented with the Vanguard Award which is given to an emerging artist.
Leading up to the event director and president of the Academy Museum Jacqueline Stewart released a statement which read: ‘We are excited to gather again at our third annual Academy Museum Gala to celebrate the power, global impact, and indelible importance of cinema.
Oprah Winfrey and Meryl Streep were two of the honorees at the Academy Museum Gala as they posed together on the pink carpet
‘I am truly honored to recognize four artists, Meryl Streep, Michael B. Jordan, Oprah Winfrey and Sofia Coppola, whose creativity and passion have inspired and shaped our culture in such powerful ways.’
Meanwhile, the red carpet was star-studded as it featured the likes of Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Kendall Jenner, Hailey Bieber, Salma Hayek, Eva Longoria, Billie Eilish, Chrissy Teigen, and Demi Moore.
The gala was originally set to take place in October but was postponed following the Hamas attack on Israel.