Katy Perry recently opened up to Billboard about the time Barbara Walters scolded her for being late to a “10 Most Fascinating People of 2011” interview. Even though Perry thought it was the “coolest thing,” Walters took a moment to apologize on “The View.”
Singer Katy Perry recalls a time when Barbara Walters scolded her for being late to an interview.
In the latest issue of Billboard, the "Roar" singer, 28, looks back on the encounter, which happened to coincide with the demise of Perry's marriage to Russell Brand.
Could Katie Couric be walking away from her daytime talk show to replace Barbara Walters on “The View.”New York Daily News, “Katie may ultimately replace Barbara when she retires,” but an ABC rep denied the report, telling “Extra,” “The story is absolutely false.”
TV personality Jenny McCarthy has a new boyfriend and a new job! On Monday, Barbara Walters announced that McCarthy will be joining “The View” in September.
As veteran newswoman Barbara Walters looks to her retirement next summer, she already knows who she wants for her final interview… and it may surprise you. She’s looking for another sit-down with one of America’s most infamous mistresses, Monica Lewinsky.
It’s official; Barbara Walters is retiring! The veteran newscaster, 83, announced the news in a statement on Sunday, saying, "I am very happy with my decision and look forward to a wonderful and special year ahead both on ‘The View’ and with ABC News. I created ‘The View’ and am delighted it will last beyond my leaving it."
Walters stated, “No, you're stuck with me for a while!”
Everyone at the premiere agreed Walters should stay put. Regis Philbin said, “I'm glad she isn't! She shouldn't!” Rita Wilson chimed in, “Did you see the woman? She looks incredible! She's not going anywhere!”
As for the departing Joy Behar’s replacement, Walters said, “We haven't even begun to look.” Behar added, “ I'm sure they'll be giving me days off to let people try out.”
TV icon Barbara Walters’ anticipated retirement announcement on Monday never happened. Instead, the 83-year-old told “The View” audience that at least for now, she’s here to stay.