'Call Me the Queen of Media': Girl Performs Perfect Oprah Tribute

A mother from Detroit has captured her five-year-old daughter’s tribute to Oprah Winfrey on camera, with the adorable 45-second impersonation taking in classic moments from the talk show host’s career.

Kenya White told Storyful, that her daughter, Rosie, loves “to dress up and learn about notable African American women.”

The quickfire tribute sees Rosie don glasses and say lines like “I am Oprah Winfrey, I’m a global icon. Just call me the queen of media.”

Rose also impersonates some of Winfrey’s most recognizable onscreen moments, including her often-parodied “you get a car” line, as well as her appearance in Steven Spielberg’s 1985 movie The Color Purple.

White told Storyful that the footage was recorded on March 20.

Rosie has previously gone viral with impersonations of Michelle Obama and Vice President Kamala Harris. Credit: Kenya White via Storyful

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