Media mogul Oprah Winfrey shot down a tabloid report Tuesday that claimed she and longtime beau Stedman Graham were planning a wedding.

“6 people who know me well have called today congratulating me or surprised they weren’t invited to my wedding. IT’s NOT TRUE!!” tweeted the 62-year-old former talk-show host and now head of the cable channel OWN and other ventures.

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When one fan informed her, “It was in Star magazine!!!!!,” Winfrey responded, “Ok. I was like what’s going on??” Another fan kidded her, “So your friends were grocery shopping today,” prompting the reply, “Yep every one of them texted from a grocery store.”

Representatives for Winfrey additionally confirmed to, “The report is untrue.”

Winfrey and self-help author and management consultant Graham, 65, have been together since 1986 and had planned to marry in 1993. While interviewing writer-producer Shonda Rhimes on the OWN show “SuperSoul Sunday” in November, Winfrey recalled, “I wanted Stedman to want to marry me. The moment he asked me to marry him I was, like . . . ‘Now I actually have to get married?’ “

Concerns over the scheduling of a Winfrey book project, which never materialized, prompted Graham to suggest postponing the wedding, she explained. “I said, ‘OK.’ And that was it. We have never discussed it again.”

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She added, “What I realized is, I don’t want to be married because I could not have the life that I created for myself . . . I knew that I couldn’t do it.”