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Music Applause. I'm so happy to be in the bubble. Aren't you all the luckiest people in the world? Oh my god, hi Oprah! So we have been so excited and eagerly anticipating this day. This campus has been buzzing since the announced announcement was made last week that you'd be coming here. And I received a lot of support and advice from my friends, which was really great. And I just wanted to say, I think the best advice I heard was, "Don't worry Amanda, if you mess up, Oprah can just interview herself." So if I falter, feel free to ask yourself some questions. And while I love again, but to get things started, I want I thought we'd frame today's talk with framing three sections with quotes of yours that you shared after wrapping up your 25th season and final season of The Oprah Winfrey Show. And I thought some of these quotes, I mean you share so much wisdom, but these really spoke to me and thought would be a great way to frame our discussion. So this first one that I will read for everyone and for you so you don't have to strain your neck, um, "You have to know what sparks the light in you so that you in your own way can illuminate the world." So I wanted to take this time to talk about your early career and how you discovered your calling. So let's go back to when you were college-age. Did you know that you wanted to get into TV and media specifically? No, I did not. I thought that I was going to be a teacher. I was in my sophomore class at Tennessee State University. I had already been working in radio since I was 16, and...