Let's all take an Aha! Moment to admire the confidence Oprah Winfrey is displaying at the tender age of 60 on the new double cover of her self-titled O, The Oprah Magazine.
The accomplished TV host and media mogul proves age is just a number as she works a curve-hugging, red-hot Badgley Mischka dress, which she describes as "fabulous."
And her take on growing older is equally fab.
"One day I literally woke up and thought 'My god, these knees have been with me for 60 years. Wow! I've had these elbows for 60 years. My heart has been beating for 60 years. The feet I stand on have carried me for 60 years.' And when you think about it that way, you can be nothing but grateful."
"Celebrating the process with vibrancy and vigor and grace," the multi-award-winning talk show host dedicated the June issue to her philosophy on "aging brilliantly," but the back cover shot intimates talk of her chiseled derriere can be found inside the mag.
Alas, there are no mentions of workouts, squats or lunges on the magazine pages.
Instead, the accompanying title of "No Looking Back," showcases Oprah's use of her quintessential, upbeat voice to encourage women to embrace their age.
"Call me crazy, but I've never really understood our culture's fear of getting older," Winfrey says. "The way I see it, every year can be a brand new journey. Think about it: You get one chance to be 25, 38, 44, 61 and every age before and between. Why wouldn't you want to experience all the wonder in each step on your path?"
You can find more her thoughts on aging fearlessly when the monthly hits newsstands May 13.