Barbara Walters, co-host of The View, passed away on Friday, December 30, aged 93. The View’s official social media website paid tribute to her by uploading an upload. a picture and write that they are so lucky to have Walters as their creator, co-worker and friend. The article continues:
“She was a pioneering television personality who broke many barriers as a woman in the profession, including founding ‘The View’ in 1997 to advocate for women’s perspectives. We are honored to be a part of her legacy. She will be missed and missed for the rest of her life.
CNN host Don Lemon also expressed his grief, noting that Walters is a great TV personality. Lemon also said that he enjoyed spending time with Walters in person and that sitting next to her and hearing her talk at the dinner party was one of his favorite memories with the co-host of The View. He ended by writing:
“I was in awe of her. Barbara Walters, rest with respect and admiration.”
Cindi Berger, the late journalist’s publisher, said that Barbara Walters passed away peacefully at her home, surrounded by family members.
Barbara Walters suffers from dementia as well as several other health problems.
Barbara is said to have suffered from dementia after retiring as a journalist. Her health has deteriorated in recent years, despite the fact that she has never mentioned her health problems to her admirers and followers. According to RadarOnline, she never gets out of bed and has trouble recognizing her friends. According to the source, she felt tired, lethargic, anxious and agitated. In addition, Barbara had aortic stenosis and a defective aortic valve, both of which required surgery in 2010. The problem was resolved and a few days later, her spokesperson revealed that the case The surgery went well and she is fine.
When Whoopi Goldberg mentioned her on The View four months ago, her followers were concerned about her health. Although Goldberg did not mention Barbara’s health, her less public appearance added to public concern.
Barbara Walters is appreciated for her work with ABC.
Barbara Walters first appeared on NBC’s The Today Show in 1961 and then became a co-host in 1974. She quickly joined ABC and spent two years as co-host of the ABC Evening News. In 1979, she became the host of ABC’s 20/20 show. Barbara has interviewed celebrities such as Vladimir Putin, Jiang Zemin, Indira Gandhi, Vaclav Havel, Michael Jackson, Katharine Hepburn and others as a journalist. She joined The View as a co-host in August 1997 and hosted the show until 2014.
Barbara Walters (Source: Twitter)
The journalist worked for ABC until 2016 and announced in May 2013 that she would step down as host in May 2014. In 2015, she returned to host some 20/20 episodes. Barbara is also the host of the documentary series Investigative Discovery of America’s Scandal. She was elected to the Television Hall of Fame in 1989 and was honored with a star on the 2007 Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her daughter, Jacqueline Danforth, whom she adopted with her second husband, Lee Guber , survived the late journalist.