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Watch: Barbara Walters Promises Bill O'Reilly She'll Never Ask About His Gay Secret


O'Reilly last night sparred with Barbara Walters about the "pinheads" on her 'Most Fascinating People' list, asking Walters if it was appropriate to ask Oprah if she's gay.

Walters says she wouldn't have asked Oprah if she knew she was trying to keep it a secret, like she did to Ricky Martin years ago.

"If you were trying to keep it a secret Bill, I wouldn't ask you. Promise."

Adds O'Reilly,later int he interview, "You didn't ask Palin if she's a lesbian?"


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  1. my question is why Walters would even waste a second of her time on this pathetic sack of shit?

    Posted by: EO | Dec 10, 2010 9:20:31 AM

  2. these two dried-up, dessicated corpses need to blow away already.

    Posted by: nic | Dec 10, 2010 9:27:40 AM

  3. For once that pathetic sack of shit was right. Walters is a cow for the status quo. Not only did she not ask Zza Zza Palin if she's a lesbian, but she didn't ask Justin Bieber if he was straight—she just assumed he is, asking him if he has a girlfriend. [Having him on at all was insult enough.]

    Off with her head!

    Posted by: Michael Bedwell | Dec 10, 2010 11:23:05 AM

  4. Piece.of.trash.

    Posted by: ila lwara | Dec 10, 2010 12:52:17 PM

  5. It's a shame Barbara Walters gave up a ground-breaking career as a journalist to become a "celebrity".

    Posted by: BobN | Dec 10, 2010 1:57:35 PM

  6. What's wrong with asking someone their sexual identity, especially if it's already a subject the public is talking about, and one they've already addressed, and they're living off their public image?

    What's WRONG is a journalist keeping a notable person's secrets. Sexual orientation is hardly a private thing. And controversies are not private. If you don't like attention, don't beg for attention.

    Posted by: Randy | Dec 11, 2010 12:42:27 AM

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