After talking with Bobbi Kristina, Oprah Winfrey's next big get is rapper 50 Cent and Paris Jackson, the daughter of the late pop icon Michael Jackson. The veteran talk show host will interview the two personalities on an upcoming episode of 'Oprah's Next Chapter.'

50 had a rumored feud with Oprah after she criticized rap music for being misogynistic and too violent. He even named his dogs after Oprah and her BFF Gayle King. "I thought Oprah didn't like hip-hop culture. Then I got the dogs, and now I love Oprah," he said on 'The View' (via HuffPost) back in March.

Oprah talked with Fiddy at his grandmother's house and came away with a newfound respect for the entrepreneurial rapper. "Great conversation about rap culture, fatherhood, love, and life," O wrote on her blog Life Lift. "He describes himself as two people -- Curtis [Jackson] and 50 Cent -- I was fascinated to hear his description of them both. Really glad I did it. Really liked him."

Meanwhile, Oprah chatted with Paris Jackson about her late father and how she is handling life amid the scrutiny of the media and press.

Two big interviews in one huge episode for Oprah Winfrey. So don't miss it!

'Oprah's Next Chapter' will air on June 10 on OWN at 9PM ET.

Watch a Preview of Oprah's Next Chapter with Paris Jackson and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson