(CNN/CBS) - Talk about a big oops! The WGN morning news team in Chicago accidentally hung up on Oprah Winfrey during a live phone interview Tuesday.
Web Exclusive: Chicago morning crew hangs up on Oprah
Dave Goldman , KYTX 8:00 AM. CDT March 20, 2014
Oprah was the first guest on the expanded morning newscast. She was talking about the new programming on her own network when the call suddenly went to a dial tone. Moments later, Oprah was back on the line and insisted the hang up wasn't her fault, joking, "Y'all got a few kinks to work out," says Oprah.
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