Sharing pictures of the pair together, Seal included the caption: "When you have been part of the problem for decades. but suddenly they all think you are the solution".
Winfrey addressed the Weinstein sex scandal on her Facebook account late past year, writing: "I've been processing the accounts of Harvey Weinstein's disgusting behavior (sic) and haven't been able to find the words to articulate the magnitude of the situation". However, that didn't stop the late-night world from weighing in on how she would stack up against the TV star who now resides in the White House, President Donald Trump.
If Hillary Clinton could deliver a political speech half as effectively as Oprah Winfrey, she might be president today. Are you prepared to call their grieving families to express your condolences and thank them for sacrificing their loved one to their country?
The Jewish director, in London to promote his latest movie, "The Post", praised the queen of the talk show, saying her empathy was just what the United States needed. "But the idea of a reality show star running against a talk show host is troublingly dystopian", MacFarlane wrote in a tweet.
Soon after the awards show, many fans and celebrities, including Meryl Streep, called for Winfrey to try for the Oval Office in 2020.
Weinstein's story spurred on the #MeToo movement, a hashtag on social media encouraging women to tweet and publicize their experiences to expose cases of sexual assault.
Fallon chimed in by noting that sources "close" to Oprah reportedly told CNN that she is "actively thinking" about running.
Her voice soared as she wrapped up her speech, about maintaining "hope for a brighter morning, even during our darkest nights". That puts her ahead of an impressive list of experienced politicians, including Massachusetts Sen.
The actress, media mogul and erstwhile queen of daytime TV gave what, if she ever becomes president, will be known to history as the Golden Globes Address.
And there's someone else, Recy Taylor, a name I know and I think you should know, too.