Nothing can give you the feels quite like a walk down memory lane.
Gayle King became emotional while talking about the impact her longtime friend Oprah Winfrey has had on the world. The CBS This Morning co-host held back tears while recapping a visit to Winfrey’s new exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
“When I see all the things that are in this room, it is getting to me,” she said. “At the bottom line, she really is a good human who just wants to do good in the world.”
The Smithsonian exhibit, called “Watching Oprah,” honors Winfrey’s legacy and explores the impact she’s had on culture throughout her career. Starting with significant historical movements that have influenced Winfrey to some of the media mogul’s most iconic moments on her show, the exhibit chronicles her impressive career.
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