Oprah was a guest on the Steve Harvey Show Monday where they discussed everything from her legacy to the hit-show Queen Sugar in an interview taped at her OWN Network studios in Los Angeles.
The media mogul took a walk down memory lane with host from Baltimore to the end of The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2011 after 25 years and starting OWN.
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Winfrey told Harvey her new favorite word is contentment.
”I have done that work, work, work. I look back at old tapes of The Oprah Show and I can see that's me sitting in that chair, but I really don't remember that show," she said laughing. "But I'm not in that phase now. That was fantastic; I have not one regret about it. But I'm in the phase of doing exactly what I want to do in any given moment.
"So if anybody asks you how I'm doing, tell them I'm doing alright.”
While there Oprah made sure to give Harvey a private tour of the studio, and her office.
“It has a woman’s touch,” Harvey said with admiration as they walked through the building. “No man did this.”
In her office, Oprah went through the personal trinkets and pieces that were important to her, including a photo with Nelson Mandela after she flew to South Africa to spend ten days with him. Nearby, there is also artwork, and of course, just a few of her numerous awards including Emmys and an Oscar.
A great moment was a photo of a 22-year-old Oprah working in Baltimore. Now 40 years later, they both agreed she had done pretty well for herself.
Watch that segment below.