The conspiracy theorist posted a secretly recorded chat with Kelly ahead of the broadcast of their NBC interview.
Adding fuel to the controversial buildup to Megyn Kelly’s upcoming interview with Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist released late Thursday a secretly recorded conversation with the NBC host. And it is not flattering to either party,...Show More Summary
Kelly promised a fair hearing but also warned she wouldn't be a wilting violet — and to drive that home, she took a pointed shot at T.V. legend Barbara Walters.
Megyn Kelly officially made her NBC debut on Sunday with the premiere of her much-buzzed-about newsmagazine — but at least one Daily Show personality isn't buying into the hype. RELATEDMegyn Kelly Asks Putin: Do You Have Something Damaging...Show More Summary
“Sorry, Megyn, you’re not the new Barbara Walters.”
The Daily Show contributor Michelle Wolf called out Megyn Kelly tonight for not "owning her past" in cable news in her debut on NBC.
What did Barbara Walters do to Jaymes Mansfield?
TV LINEUP 10:30 a.m. Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2017 Academy Awards A preview of Oscars night includes extensive entertainment insight to prepare pop culture fans for the 2017 Academy Awards. (E!) 11 a.m. Barbara Walters’ Top Oscar Interviews of All Time (KABC) Noon The Academy Awards...
Since she sat down for an interview with Barbara Walters a decade ago, Jazz Jennings has been one of the youngest transgender women to receive national attention. Now, 16-year-old Jazz, who has her own show on TLC and a bustling YouTube channel, is back in the spotlight thanks to a new item that bears her likeness. Show More Summary
Jazz Jennings was interviewed by Barbara Walters when she was just 6 years old in a special 20/20 episode. The program made her one of the youngest people ever to talk publicly about being transgender. Now 16, Jennings is still a vocal advocate for young people in the transgender community. Read more...
Ms. Jennings, 16, star of “I Am Jazz” on TLC, vaulted into the national spotlight after being interviewed by Barbara Walters 10 years ago.
“I’m just a normal kid,” Erik Menendez says. Across the table, Barbara Walters’s head cranks backwards and her eyelids go all the way up. “Erik! You’re just a normal kid who... killed your parents!” Nodding sadly, Erik whispers, “I know.” The...Show More Summary
NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik appeared on the NPR-produced midday show Here and Now on Wednesday to discuss Megyn Kelly’s move from Fox News to NBC. He twice praised her for “cannily” negotiating herself across the media spectrum -- strange new respect which might make a conservative think she’s headed straight to the left. Show More Summary
It is never too late to make up for the lack of scrapbooks and mementos you feel guilty about not having. Instead, it is time to channel your inner Barbara Walters.
Now that the year George R. R. Martin seemingly wrote is finally winding down, we've got some Regina George'ing to do with some of its key players. So step aside, Barbara Walters, we've got some earth to scorch:...
In several never-before-seen clips with Michael Jackson himself, as well as recent interviews with his brother Tito Jackson and nephew TJ Jackson, Barbara Walters attempts to understand one of the most fascinating figures of the last century. The post “Barbara Walters Presents”: Michael Jackson, The Troubled And Enigmatic “King Of Pop” appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Not only does Talk co-host Julie Chen believe the rumors that Barbara Walters is upset with The View, she also thinks the seasoned journalist has every right to be. Chen visited Watch What Happens Live! on Tuesday night where host Andy Cohen asked her about the recent reports that Walters is furious with the show and the network. Show More Summary
Who knew daytime TV could be so dramatic?! On Tuesday night, The Talk's Julie Chen stopped by Watch What Happens Live! to discuss the never-ending drama with The View and she did NOT hold back! Related: Did Whoopi Goldberg Sabotage Paula Faris? When WWHL host Andy Cohen asked Chen her opinion on the chaotic show, she made a [...]
Last week, Page Six reported that Barbara Walters, co-creator of The View is beyond disappointed by what ABC has done to the show since her departure, writing that she “fears the show will be remembered for its petty backstage bickering and revolving door of talent.” Read more...
Leona Helmsley, New York real estate tycoon, was often called “Queen of the Palace” after the advertisements that showcased her high standards for her Palace Hotel that she owned with husband Harry Helmsley. But she was also known as the “Queen of Mean” for her treatment of anyone she deemed beneath her... Show More Summary