Guests who attended the taping of Oprah's final show on Tuesday know what's in store for viewers of the final episode airing today.

Fans leaving the taping on Tuesday stated that Oprah was the only person on stage as she reflected over the past 25 years. Audience members stated that Oprah had tears in her eyes as she said goodbye for the last time. 

Audience members stated that Oprah talks about lessons that she learned over the years. Harpo Studios have been hyping up the final episode, though the true content of the show continues to remain a secret. 

During an interview, Oprah stated (via The Associate Press), The night before I launched The Oprah Winfrey Show, I'd written in my journal . . . something about wanting God to be my guide and to lead me and allow me to be a vehicle for whatever the future, whatever the greater universe saw as the future for myself. And I think I've held as true to that covenant as I could.

I know for sure exactly what I knew when I came to Baltimore for the first time, when I came to Chicago for the first time. And that is, I don't know what the future holds, but I know who holds the future.

When asked who she would have like to interview, either dead or alive, Oprah states that she would have like to interview Jack Onassis and Elvis Presley. 

Last week, 13,000 fans and some of Hollywood's A-list came out to bid The Oprah Winfrey Show a final goodbye during the 'Farewell Spectacular.' Stars at the taping included, Beyonce, Tom Cruise, Will Smith, Michael Jordan, and Maria Shriver.

Beyonce performed her new single, Run the World (Girls), which seemed more than appropriate considering Oprah was ranked as the 3rd most powerful women in 2010.

Before the performance, Beyonce said to Oprah and 13,00 adoring fans, Oprah Winfrey, because of you, women everywhere have graduated to a new level of understanding of what we are, of who we are, and most importantly who we can be. Run the world, Oprah.

We can run the world!

Oprah watched with a look of amazement as thousands of fans danced in the audience, with lights in their hands, while Beyonce performed.

Oprah is leaving the talk show to devote more time to her cable network, which launched January.

Watch the video of Beyonce Performing 'Run the World (Girls) at the 'Farewell Spectacular.'

See images in our 'Picture This' section of who we believe would be in Oprah's little black book.

Watch the video Oprah Winfrey: in Her own Words, courtesy of The Associate Press: