December 12, 2020
Oprah Winfrey is in full holiday mode in a recent post that she shared on Instagram. The media mogul showed off her perfect girl's night in an amazing home theatre with her 'daughters.'
The video clip captured Winfrey, Dlomo, and Klass sitting on a huge cream couch with brown cushions. The entire room was filled with earthy tones with cream, white and brown furniture, and bright wall lighting.
At the start of the clip, the "Greenleaf" actress announced that the ladies were enjoying cups of apple cider and cinnamon, to which they clinked their white mugs and shouted "cheers."
Sitting calmly beside Winfrey was her beloved cocker spaniel, Sadie, whom the journalist was petting. Winfrey was dressed in long-sleeved checkered pajamas and had her legs folded under a tan blanket.
Dlomo and Klaas, who sat on either side of the renowned philanthropist, were dressed similarly in grey sweatpants, black tops, and white socks. Winfrey captioned the post:
"PJs + apple cider + @mariahcarey’s Christmas special on @appletv+ = the perfect girl’s night IN with @thando_d, @andronica_k, and of course, Sadie! "
As the video continued, the camera panned around to reveal a huge theatre screen showing Mariah Carey singing on a flying sled, while the ladies danced and sang along to the Christmas song.
Fans enjoyed their warm Christmas spirit and took to the comments section to express their sentiments. One fan wrote, "This is the energy 2020 needs, " while another quipped, "I wanna come over auntie."
Winfrey has been spreading her Christmas spirit since last month when she revealed her annual "Oprah's Favorite Things" list, which included everything from matching pajamas to jewelry and even gifts for dogs.
This year, Winfrey's list included majority Black-owned and Black-led businesses in support of the "Black Lives Matter" movement, which the "The Color Purple" actress fully supports.
Winfrey also shared another list to help her fans during what has been undoubtedly a challenging year for most. The actress revealed some of the books that helped her through difficult times.
Among the book recommendations were Ta-Nehisi Coates' "Between the World and Me,” which covers race and inequality in America, and the self-help book, "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle.