Oprah Winfrey was in the hot seat for once in a rare role revesal when she appeared as a guest on Friday's episode of the "Steve Harvey" show.
The TV moguls talked shop and covered topics like home life, religion, aha moments, and what she missed most about hosting her own show.
“What I really miss is the camaraderie with the audience every day,” Winfrey told Harvey. “So when I’m watching your show and the whole ‘Ask Steve’ segment and your ability to connect to the audience, I did that for 25 years.”
She also shared a laugh with Harvey about a racey love scene with actor Terrence Howard in the upcoming Lee Daniels movie "The Butler." Howard made news last month when he talked about Oprah's bosoms in an interview.
Harvey has been teasing the episode since it was taped back in March. Winfrey said on Friday's show that the interview was the "ultimate role reversal."
“Oprah introduced me to a whole new audience when she had me on her talk show years ago,” he said in a press release for the episode. “So to now have her as a guest on my own show, in my first season, is a dream come true.”