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Monday, 19 March 2012

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After telling the press that she was having to fire Rosie O'Donnell and cancel her show, a saddened, tearful Oprah left her press conference and went into her office.

Where she apparently did a fancy dance for a good ten minutes, according to a person who had came in to do an interview and was overlooked by Oprah when she came in.

"Those were crocodile tears", stated the Source who did not want to be identified fearing being black-listed. "She even grabbed a guy who was cleaning up and danced him all over the room. I guess he was a janitor."

According to the Source, Oprah sang a little tune about the fact that she had been wanting to do away with Rosie O'Donnell for many years. "It went something like, "She thought she could compete with ME! She thought she was going to replace me, you see!"

To this reporter, it sounded that it was to the tune to "Ding, Dong The Witch Is Dead!"

"The poor janitor was very surprised but finally she stopped, ran over to her desk and got out some money and gave it to the guy. That was when some really fancy dancing started. I guess it was quite a bit."

After all the dancing, the Source stated that Oprah began calling friends and laughed while talking to them for over an hour when she, the Source, finally got up and left.

"I don't think I want to work there."

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