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It's the hottest ticket in television and the most magical time of the year around Harpo Studios. "I can't even remember how the idea started to do 'Favorite Things,' but [it] has actually turned into one of my favorite things," Oprah says. "It's the fun of it. It's sharing that moment with 300 other people. It's acknowledging that surprise and fantastical, sensational, wonderful happy things can still occur in your life. That's what 'Favorite Things' is all about."
Now that the show only has one more chance to pull off the biggest surprise of the year, Oprah wants to take 'Favorite Things' to the next level. "It's like getting to experience Christmas morning through the eyes of everybody else who's going to to receive all these wonderful gifts," Oprah says. "I went into 'Favorite Things' this year knowing that I'm going to do it and do it as big and loud as we can."