This Photo Of Oprah Tickling Trevor Noah Is The Most Adorable Thing We've Seen All Day
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Oprah and Trevor clowning around together already sounds like a good time.


Just in case you doubt us, you should know that Oprah and Trevor Noah did clown around.

And this photo of the television legend tickling The Daily Show host is the most adorable thing we've seen all day.

Fans ate it up.







Oprah appeared on Noah's show recently to discuss the backlash she received for her Leaving Neverland television special.

She sat down with the late Michael Jackson's accusers for Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland, an interview segment shown after the HBO documentary detailing the singer's alleged history of sexual abuse.

Oprah said she hadn't received "that much hateration since I did the puppy episode with Ellen [DeGeneres, the episode in which DeGeneres came out as a lesbian]."

She added:

"But when I saw that documentary, I realized that a lot of people are going to be triggered by watching it, and a lot of people will not understand what the pattern is."

You can watch the segment below:

Oprah Winfrey on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah | 11 April 2019 www.youtube.com

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