Oprah Is Not Gay For Gayle

December 8, 2010 / Posted by:

Oprah isn’t even gay for that koala (By the way, I see how you’re trying to hug onto Oprah’s tete for a free 2012 Beetle, koala. I SEE YOU!). Oprah isn’t gay at all. Oprah once again denied that one of her favorite things is scissoring her best friend forever and ever Gayle King. That’s what Oprah told Barbara Walters during an upcoming special and shit got dramatic.

In her Elmer Fudd voice, Barbara asked Oprah about her friendship with Gayle and that’s when the tears filled the ducts, the lip quivered like an angel’s wing and the raw emotion came pouring out. You could tell Oprah was thinking about Celie and Nettie’s reunion scene from The Color Purple with her and Gayle in the roles. Oprah was on the verge of a full weep as she called Gayle her best friend and the mother she never had. And across town, Gayle King felt the sentiments seeping out of Oprah’s being and she dropped everything to run to her soulmate… Oprah did the same and the two met on a beach where they embraced as the seagulls above serenaded them with a rendition of “Wind Beneath My Wings.” No, that didn’t happen because Oprah changed the mood by barking at one of her minions to get a tissue! Here’s the preview clip:

Who doesn’t weep when thinking about their best friends? I know my friends cry out loud when they talk about knowing me. Yes, it’s for the exact opposite reason as Oprah’s and they usually follow their cry by screaming “Why won’t he stop calling?!“, but at least I make them cry!

And I love how Oprah says “lezzzzzz-be-yun.”

Here’s Oprah, Gayle and that hot piece of Aussie beef Curtis Stone in Australia today.

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