Oprah Winfrey enjoys relaxing at home in her PJs after final show
“Staying in PJs all day!”: Oprah Winfrey enjoys rest and relaxation at home after big finale
10:39 AM on 27th May 2011
After 25 years of early starts, show planning and providing “A ha moments”, Oprah Winfrey left her chat show stage for the final time yesterday.
And it seems the 57-year-old media titan is going to take some time out for rest and relaxation and today tweeted how she was spending her first day off.
“Staying in pjs all day. Getting hair braided for summer vaca. Reading all ur emails. Watched Gayle K. Show with Stedman. On at 4-6 on OWN,” Oprah posted on her Twitter page.
Time for relaxation: Oprah Winfrey, pictured camping in her sleepwear last year, revealed that she was planning to stay in her pyjamas “all day” today
The self-made billionaire will now be spending most of her time at her sprawling mansion in Montecito, California.
She has just experienced the longest goodbye in television history and had a two day celebrity filled extravaganza that was aired on Monday and Tuesday where the who”s who of Hollywood came to pay tribute to the star.
Yesterday”s final show was a bit more subdued where Oprah gave a “love letter” to her fans to thank them for the years of support.
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Oprah”s pyjamas confession is not the first time the talk show queen has been seen in her nightwear.
She lounged around in her owl motif PJs when she filmed a camping show with her best friend Gayle King.
But it seems Oprah went off with a bang and managed to pull in one of her best viewing figures than she”s had in years.
Preliminary numbers show yesterday”s finale of The Oprah Winfrey Show scored its highest audience in 17 years.
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The Nielsen Company said today that the final episode delivered a 13.3 household rating in the nation”s metered markets.
It was the highest number since February 1994. That”s when an Oprah episode called
People Shed Their Disguises got a 13.4 rating.
Metered market ratings measure roughly half the nation and can”t be translated into audience figures. A viewer count for the Oprah finale won”t be available from Nielsen for two weeks.
The metered market rating for Monday”s surprise farewell episode of “Oprah” logged a 10.2. Nielsen said Tuesday”s episode got a 10.7.