Barack Obama supporter Oprah Winfrey will be there when he accepts the nomination later this month in Denver, Colo., a Harpo rep confirmed this afternoon.
Oprah pal Gayle King told Entertainment Tonight that Winfrey will be there during Obama's acceptance, however, there are no plans for her to take the stage at the acceptance speech.
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A representative from Harpo said earlier reports about Winfrey renting a $50,000 house during the week of the Democratic National Convention in Denver are "untrue."
"Oprah has not been asked to introduce him, is not expecting to be asked to introduce him and I would doubt that she would want to introduce him. She thinks this is HIS moment. I know that she is planning to be there," she told ET.
King will broadcast her Oprah and Friends XM Radio show from the convention starting Aug. 25.