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Oprah's final show gets much Twitter attention

Talk show host Oprah Winfrey holding a copy of her book club choice, Sidney Poitier's autobiography "The Measure of a Man," during taping of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007 in Chicago.
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Oprah Winfrey
Talk show host Oprah Winfrey
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(CBS/What's Trending) - Oprah's highly publicized final season of her landmark daytime talk show "The Oprah Winfrey Show" has been eventful. From her interviews with both President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to her own personal struggle of realizing she had a sister that her mother had secretly given up for adoption, Oprah has lived up to the hype.

So it makes sense that part two of her "Farewell Surprise Spectacular" would trend on Twitter.

Aretha Franklin sang Amazing Grace, and recently separated Marie Shriver was in attendance along with Will and Jada Smith and a slew of other celebrities -- all of whom toasted the Queen of Daytime Tal). The Smiths, Shriver, and Franklin's rendition of Amazing Grace all managed to trend on Twitter. The biggest trend from the second to last episode, despite the big names in attendance, was the inclusion of Oprah's longtime partner Stedman Graham.

After the show surprised Oprah with a tribute from her boyfriend the term "Stedman" began to trend. The emotional tribute left the Twitter-verse speculating on whether or not he would pop the question during the episode or if he would ever pop the question to his billionaire girlfriend.

Here are a few of the common reactions from Oprah's mysterious boyfriend Stedman's rare appearance on Oprah's show:

The show's end should prove to be emotional and expect more trending from the Oprah show tomorrow as the star packed part three of the "Farewell Surprise Spectacular" airs.