O Magazine celebrates 25 years
“The first few years when the staff was still less than 12 people, I used to hang out with them because we were doing live shows, and we’d be done by 10 a.m,” Oprah says of those early days of her show. “We had four people in four chairs, and that was it. Those were the days where I’d be the one taking the lunch order. I would walk around asking, ‘Okay, is it gonna be Taco Bell today, or are we doing Wendy’s?’ And then we’d go out and party at night.”
See below for the O magazine with Oprah circa 1986!
Check out Oprah 25 years ago! What can we expect from her last show? Plenty of tears.
“I genuinely feel appreciated and loved by this audience that has grown up with me,” she says. “Which, for me, is a huge, huge, huge accomplishment. Because I grew up feeling the opposite of that. Feeling a void, as a little girl, feeling that really nobody loved me. So to be surrounded by this, that is what I’m going to feel. And when you see the tears on the last show, that’s what those tears will be about. Those tears will not be about sadness.”
Cover 1: Rob Howard
Cover 2: Paul NatkinO Magazine celebrates 25 years,
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