Barbara Walters Prepares To Sit Back and Enjoy The View
INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney spoke to TV legend Barbara Walters about her upcoming retirement from 50 years in television.
Barbara Walters’ legendary TV career is coming to an end. On May 15th, she will say farewell. She's retiring from The View after a remarkable 50 years in front of the camera.
She told INSIDE EDITION’s Diane McInerney, “Part of me says, 'Oh great, turn off the alarm and go back to bed.' Part of me is, 'What is it going to be like?'"
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Walters hasn't slowed down as her retirement approaches. Just last week, she scored a major scoop, the first interview with V. Stiviano, the woman at the center of the L.A. Clippers scandal.
INSIDE EDITION was invited behind the scenes at The View Thursday. On the set of The View there is a lot of speculation about how Walters will finally sit back and enjoy the view.
Walters blazed trails for so many journalists and she had a special message for Deborah Norville.
"She knows how I feel about her. You and Deborah and women like you who are so much younger, if I have a legacy it's you and Deborah,” said Walters.
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