On "The View" Tuesday, Barbara Walters described her experience Sunday at the wedding of Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell, who is Walters' second cousin.
"He called her 'My Valentine'," Walters said, saying the ceremony was very special.
Veteran journalist Barbara Walters is likely to speak with "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Taylor Armstrong in the reality star's first interview since the suicide death of her estranged husband, Russell.
A source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com that Taylor has been approached by several media outlets, and while she is willing to talk about her ordeal, the reality TV star wants do it with someone she trusts.
Hollywood's A-listers were tangled in a web of red carpet madness for the long-awaited opening night of Broadway's spine-tingling musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."
U2 frontman Bono, who composed the music for the play with bandmate The Edge, received a standing ovation from the audience after the show. "Extra's" AJ Calloway caught up with the musicians and remarked on the troubles the musical has faced, including being delayed six times due to a number of technical and directorial issues, as well as cast and crew injuries.
"The View" host Barbara Walters told "Extra's" Mario Lopez at the 8th Annual Red Dress Awards that she isn't planning to retire - at least for now.
"I won't be retiring to do something else because I love what I'm doing now. When I retire, I am leaving," the 81-year-old Walters said.
Lopez hosted the New York event, which raises awareness for the American Heart Association - which is something "very dear" to Walters' heart, having had her own open heart surgery last May.
Barbara Walters has selected the people she found most fascinating in 2010.
So far, the list includes teen singing sensation Justin Bieber; Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock; basketballer LeBron James; MTV's "It" kids -- the cast of "Jersey Shore"; "American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez; Princess-to-be Kate Middleton; former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, and 88-year-old comic genius Betty White.
Walters is holding out on the last two names and will reveal her choice for the top spot when the show airs tonight at 10:00 PM on ABC.
"American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez, the "Jersey Shore" kids and teen singing sensation Justin Bieber are just a few of Barbara Walters' picks in her "10 Most Fascinating People of 2010" special.
"We have quite an eclectic list this year, but every subject has truly fascinated and entertained us this year," Walters said.
Watch the sneak peek!
Others on the list include future British Princess Kate Middleton, Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock and NBA star LeBron James, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and 88-year-old comedienne Betty White.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has been named one of Barbara Walter's 10 Most Fascinating People of 2010. During the special, set to air December 9, Palin said she has a shot at becoming the first female US president.
"I'm looking at the lay of the land now," Palin said. "Trying to figure that out, if it's a good thing for the country, for the discourse, for my family, if it's a good thing."
When asked by Walters if she could beat President Barack Obama in the 2012 election, Palin replied, "I believe so."
"The View" co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar took a calmer moment this morning to discuss the blowup with FOX News host Bill O'Reilly last Thursday.
"He started with me as soon as he sat down," Goldberg explained, referring to O'Reilly's comments on the Muslim mosque being built near Ground Zero, which culminated in the newsman declaring "Muslims killed us on 9/11."