The queen of daytime talk show reveals what kind of topics she discussed with the former vice president candidate, saying 'There's nothing we can't talk about'.
On Wednesday, November 11, Oprah Winfrey made a special announcement about her upcoming interview with former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin for her talk show. With a video cam, Oprah said that Palin had just left the studio and did an interesting interview despite people not favoring her to appear on the show.
"She talked about inside the campaign. About what it felt like when she was asked to be the vice president," Oprah said. The host added, "We talked about Bristol, her pregnancy, Trig her baby, and Levi Johnston. We talked about her marriage, we talk about everything!".
The exclusive interview will be aired on Monday, November 16. Sarah Palin was actually there to promote her book "Going Rogue: An American Life" which will be released in stores on November 17.
The appearance of Palin in "The Oprah Winfrey Show" was first opposed by some parties because Oprah Winfrey is a prominent supporter of President Barack Obama before and during the election. However, Winfrey has given an invitation to Palin in November 2008 for her to sit down on the famous couch.