Fans didn't know what was in store for Wednesday's "Oprah Show" finale, taped at 1 p.m. Tuesday. But that didn't mean they weren't excited.
The sky's the limit for Oprah Winfrey's final show, taped in Chicago Tuesday afternoon and airing Wednesday.
A source close to "The Oprah Show" said the show won't be the party of giveaways and celebrity appearances that some may expect.
Celebs will be in the audience, according to the source, but the last show is "nothing special, just goodbye." There are several segments of Winfrey's favorite moments during the past 25 years.
It's hard to top last week's star-studded "spectacular" of back-to-back tapings for which thousands packed the United Center. But the hundred or so fans who lined up Tuesday morning at Harpo Studios to attend Winfrey's final taping, hoped the show would be one to remember.
Courtney McCracken, who attended the finale, said before the show that it's the most excited thing she's done since getting married and having a baby.
The finale was due to be taped Monday but was delayed until Tuesday for unknown reasons.