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Oprah Winfrey Cancels Her 60th Birthday Party Due To Guest List Issues

by Wochit 0:39 mins

Oprah Winfrey Cancels Her 60th Birthday Party Due To Guest List Issues

by Wochit 0:39 mins

The party's off! E! News has learned that Oprah Winfrey has cancelled celebrations for her upcoming 60th birthday. According to an E! source, the media mogul was slated to have a blowout bash, but the guest list was getting out of control so she decided to cancel. But it seems like she already rang in the special occasion with a little help from Soul Cycle. And it looks like she had a good time.

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