Oprah Matches Teen's $50K Fundraiser For Girls To See 'A Wrinkle In Time,' Blesses Her With The Best Advice
She never disappoints.
Oprah Winfrey may not be running for president, but we'll gladly accept anything else she wants to do. Who's gonna stop her?
Mama O has been making her rounds as the world prepares for the release of A Wrinkle in Time. She stopped by Good Morning America where she discussed her role as Mrs. Which in the film.
The queen of surprises also met Taylor Richardson, a teenager who raised $50,000 so young girls can see the film. Winfrey matched her efforts and donated $50,000.
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In the sweetest part of the interview, Richardson asked Oprah, "What's some advice you would give girls that look like me that want to make a change in the world?" Oprah responded, "The highest honor on Earth that you will ever have is the honor of being yourself. Your only job in the world is to discover why you came, why you are here."
You can watch the clip above, and catch the rest of the gems Oprah dropped on us.
A Wrinkle in Time opens this Friday, March 9.