But the former Fugees singer, who faces imprisonment after failing to file federal taxes over three years, refuses to give Oprah a tell-all.
Hill is in hot water after pleading guilty to not paying federal taxes on the $1.8 million she earned between 2005 and 2007. The mother-of-six faces up to three years in prison.
It’s the latest in a series of controversies for the singer who won five Grammys for her critically acclaimed album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Over the years she has been dogged by rumors of mental instability.
Despite the snub, Oprah has had some good news. Her interview with Rihanna scored 2.5 million viewers according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Her highest rated show – with 3.5 million viewers – was with Bobbi Kristina.