When the first episode of The Oprah Winfrey show aired in 1986, the audience had no idea what was coming their way. No one knew that the ultimate queen of talk shows was right there. Everyone wanted to be her friend but mostly be a guest on her show. Oprah had a way to touch and inspire people from all over the world and make even the toughest of celebrities open up like they have never done before. This was bring-out -the-kleenex-good television and people couldn’t get enough of their favorite talk show host. From Tom Cruise hopping on her couch to the most controversial interviews, here are Oprah’s best moments.
[post_page_title]When Oprah’s 4th grade teacher paid a visit – 1989[/post_page_title]
The queen of talk shows has spoken a lot about her childhood had shaped her to become the woman she is today. One of the biggest milestones of her life was when she attended Wharton Elementary School in Nashville. It was Mrs. Duncan, her fourth grade teacher, who had a powerful and string impact on Oprah’s life from early on. It was in elementary school that Oprah felt she could be herself, she wasn’t scared to be and look smart, and it was all thanks to Mrs. Duncan. In an episode in 1989, the producers decided to surprise the talk show host and bring her favorite teacher on the show. She only found out while she was reading the teleprompter ‘Welcome, Mary Duncan.’
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