Oprah Winfrey wanted role in 'Doubt', talk show host says

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Even the most powerful in Hollywood don't always get their way.

Earlier this week in an interview with Meryl Streep on her daytime talk show, Oprah Winfrey says she asked to audition to play "Mrs. Miller" in the film "Doubt" because she felt connected to the part and wanted to work with Streep.

Winfrey was turned down and the role was given to Viola Davis. Should Winfrey have gotten the part?

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no! if this woman has friends, they should be giving her real input...caring advice.

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