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Paula Rogo
Nov, 23, 2017

Do you miss seeing Oprah's face on daytime television? Her absence might change in the near future!

“CBS This Morning” is working hard to land Oprah as a possible fill-in host after the network fired Charlie Rose following his sexual harassment scandal, Page Six reports.



“They are begging Oprah to fill in,” a source told the publication. “Not full time . . . But they are hoping she’ll do one day, two days, one hour, fill in ’til Christmas. Anything.”

On Monday, The Washington Post published a story about alleged harassment by Rose, based on interviews with eight women who described "unwanted sexual advances."

Rose said in a statement that he "deeply apologized" for what he admitted was "inappropriate behavior." He was fired by CBS and PBS this week.

Winfrey already has a relationship with the network: she joined CBS’ “60 Minutes” in September, and her best friend Gayle King is a “CBS This Morning” co-host. 

We can definitely spend our mornings watching Oprah and Gayle working side-by-side!