Shonda Rhimes will be really With Oprah About marriage: ‘I Never dream’

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Shonda Rhimes and Oprah Winfrey have something in common – their reluctance to marry.

“I could finally stand up and say, ‘I don’t want to get married.’ In all,” Rhimes, 45, said Winfery during the episode of Supersoul Sunday. “He told me she was severely. I told my family. I already told you, my friends. I told him that no one has prompted this. Never was a dream of mine. ”

From there, two prolific women are still arguing, the pressure on women of a certain age to walk down the aisle. Scandal Creator Winfrey said that the expectation for women to marry is very similar to waiting to have children.

“This is very much like and desire to have children in our society,” he said. “It is assumed that she wants, and if you don’t want that with you?”

As she does, comparison, Rhimes also indicates that you will always know that she wanted kids, but you never felt this way to marry.

“I’m one of those people since I was 5 years old, I can say that it was me to have children. Could tell you that I was going to have three. Could tell you she girl is,” he added. “But I never wanted to marry. My girlfriend never played. Never has me very interested. I don’t know what it is; I didn’t want to get married again.”

Not so surprisingly, Winfrey, 61, was sharing the same feelings as the mother of three children.

The media Mogul said that she felt like she always wanted someone else to marry, but when the opportunity presented itself, an old friend Stedman Graham suggested that Winfrey realized that it is not necessary that the marriage.

“At that moment, when I asked to marry me with him, I was like, ‘Oh, my God! Now I really get married?'” Oprah said about the wedding, and Graham took to move, but he never spoke again. “But what struck me that I don’t want to be married.

“Since I couldn’t the life that I created for myself. I couldn’t do it.”

Rhimes after Winfrey, adding that the reception of their displeasure, before loudly provides such freedom that she felt was “dirty little secret.”

“I felt more freedom to loudly say” Rhimes, he said.