April 21st, 2011
04:19 PM ET
Before Oprah Winfrey leaves daytime TV, she's bringing back one of her most infamous guests: controversial writer James Frey. CNN has confirmed that Frey will appear on Winfrey's show sometime in May.
Winfrey helped to make Frey a best-seller when she endorsed his memoir "A Million Little Pieces," but after learning that some of the content was fabricated, the 57-year-old host had Frey join her on the show once more in 2006 for an interesting - and uncomfortable - interview.
That may all be water under the bridge now, though - a source reportedly told the New York Post that Winfrey has apologized for doling out such a tongue-lashing.
Whatever factored in the decision process, Frey's agreed to come back for another round with Winfrey and talk about what's been up for the past five years, as well as chat about his latest book, “The Final Testament of the Holy Bible,” which is set to release tomorrow.
The novel discusses what we would think of Jesus if he was to live in this contemporary time. Would he believe the same things? Teach the same lessons? Would we even notice him?
Ding, ding. Let the debates begin.
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