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The titan of talk show hosts Oprah Winfrey is all set to sit a spell with her old friend Newark Mayor Cory Booker on her OWN program Oprah’s Next Chapter.’

SEE ALSO: Shame On You, Booker

Oprah, who has been an avid supporter of Mayor Booker, has reportedly donated millions to Newark schools and organizations.  The pair are expected to chat it up as old friends do on subjects like Mayor Booker’s near-death experience in a burning building, his political plans for the future, and, of course, his love life.  Inquiring minds want to know why, at the age of 43, the political dynamo is still unhitched and is even sans a baby momma?

Watch the preview of Oprah’s time with Booker here:

The always charismatic Mayor Booker, who up until this point had a good relationship with the Obamas, recently stopped the presses when he said publicly that he found the tone of the presidential campaign “nauseating,” regarding Obama’s attacks on GOP candidate Mitt Romney and his former private equity firm, Bain Capital.

While the controversy surrounding his comments has yet to die down, check out “Oprah’s Next Chapter” Sunday, May 27, at 9/8 central to get the skinny on the mayor of a town that once had the dubious distinction of being referred to by Money Magazine as “The Most Dangerous City in the Nation.”

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