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Even though Lindsay Lohan forgot her lines and got laughed at during her London stage debut, she showed up on time and didn't fall off the stage in a drunken stupor, so she's already counting step one of her comeback campaign as a success.

And of course, you can't have a Hollywood underdog story with a happy ending unless Oprah is somehow involved.

Lindsay Lohan and Oprah

You may have forgotten or blocked it out of your memory, but Lindsay had a reality show on Oprah's OWN network earlier this year.

It was widely believed to have been canceled, and there were countless tabloid stories about Lindsay pissing Oprah off, as she's wont to do (showing up late, getting wasted at inopportune times, being Lindsay Lohan).

Even so, as evidenced by the photo above, Lady O stopped by the West End to check out Lindsay's play and according to LiLo's latest interview, the dynamic duo of Lohan and Winfrey is ready to start saving the world once again:

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Did you miss her?

About seven months after signing off from her iconic daytime talk show, Oprah Winfrey will return to the small screen. The mega star will host a primetime series on OWN titled "Oprah's Next Chapter." It will focus on her visits with other celebrities around the world.

Oooooprah!

"After 25 years, I got myself out of the studio chairs," Winfrey said in a statement. "I moved into the next chapter, and I am having more fun than ever - moving around the country and the world talking to people I'm really interested in getting to know and I think viewers will be, too. It is so energizing to be out and about in the world exploring new people, new places and new ideas."

The premiere will air on January 1 and feature an interview with Steven Tyler at his home in New Hampshire. Future episodes will include guests such as Paula Deen,  George Lucas and Sean Penn.

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This is my love letter to you. I want to leave you with lessons from my life.

So said Oprah Winfrey at the outset of her final show, which has already taped and already aired in many markets across the country.

A couple days after every star on the planet wished the talk show goddess farewell - and singers such as Beyonce and Jackie Evancho sang her into semi-retirement - Oprah took the stage alone for her last episode, using the platform to speak directly about her experiences over 25 years on the air.

Opening the show with a Paul Simon song, Oprah kicked the emotional hour off with a clip from her first job in Chicago. She then went on to thank that city for embracing her and said she never once missed a taping because "this is what I was called to do."

Fighting off tears at various points, Winfrey sent out the following message to all viewers:

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Oprah Winfrey Biography

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Oprah Winfrey Quotes

I like money. It's good for buying things. What you want is money with meaning. Meaning is what brings real richness to your life.

Oprah Winfrey

Anyone that tells you that having your own private jet isn't great is lying to you.

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