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Barbara Walters

Barbara Walters
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Barbra Jill Walters
Birth Date: 
September 25, 1931
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Brookline, MA
Journalist / TV Host
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She’s had quite the roller coaster ride of a life over the past few years, and Katy Perry reconciled with Barbara Walters during her chat on “The View” yesterday (September 30).

Back in 2011, the “Hot N Cold” songstress was named to Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating People list, though when it came time to do the interview she showed up well past the scheduled time.

12:40 pm

She’s anchored the nightly news, interviewed heads of state, and relished her role as a serious journalist. But as she approaches retirement, Barbara Walters has something bigger on her mind: Michael Bublé's privates.

While the singer guested on “The View” Monday, the ladies noticed he had a small padlock linked to the zipper on his jeans. As they demanded to know who put it there and why, the 38-year-old simply said, "It's obvious none of you have ever dated an Argentinian," (referring to his wife, Luisana Loreley).

8:15 pm

Honoring the best on the small screen, the Television Critics Association held their Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday night (August 3).

There weren't too many surprises, as "Breaking Bad" nabbed Program of the Year, with HBO's "Game of Thrones" earning Outstanding Achievement in Drama.

12:54 pm

It’s been a recurring rumor for quite some time, and finally Barbara Walters has confirmed she’ll be saying goodbye to “The View” next summer.

The legendary journalist made the big announcement last night (May 12), noting that she’ll still serve as an executive producer following her departure.

8:26 am

For the third year in a row, The Hollywood Reporter released its list of the 35 Most Powerful People in Media.

The list encompasses "a mix of the A-list movers and shakers who control what we consume — an influence that extends to entertainment and much, much more."

8:00 pm

After a couple of major media outlets reported that Barbara Walters would be retiring in May 2014, Babs herself addressed the news on "The View" on Monday (April 1).

The 83-year-old journalist told viewers, "There were many reports last week that I was retiring from ABC and there was an assumption that I would be making an announcement today. The paparazzi were outside my home today . . . however, here I am, and I have no announcement to make."

7:02 pm

She's been in the broadcasting spotlight for almost half a century, and now sources claimed today (March 28) that Barbara Walters will be retiring in May 2014.

The ABC News vet will continue as "The View" co-host through the next season as the show reportedly says farewell to Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck.

3:42 pm

After being MIA since her hospitalization during the presidential inauguration, Barbara Walters is ready to return to her seat on "The View."

On Tuesday morning, the 83-year-old journalist phoned into the show to announce that she would be back on Monday. Speaking with the whole crew, including her substitute, Brooke Shields, she shared, "I really miss you."

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One day after announcing she had the chicken pox, Barbara Walters was released from a New York City hospital on Tuesday afternoon (January 29).

After a brief stay due to a fall at an Inauguration event earlier this month, the "View" host was gaining back her strength when she came down with a fever.

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After a health scare two weeks ago, more information surfaced about Barbara Walters condition on Monday (January 28).

According to reports, the 83-year-old talk show host was diagnosed with a severe case of the chicken pox.

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