Months after Oprah Winfrey took heat for not bowing to pressure to have then Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin on her show, an invitation has been extended.
A show spokeswoman confirmed Friday that Palin has been invited to appear on the show now that the election is over.
Conservative groups and bloggers took issue with Winfrey after a series of articles -- first appearing on the Drudge Report -- chastised her and called her "bias" for not inviting Palin on her show.
"I declared back in May I was not going to use my show as a platform," Winfrey said.
I spoke out as a private citizen for the candidate of my choice, she added, echoing comments she said in a statement at the time.