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Oprah Winfrey spotted dining in Montgomery

Oprah Winfrey waves to a small crowd after eating at a restaurant in Montgomery. (Viewer photo) Oprah Winfrey waves to a small crowd after eating at a restaurant in Montgomery. (Viewer photo)
TRUE restaurant in Old Cloverdale. TRUE restaurant in Old Cloverdale.
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Oprah Winfrey, one of the producers of the feature film 'Selma' was spotted dining at a Montgomery restaurant Monday evening.

The media mogul visited TRUE, a restaurant in Montgomery's Old Cloverdale.

Winfrey smiled and waved to a small neighborhood crowd as she came out of the restaurant.

Read more on the making of the movie that brings Winfrey to Central Alabama HERE.

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