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Faces Of The Last Season of Oprah

The 25th and final season of Oprah premiered yesterday, and the Queen of Media's fans were very, very excited. Entertainment Weekly has documented the remarkable facial expressions Winfrey inspired as she announced her plan to take the entire in-studio audience to Australia for a week. But another website promises to take the facial-expression coverage one step further—a site called Faces of the Last Season of Oprah has been launched, so we can only hope for daily updates as Winfrey enthralls her viewers for one final season.

See more facial expressions at Faces Of The Last Season of Oprah.

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