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    Re: Oprah's Big Give

    I was happy to finally see them send Rae home. I thought she could have gone a few weeks ago. Although she does help people and loves to talk to them, she does seem to me to be more about self-promotion. I wasn't watching when the plans were for her to sing at Carnegie Hall, so I don't know if she offered herself to sing, but I watched everything else. It could go either way for me. Are my views wrong?

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    She definitely offered herself. Didn't like that woman at all.
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    Oprah had Rae on her show and Rae blatantly lied and said that Emily's daughter asked her to sing. When the truth was that Rae asked the daughter if they were going to have soloists and then volunteered herself to sing a Hymn solo. On Oprah's "after oprah" show she really let Rae have it and didn't let her get away with the lie, but why didn't Oprah do that on her regular show as opposed to the clip tied into her website. Made it seem to me that Oprah didn't want to embarass Rae in front of America

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