Oprah and Financial Guru to Try to Help 'Octomom' Figure Out Her Financial Future
"Octomom" Nadya Suleman won't be a part of Oprah Winfrey's popular "My Favorite Things" episodes, during which the audience is showered with free swag, but there will be something offered to her: financial advice. And maybe the chance to salvage whatever is left of her dignity.
For Suleman, the hope is that Orman will help her figure out how best to stay on top of her finances and away fromthe charity of Steve Hirsch
of the adult-entertainment company Vivid.
Can Suze Orman save Octomom? Can anyone?
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