Oprah Hasn't Landed O.J. Simpson Confession -- Yet

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A Harpo rep tells THR online rumors are "not true."

Oprah Winfrey hasn't landed that confession from O.J. Simpson -- yet.

Despite a National Enquirer report that Simpson confessed from prison to murdering ex wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, a rep for Harpo tells The Hollywood Reporter, "That's not true."

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Oprah has said she's determined to get Simpson's confession. He was acquitted or the murders in 1995.

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Speaking at NCTA’s annual Cable Show in Chicago last week, she said, "I have a dream of O.J. Simpson confessing to me" as the audience cheered.

"And I am going to make that happen people," she promised, admitting it was "not that lofty" of a goal.

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“I don’t just want the interview,” Oprah continued. “I want the interview on the condition that you are ready, Mr. Simpson.”

Her follow-up show, Oprah's Next Chapter, premieres on OWN in January.

Simpson was reportedly going to admit to the murders in a book called "If I Did It…." After the book sparked outrage, HarperCollins cancelled the plans and publisher Judith Regan was forced out later that year.


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