Oprah's Best Moments With 8 Latino Stars

This Sunday, Oprah will be giving us a glimpse inside Gloria Estefan's world (Watch this exclusive clip!) on her intimate show Oprah's Next Chapter.

The 59-year-old talk show host is known for her ability to get stars to reveal and talk about things they normally wouldn't. And she's even accomplished this with many Latino celebrities.

Here are Oprah's best moments with eight of our favorite Latinos:

1. Oprah's Best Moments: Ricky Martin

When Ricky Martin revealed to the world that he was gay, his first televised interview was with Oprah. Watch the interview in its entirety below:


2. Oprah's Best Moments: Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek appeared on Oprah in 2008 where she discussed her difficult pregnancy and becoming a mother for the first time at 41. Watch the interview below:


3. Oprah's Best Moments: Mariah Carey

In 2008, Oprah featured Mariah Carey on her show the week after Carey celebrated having 18 #1 hits, breaking Elvis Presley's record. Watch a clip from the segment below:


4. Oprah's Best Moments: Jennifer Lopez

The first time we saw Jennifer Lopez on Oprah was in 1999 -- the same year the megastar released her first album. But in 2004, Oprah brought J.Lo back to talk about her movie Shall We Dance and on how she feels about people's perception of her. Watch below:


5. Oprah's Best Moments: Christina Aguilera

After four years without producing any new music, Christina Aguilera sat down with Oprah to talk about her musical comeback, Bionic. Watch her interview at New York's Radio City Music Hall below:


6. Oprah's Best Moments: Fergie

In an inspiring segment, Fergie talks to Oprah about how she overcame her crystal meth addiction. Watch:


7. Oprah's Best Moments: Shakira

In June of this year, Oprah sat down with Shakira to discuss the insane success of NBC's The Voice. Watch what she had to say in this clip from Oprah's Next Chapter:


8. Oprah's Best Moments: Sonia Sotomayor

Sonia Sotomayor's interview with Oprah was one of the Justice's most revealing yet. She spoke about when Obama appointed her to the Supreme Court, her father's battle with alcoholism and more. Watch a clip from the interview below: