Oprah Reveals Her 2010 Favorite Things

November 19, 2010 |  by  |  Breaking News, Entertainment
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This is one list that’s better than Santa’s, for sure.

This afternoon, 20 merchants just got a LOT richer. In her yearly episode, Oprah revealed her list of Oprah’s Favorite Things for 2010. You know anyone on that list is about to have a VERY Merry Christmas. One site even crashed in the frenzy of crazed Oprah fans trying to buy one item on her list.

So.. what’s on Oprah’s Ultimate Favorite Things 2010 list?  Read on to find out!

For her very last Oprah’s Favorite Things episode, the billion dollar mogul went full force dolling out her top 20 faves of the year.

Top of her list was  (1) A Course in Weight Loss by Marianne Williamson. The New York Times best-selling author helps you get your mind, body and spirit aligned. Once your inner spirit is shiny, get your hair did with (2) Andre Walker Hair Care Products and then go chow down on (3) Beecher’s “World’s Best” Mac ‘N’ Cheese, made with award-winning, one year–aged signature cow’s milk cheese and their rich-and-creamy classic Jack cheese.

“The best part [is] it comes frozen,” Oprah says. “All you have to do is heat it up, and you’ve got yourself some good eatin’ from Beecher’s.”

Still hungry, try the (4) Breville Panini Press and get your sandwich on. Cut it in half with (5) Kyocera Ceramic Cutlery Set by Ming Knives and then store said knives in your (6) Elfa Customizable Closet System from the Container Store.

Along with food goodies, the big O doled out a (7) Five-Year Netflix Membership and a (8) Kiva Gift Card, Courtesy of Groupon. Remember that site that crashed? It was Groupon.

“Kiva.org, one of Oprah’s favorite organizations, is a site for people all over the world seeking small loans to start their own businesses. For as little as $25, you can help someone become an entrepreneur by donating to his or her project. And for some extra holiday cheer, the folks at Kiva and Groupon.com are helping match the loans that Oprah Show viewers make, up to $500,000! It’s an incredible way to help fund someone else’s dream.

As if these people need any more money – Oprah gave a shout out to (9) Decoded by Jay-Z and (10) The Beginning by the Black Eyed Peas.

She then got fancy with (11) Judith Ripka Eclipse Earrings made with canary crystal stones and white sapphire accents set in sterling and (12) Lafco House and Home Collection Candle Set to warm up with while wrapped in a (13) Long Sleeve Open Placket Cashmere Sweater and Cashmere Cable Throw by Ralph Lauren.

Naturally, she gifted her groupies with some of her own swag, like her (14) Limited Edition 25th Anniversary “Oprah” Watch by Philip Stein. It’ll match nicely with a (15) Season 25 T-Shirt from the O Store and (16) Lululemon Relaxed Fit Pants that go with those (17) Nike “Free Run+” Shoes to use after you wolf down (18) Ghirardelli Brownie Mix baked in Baker’s Edge Baking Pans.

Not fancy enough? Try this on for size: (19) Tory Tote and Reva Ballerina Flat by Tory Burch.

To top off this grand event, Oprah gave her audience a (20) Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera to snap shots while on a (21) Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas Cruise.

“Cruising, of course, is one of my favorite things,” Oprah says. “And you are going to have the time of your lives.”

If that doesn’t float your boat, she also threw in a (22) Sony BRAVIA LX900 HDTV with 3D.

Check out the products on Oprah’s Ultimate Favorite Things 2010 list:

Wait, I though it was only 20 things? I guess when you’re a rich as Oprah, you can do whatever you want.

And don’t miss this… Watch the final episode of Oprah revealing her Ultimate Favorite Things 2010:


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  1. OH my god I love Oprah

  2. My favs: #1: the cruise, #2: Judith Ripka, #3: Tory Birch stuff!

  3. She’s better than Santa!

  4. Today Oprah just gave away iPads and sparkly Uggs. Followed by a red patent leather Coach purse. Oprah is on a roll this holiday season!

  5. Yeah people are going nuts! Oprah’s favorite things is amazing.

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