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Oprah Winfrey on Terrence Howard: 'I do have big breasteses'

Oprah Winfrey finally responded to Terrence Howard's recent remarks about her "tig ol' bitties." Actually, she responded to other peoples' reactions to his comment about their love scene in the upcoming film "The Butler."

"Some people called me saying they were all offended, but I go, &'Will I do have big breasteses,'" the Queen of Media told talk show host Steve Harvey.

Winfrey returned to Chicago on Tuesday to tape an episode of "Steve Harvey" that will air April 26.

In director Lee Daniel's "The Butler," Howard and Winfrey's characters share a love scene, which Winfrey said Tuesday was supposed to be a little scene before Howard "misbehaved." Winfrey said Howard is "a misbehaving kind of boy."

In a recent interview with Movie Fanatic, Howard also said Winfrey is a "lovely, voluptuous woman." Watch Howard's comments below.

"This feels like the ultimate role reversal," Winfrey told Harvey during the Tuesday taping in which she sat with Harvey "for a frank and funny conversation about what they both love about Chicago, what she misses most about hosting her own talk show in the Windy City, the secret tips she's shared with Steve, what she has planned for OWN," according to a press release.

"Oprah introduced me to a whole new audience when she had me on her talk show years ago," Harvey said. "So to now have her as a guest on my own show, in my first season, is a dream come true."

NBC affiliate WMAQ-Ch. 5 broadcasts the show at 2 p.m. daily in Chicago; you can visit steveharveytv.com to check your local airtime.

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