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There aren't many yodelers in the world, but after today, there will be a few hundred more! Taylor takes the stage to teach Oprah and the audience a few basics. "Audience, stand up," Oprah says. "We're going to learn to yodel right here."

The first step? Repeat the letters A-E-A-E-O-O-O-O. Then, incorporate a common yodeling phrase, "Little old lady who."

"Then you put it into a yodel," Taylor says. "A-E-A-E-O-O-O-O, little old lady e-hoo!"
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FROM: Oprah's Search for the World's Smartest and Most Talented Kids
Published on November 17, 2008

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