Quick. Somebody polish the silverware. Oprah's coming.

She'll be in Hamilton on Saturday April 13 soon after a stop in Montreal at the Bell Centre on April 11.

According to a press release Winfrey will "share stories and insights from throughout her life and illustrate ways attendees can take control of their lives to reach their full potential.''

The main event starts at 7:00 p.m. After that, there will be a question-and-answer session. When Oprah recently toured western Canada CBC-TV’s George Stroumboulopoulos played the part of celebrity interviewer.

In Vancouver, Winfrey talked about listening to your inner voice, whether you consider it the voice of God or, as she likes to say, "your emotional GPS," on the road to self-actualization.

Tickets are available through the Copps Coliseum Box office, Ticketmaster or by calling 1-855-872-5000.

Winfrey is best known for her hugely popular daytime television program. She turned away from a he-said-she-said tabloid talk-show format during the height of her popularity in the ‘90s to develop a program that included pop psychology, current affairs, and some couch-jumping celebrities, but mostly segments about "living your best life," complete with book clubs, favourite things and a-ha moments.