Oprah Dreams of O.J. Simpson Confessing to Her


There’s at least one interview Oprah still dreams of landing. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Oprah told an audience at The Cable Show in Chicago that she dreams of O.J. Simpson confessing to her in an interview.

“I have a dream of O.J. Simpson confessing to me,” said Winfrey to voluble cheers from the crowd at Chicago’s McCormick Place convention center. “And I am going to make that happen people.”

“I don’t just want the interview,” she continued. “I want the interview on the condition that you are ready, Mr. Simpson.”

Meanwhile, according to The Live Feed, Oprah’s cable channel OWN received a bit of good news. The debut of Finding Sarah, on Sunday, scored solid ratings.

 

15 Responses

  1. Avatar of alstonboy4315
    alstonboy4315

    Why would OJ Simpson VERBALLY confess to murder?? I know he wrote that tacky rag, “If I Did It…”, which basically admitted his guilt, but why would he come right out and admit to killing the mother of this children? Yes, we know he did it and he knows he did it, but he’s a coward and will only ever REALLY admit the truth on his deathbed, but even that’s doubtful.

    Oprah, you are gonna have to face the sad reality that you can’t have everything you want. Ain’t gonna happen, honey!!!

  2. Avatar of lfad
    lfad

    OJ is a narcissist and he loves the spotlight, I can really see him agreeing to the interview and teasing around and coming close to saying he did it, but not coming all the way out and saying it.

  3. Avatar of Angie Lucy
    Angie Lucy

    Uh, okay Oprah. I like to dream about LL Cool J and Josh Holloway, but you go ahead with yours.

    Can we get Niecy Nash to say “Foolishness!”

    Besides, what Oprah needs to do is a Broadway show. Then she can milk the behind the scenes shenanigans of that for OWN.

  4. Avatar of Restless Fan
    Restless Fan

    I admit I watched the Oprah show religiously. For the most part I liked her show. I connected with it when she interviewed everyday folk. It’s was her celebrity interviews that always threw me. She definitely treated “them” differently.

    Oprah is someone who has bought into her hype or celebrity. Never was that more evident than the last month of her show where highlights from years gone by were showcased. She seemed more authentic early on. In the last few years she had the habit of interjecting her profound moment of the day no matter the situation. And really how many freakin A-ha moments can one person have?

    The real Oprah can be seen Sunday nights on her OWN network, “Behind The Scenes”. It’s a revelation seeing her off that stage. She can be a real biatch. For a woman who clamored, “Live your best life”, I find it interesting how overworked, obese and stressed her staff is. I was honestly surprised.

  5. Avatar of Dariclone
    Dariclone

    [quote=TV Gord]Sorry, no can do. First, I’m a vegetabletarian. And second…too much gristle. ;-)[/quote]

    It’s alright, I understand. And gristle is just gross! ;)

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