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The 'fascinated' TV mogul would love it if the man with golden voice can say 'The Oprah Winfrey Network'.
Oprah Winfrey Network was the third most-watched cable network in women 25-54 on its launch day, January 1.
The daytime talk show queen takes the top spot with an estimated $315 million windfall, followed by the 'Avatar' helmer with an estimated $210 million.
When she met former Secretary of State Colin Powell, he told her 'Name your country, baby, name your country'.
The daytime talk show queen once asked the U2 frontman to appear in a new TV program about his philanthropy work but he declined.
Take a look at how Oprah Winfrey won her audience, who her guests are and what activities she did while in Australia.
Hugh Jackman swung on a zip line from the top of the building's famous sails, but he failed to stop in time and went crashing into a light.
The talk show host had a chat with Russell Crowe, 'The Crocodile Hunters' family, Jay-Z and Jon Bon Jovi in her special episode.
Joining 'The Blind Side' actress and the talk-show host are Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry and Marisa Tomei.
She was welcomed Down Under with a massive party including a performance by Guy Sebastian.
Returning to the top spot for the third time, Oprah Winfrey is followed by Nora Roberts and Meryl Streep at the second and third places respectively.
The TV queen declares Graham is still the love of her life, saying 'I cannot say that I know of another man on this planet who could have lived this life with such dignity.'
For the umpteenth time, Oprah denies that she and bestfriend Gayle King are lovers, adding Gayle is like 'a mother I never had'.
The script review mentions Jackman's character is willing to take care of his son in exchange of money which will be used to buy a robot boxer.
Dishing on the story for the follow-up to the epic film is actor Liam Neeson who will reprise his role as Zeus.