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Oprah gets the dirt: America's confessor is back in the spotlight

9:11 PM, Jan. 18, 2013
When it comes to getting celebrities to open up, nobody does it like Oprah Winfrey. Her interview last week with disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong confirmed her role as America's 'confessor-in-chief.''
When it comes to getting celebrities to open up, nobody does it like Oprah Winfrey. Her interview last week with disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong confirmed her role as America's 'confessor-in-chief.''
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At least we have the answer to one question: If Team Oprah is on the wane, who will be our next confessor-in-chief?

Trick question. Turns out it's Oprah.

After Oprah Winfrey shuttered her daytime talk show in May 2011, the United States of Oprah lost its intensity. Both the OWN network, which she co-owns, and her magazine O have struggled since. ...

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