By Patrick Avenell

SYDNEY, NSW: Last night it was Breville that received Oprah magic touch, tonight it will be De’Longhi, with both brands benefitting from Australia’s continued love affair with the world undisputed queen of light entertainment.

According to preliminary ratings results from OzTam, almost two million people watched Channel Ten’s primetime Oprah in Australia special, which featured Oprah’s trips to the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru and Melbourne.

Whilst at the Reef, Oprah, her best friend Gayle King and around 100 of her fans had a beach barbeque catered for by celebrity chef Curtis Stone. At one point, Oprah was seen sipping a cocktail prepared in the Breville Juice & Blend BJB840. In earlier episodes of her show, Oprah has declared her love for another Breville product: the Panini Press.

In tonight’s instalment of Oprah’s Australian adventure, we will see Oprah cavorting on Sydney Harbour with Russell Crowe. As previously reported on, both Crowe and Oprah wear South Sydney Rabbitohs apparel emblazoned with the De’Longhi logo. De’Longhi is one of the Rabbitohs’ major sponsors.

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