There have been many cases in which stars have come to us first to break the news because they knew the pressure was on. They wanted to have it on the air so that they could give their honest evaluation of the situation.
Many have been with the show for years, and they have sources in the business, so we do know things, but until it is verified, we don't run with the story.
I honestly, sincerely love what I do.
It's nice to help remember somebody who really made a very positive difference in the world.
Traffic is one of the most powerful films to come out in recent years. It blew me away.
I can't think of a major story that we have broken that was incorrect. But we have had to correct some things that were false; we have had to retract things.
In a lot of cases, as in Tom and Nicole's case, the tabloids were about to break the story, so they said just let the news out. And they called organizations such as ours.
People do want to know the personal things. How far is too far to go with personal lives?
The pressure to be timely with news has increased every year.
As journalists, we keep pushing and pushing.
At these award shows, I love to see what people are going to wear.
I am actually wearing slacks on the show more than I ever have - it is now acceptable, and I like mixing it up.
Julia Roberts is a favorite. Everybody loves her in the Hollywood community. The public adores her.
Macauley Culkin was on the show a lot. Or Haley Joe Osment.
People magazine had been around for a short period of time, but nobody had thought about putting entertainment news on a nightly basis on television.
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