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With his home just moments away from the Opera house, the Aussie star had opted to walk to the show's venue.When Oprah asked him what the difference was between Australian and American men, he stated, ‘Americans have better dental work’.
Unfortunately the star had to leave the party early to prepare for tomorrow.
The 56-year-old has been on a tour around Australia with a group of around 300 of her show audience members who all won the eight day, all expenses paid trip via Oprah's Big Give away.
The group were flown to Sydney and have been taken on various excursions including trips to Uluru (Ayer's Rock), Hamilton Island Wildlife Park in the Whitsundays and an excursion to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Four years later, the series was picked up by the American cable network Animal Planet.
At the peak of its popularity, the show aired in more than 200 countries.
Jay-Z undertook the generous deed after one of the school’s teachers wrote to Oprah explaining how much the students adored him.
The boys were then asked to come and watch the show's taping.The term 'Tall poppy syndrome' is commonly used in Australia to describe the effect when successful and talented people are resented or criticised because their talents or achievements are better than others.American rapper Jay-Z also arrived for a chat with the talk shown host, taking a break from visiting the country with his wife Beyoncé, as he tours with U2 for their Australia leg of the 360 Tour.On Sunday she joined her Australian tour group for a good old fashioned back yard barbecue.Clutching a beer in one hand and with a plate of salad and home cooked burgers in front of her, the chat show host sat at a picnic table and chatted with other guests as a man fired up the grill behind her.‘I think the best thing about Australia is mate ship,’ she told Oprah.‘Living with Steve was like standing in a cyclone,’ she continued with her eyes filled with tears. It was like the wind stopped.'Hysteria broke out as thousands of screaming fans flocked to Sydney's iconic opera house for the much-anticipated taping of the two shows - part of the talk show queen's final series.