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While recovering in the hospital from a fall in Washington D.C., Barbara suffers chicken pox which Joy Behar jokingly blames it on Honey Boo Boo.
The ABC News presenter is pleased to inform her fans that her recovery 'is going in the right direction' and she will leave hospital after her fever is gone.
The ABC News anchor reportedly fell on the stairs at Britain's ambassador to the United States and cut her forehead.
The director of CIA becomes the talk of the town this year after his affair with Paula Broadwell was revealed to public.
The 'View' host loves the relationship between Alana Thompson and her mother, June Shannon, saying, 'It's very touching.'
One Direction and 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author EL James are put in the same list of the most fascinating people this year.
The NBC freshman starring Jesse Spencer gets its back nine order after posting a season high rating on its latest episode.
Enjoy adventurous films like 'Breaking Dawn II' and 'Life of Pi' or drama-packed pics like 'Hitchcock' and 'Silver Linings Playbook' to welcome the November festivity with the loved ones.
Rumor has it, the 'Mean Girls' star's new PR is dissatisfied with the direction ABC wanted to take the interview, so they pull her out of the scheduled '20/20' appearance.
The host of 'The View' says she tried to reach out to Nicki's team but got no answer, adding that she understands why Mariah hired extra security after the intense catfight on 'American Idol'.
Carey told Barbara Walters that her fellow 'American Idol' judge was heard as saying, 'If I had a gun I would shoot the b***h'.
The ABC News contributor denies that the network offers a lot of money to interview Kate Middleton's sister, but admits that she is interested to have a chat with the party planner.
In defense of her family's fame, Kim Kardashian tells the '10 Most Fascinating People of 2011' host that getting people to fall in love with them for being themselves is a challenge.
The 'View' co-host sparks rumor that she's retiring next year after allegedly telling President Barack Obama, 'I need one more interview with you because I'm retiring next year.'
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.'