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Oklahoman Sweet Brown Wins Kimmel's Clip Of Year

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Jimmy Kimmel & Sweet Brown Monday In L.A. Jimmy Kimmel & Sweet Brown Monday In L.A.
Sweet Brown's TV Debut in April (Image from KFOR-TV) Sweet Brown's TV Debut in April (Image from KFOR-TV)

A woman who "ain't got time" for a fire makes room in her schedule for a late-night honor.

ABC's Jimmy Kimmel named Sweet Brown's news appearance as his 2012 Clip of the Year.

Brown was in Los Angeles this week and the Jimmy Kimmel Live episode aired Monday night on Tulsa's Channel 8.

Brown, of Oklahoma City, appeared on KFOR-TV NewsChannel 4 this past spring. She was interviewed outside her apartment complex shortly after a fire.

In her candid interview, Brown described the scene and unknowingly turned a news story into a viral video.

Click here to see Jimmy Kimmel's Clip Of The Year Ceremony

She turned her viral fame into a clothing line with her signature "ain't' nobody got time for that" phrase emblazoned across T-shirts and other apparel.

Her website, sweetbrownapproved.com now shows she's even hired a public relations and appearance management firm.

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