TV talk queen Oprah Winfrey addressed over 12,000 adoring fans at Copps Coliseum on Saturday night.

The media mogul spoke for well over an hour, sharing anecdotes about her humble origins in small-town Mississippi to her path to becoming one of the most celebrated TV personalities of all time.

She finished her talk with the message "Feast on your life," imploring members of the audience to embrace positivity and to live in service of something greater than one's self.

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After her speech, CBC host George Stroumboulopoulos came on stage to interview Winfrey for a 20-or-so-minute question-and-answer session. The conversation topics varied wildly, with Winfrey addressing the sexual abuse she suffered as a child as well as her love of slippers.

Here's what attendees had to say about Oprah's visit on Twitter: