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Barbara Walters aired her last "Most Fascinating People" special on Wednesday (Dec. 18), where she not only revealed her 10 most fascinating people of 2013 but took a look back at the past 20 years of doing the special.
Walters also selected her no. 1 most fascinating person for 2013, who she also declared as her most fascinating person of the past 20 years -- Hillary Clinton.
Walters points out that this is the first time Clinton has been interviewed by Walters when either she or her husband Bill Clinton weren't holding public office.
"It's a relief," says Clinton "because I knew that I wanted to get off the high-wire that I had been on for so long to spend time just doing things that do us a lot of joy -- playing with our dogs, going to movies, just hanging out."
Walters then presses her to answer about whether she's running for president in 2016 and Clinton is circumspect. »
Jennifer Lawrence sat down with Vogue to discuss paparazzi and the super "weird" past that made her the lovable star she is today. It turns out America's dream best friend had a pretty "unhappy" childhood.
"I was a weirdo," she said, candidly. “I’ve always just had this weird anxiety. I hated recess. I didn’t like field trips. Parties really stressed me out. And I had a very different sense of humor."
The "Hunger Games" star shares a few quirky stories -- for example, one about the time she thought it would be really funny to jump out the emergency exit of a moving bus. Yet, her experiences are less light-hearted than the movie star we've come to love. Lawrence was placed into therapy and heavily medicated for quite some time. In fact, her issues didn't really clear up until she left high school and properly pursued acting at »
- The Huffington Post
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