Oprah Winfrey has confirmed that she will continue to run 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' until 2011.
President-elect Barack Obama's biggest supporter, Oprah Winfrey, finally has made a statement concerning previous rumors saying that she has a plan to leave her hit reality show, "The Oprah Winfrey Show". The media mogul, who has recently guest starred on Tina Fey's "30 Rock", said that she has full intentions on riding out her contract.
As reported by Extra TV, the 54-year-old television host has stated she will fulfill her contract until it expires in 2011. "I'm a girl that keeps her word. I have a contract till 2011, so right now that's what I have until someone writes me another one. I'm going to fulfill my contractual obligations and fulfill them happily," Oprah said.
In another news, "The Oprah" show will be brought to the U.S. capitol, Washington D.C., during the week of Barack Obama's inaguration day on January 20. The special episode will be tapped on Monday, January 19 at the Kennedy Center Opera House. "I'm going to break that right here, that's where I'm going to be. See you there, that's the place to be," Winfrey told Access Hollywood on Wednesday, December 3.