Oprah Winfrey Talks Las Vegas and Being Ellen's Neighbor on The Ellen Show

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What happens when two of the biggest giants in talk show television come together? Well, there is a whole lot of fun and even some very important words regarding the Las Vegas tragedy.

Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres sat down to chat about all of the current happenings in the world.

"I think this is a time for all of us to first of all appreciate the ordinary," said Winfrey.

"I still think about, not just on the anniversary of 911, I still think about it when im putting on my shoes or when I'm taking a shower."

Winfrey expressed that these are all ordinary acts because these tragedies happen on ordinary days. She continued to tell DeGeneres that people were excited to go out and have fun at the concert and they weren't able to go home.

Winfrey also praised DeGeneres for making everyone feel better with her show.

The two also chatted about being neighbors and being able to see each other just over their fence. You can hear all of these stories and more in The Ellen Show videos below.

Oprah Winfrey's new book "The Wisdom of Sundays" is will be available on October 17. It features quotes and passages from some of her greatest interviews.

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