Oprah Winfrey reduces Late Late Show's James Corden to tears

Angelo Anderson
March 15, 2018

'It wasn't until Oprah was speaking in her speech that you realise, "Wow there is going to be, the climate that my daughter is raised in is going to be so completely different then what I have become used to'". "As an interviewer you wanted that moment where you could have someone open up, be vulnerable enough to actually have an intimate connection and cry".

Leave it to Oprah Winfrey to relax in a custom, hand-carved bathtub made especially for her the shape of her body.

"I hope that I'll get to experience that again and I hope that Hollywood can normalise that, but I'm just not sure if I will have the privilege to experience that on the next set I go onto, which is unfortunate, but it may be true".

Witherspoon confessed she is an "overplanner", and scheduled activities for her co-stars to fill all of their spare time in between shooting the Disney fantasy film in New Zealand.

She said: "I just want people to be inspired". "Once on my show a father said, 'Every father has a dream for his children, '" she said, and already his eyes were welling up.

Winfrey, Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling play the three supernatural beings who help guide Meg Murry, a 13-year-old who loves physics, in a search for her missing father that involves saving the universe from impending evil. When Witherspoon started explaining how she liked to "helicopter" plan their days off, Winfrey asked if she could take over the story before slipping into an exaggerated impression of Witherspoon.

For this edition of the segment, Oprah & Co. got into their "A Wrinkle in Time" costumes for a pretty zany interpretation of the film, narrated by Corden.

In addition to the special live show, Oprah and the "A Wrinkle in Time" cast sat down for a chat with Corden on Monday night.

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