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The late co-founder of Apple is the first person who is posthumously included on the list as Walters argues, 'Rules were meant to be broken.'
During the interview, the judge/mentor on 'The X Factor (US)' dishes on the friction and sexual tension between him and Paula Abdul, claiming that she wanted him.
Other biggest names in pop culture also making it into the list are singer Katy Perry, Kate Middleton's sister Pippa and 'Modern Family' actors Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet.
ABC News would spread the sought-after interview over the course of two days including in a 'Nightline' special called 'Casey Anthony Not Guilty: Inside the Bombshell Verdict'.
When the annual special airs this December, viewers will watch Barbara Walters getting an inside scoop on the life of 'GTL' and her interview with the waiting princess.
Representing the entertainment field is the pint-sized singer who recently won Artist of the Year at 2010 American Music Awards.
The track is a cover version of Lesley Gore's 1963 hit 'It's My Party' and recorded for Quincy Jones' upcoming tribute album.
'There are a lot of pressures. That is one of the things I worried about when she signed with Disney,' Patrick Lovato expresses his concern.
Offering up tips to make anorexia victims see sense, the actress says, 'The thing that I would have responded to was, 'You look sick. You don't look well'.'
Talking about a chat with the top U.S. newswoman in 2002, the gay star says, 'She kept on going and going and going. I just wasn't ready... It was not my moment.'
The anchor woman's representative confirms that there's a lot of interest to pick up her autobiography but says no network has officially said yes.
The 80 years old wants the recovery of her heart surgery to coincide with 'The View' hiatus this summer.
Before singing the acoustic version of 'Never Let You Go', the Canadian pop singer says, 'I'm into people ... like Barbara Walters.'
Pressing the singer with the question on whether he is a gay or not during a 2000 interview, the veteran broadcaster realizes it was 'inappropriate'.
Slamming rumors suggesting that she's about to walk down the aisle with actor Frank Langella, Barbara Walters insists the reports are 'so ridiculous'.