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Oprah Winfrey Shared Her List of Favorite Things for 2007 on Tuesday's Show

November 21, 2007 (7:39 am) GMT
Oprah Winfrey unveiled the list of her favorite things this year during Tuesday's show.
Oprah Winfrey

It's back. is at it again. Having the Thanksgiving and Christmas spirit in her heart blooming, the talk show host is in her best giving mood these days and it appears to be true when she surprised the audience members of her show on Tuesday afternoon November 20th, showering them with her "Favorite Things."

Oprah Winfrey's "Favorite Things" is one of her most popular annual features during which audience members get one of everything that makes the cut of Oprah's the year favorite items, worth thousands of dollars.

As of this year, Oprah's annual list of favorite things includes her most expensive pick yet, which is a $3,799 HDTV fridge. "LG has literally thought of everything!" Oprah says of the high-tech cooler and entertainment system in one, which even boasts 100 built-in recipes for easy access.

Appeared to be Oprah's first favorite thing is Samsung Progressive HD Camcorder SC-HMX10C, worth $799.99, which she carried around with her all through Macon.

Check out all of Oprah's Favorite Things 2007, plus pictures and descriptions, at Oprah.com and watch the video of Oprah's audience going extremely excited when they find out they're in her "Favorite Things" show below.

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