Friday, November 20, 2009

Oprah, to end "The Oprah Winfrey Show"

Who among you girls love Oprah? And who loves watching "The Oprah Winfrey Show"? If you do, then make sure not to miss today's show, November 20, because Oprah will be announcing her decision to end the "what is arguably one of the most popular, influential and enduring programs in television history," [Tim Bennett, the President of Harpo announced through a letter. Read the story here.]
What exactly were the reasons that pushed Oprah to finalize her decision? And what would be her next move after the show closes at the end of its 25th season? That, hopefully, Oprah would discuss.

I once said in a post that Oprah, through her show, can make or break a career. If we weigh the records however, she had made more careers than she had broke. Unfortunate are those who are dreaming to get a chance to be envited at her show, because if they won't hurry, they might never get a chance.

By the way, do you think the photo above is of real Oprah? Was she, ever, this sexy? Check this site to find out.

Happy weekend girls.

Update:

Oprah was close to tears and choked while announcing her decision to end the show. She thanked all her viewers for inviting her into their living room, into their kitchen and into their lives. She said that after careful thoughts and with so much prayers she has made the decision to pick the number 25 as the best number to end her show. She meant 25 years, 25th season, of serving the mankind and leaving a legacy.

She will definitely be missed.

6 comments:

  1. I'll be honest...I've never even seen a single episode of Oprah before. But, I feel that she did pave the path, and make a lot of strides for females in the entertainment industry, so it will be sad to see her go. :)

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  2. I love Oprah and I wish the show won't end.

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  3. I've watched her show on and off since I was a baby. Her show is part of my life, a part of my childhood and the fact it's leaving air makes me SO sad. :( Plus, her show has helped so many people. My high school PE teacher made us watch Oprah to learn self-defense techniques, sex ed, and other health-related topics. Her show is so useful!! Plus, all her celebrity interviews are brilliant.
    That is going to be a show much missed.

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  4. I definitely think Oprah is an amazing woman. Although I do not watch her show, I do think it will be disappointing for her viewers when the show ends. I am hearing that she is supposedly looking to host a smaller show.

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  5. I think it is very sad, ending a legacy that way. That woman is definitely an empire.

    xo
    Sophie

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  6. Hold on! Thats Oprah and she is quitting, what?
    XOXOX
    Libby
    http://fashionconfectionairy.weebly.com

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