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VIDEO: Comedy Central's STEPHEN COLBERT Talks Oprah's Armstrong Interview

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On last night's The Colbert Report on Comedy Central, host Stephen Colbert speculated about what will actually be revealed in the upcoming "explosive" interview between Oprah Winfrey and cyclist Lance Armstrong.

"Security around the interview has been tighter than Lance's pants. So we know absolutely nothing about it." Joked Colbert. "So, of course, all the cable news networks are reporting about it." Check out the entire segment below!

"Lady O refuses to release any clip at all to the news media. But, instead, she sat down with her best friend Gale's best CBS This Morning co-host Charlie Rose to give us her reaction to what she won't tell us Lance Armstrong said," said Colbert.

Since no actual details of the interview have been released, Colbert decided to come up with his own ideas of what will be revealed on the show. "Ladies and gentlemen, Lance Armstrong... is banging Oprah." He went on to air some out-of-context quotes from the participants meant to prove his theory!

VIDEO: Comedy Central's STEPHEN COLBERT Talks Oprah's Armstrong Interview



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