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You kind of hurt my feelings, Barbara Walters.
As you head off into the sunset of retirement in 2014 as the reigning doyenne of celebrity journalism, you had this to say to The New York Times.
The answer to the question of whether "24" could return to Fox is now an unequivocal "yes."
Fox's Chairman of Entertainment, Kevin Reilly, confirmed to press during a conference call on Monday that Kiefer Sutherland's Agent Jack Bauer is back in an event series that'll run over 12 weeks.
Katy Perry spent Saturday night gyrating on Mick Jagger, and she's shouting it from the rooftops er, Twitter.
The pop star joined the Rolling Stones in Las Vegas as part of their "50 and Counting" tour. She took the stage and rocked out with the legends on "Beast of Burden."
Barbara Walters received not one but two standing ovations as she announced her impending retirement on "The View" Monday.
Her words have been expected for weeks now, as the anticipation that Walters was going to retire has been at a high since March. Last month, Walters had to go on air to say that she didn't have an announcement ... yet.
But on Monday, "After all the speculation and rumors, I promised you that if I had anything to announce you would hear it first here," Walters told "The View's" audience as she took a seat next to co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Joy Behar.
We hope you didn't get too attached to NBC's new comedies last fall, because the network has cleaned house.
Along with the cancellations of "Whitney" and "Up All Night," newbies "Guys With Kids," "1600 Penn," "Go On" and "The New Normal" have also gotten the ax.
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