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By Chris Witherspoon

As if launching her ‘OWN’ network is not enough, Oprah can add another prestigious title to her legacy. She has been chosen to be the godmother to Jay-Z and Beyoncé‘s newborn daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.

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According to RadarOnline, the couple has chosen the iconic media figure to be Blue’s godmother, as they have grown increasingly closer to her.

Jay-Z’s best friend, Tyran “Ty Ty” Smith, is has allegedly been chosen to be Blue’s godfather. Beyoncé and Jay-Z reportedly did not want Blue’s godparents to be blood-related.

Earlier this month Oprah reportedly sent over a trunk of children’s books to Blue as her baby gift. And In 2010 the talk show titan named Jay-Z’s book Decoded as one of her “Favorite Things,” saying how impressed she was by it after the rapper sent her an advance copy.

For more on this story, go to theGrio.

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