Does that mean that the man Rolling Stone magazine called the "New King of Sex" thinks he's sexy? He couldn't say for sure, but added, "I'll hold onto that title for as long as I can."
MySpace, the social networking site, is bigger than Google, Yahoo and YouTube, and its founders, Chris DeWolfe and Tom Anderson, might have more friends than anyone on the planet.
MySpace has millions of users in more than 23 countries, and it is changing the way we communicate. The team behind it — 32-year-old Anderson and 41-year-old DeWolfe — preside over the online empire from their hip new sprawling headquarters in Los Angeles. It's the one office in America where going on MySpace is encouraged.
DeWolfe and Anderson met seven years ago when DeWolfe was an executive at an Internet company and Anderson was applying for a job.
"The thing I love about him is he always has a million different ideas when most people don't have any," said DeWolfe.
MySpace was one of those ideas. Anderson's inspiration was Friendster, a popular networking site that banned self-promotion. Anderson thought if you allowed members to promote themselves, you could really grow.
"He said, we could create the next, you know, huge portal on the Internet and do it all around social networking, and it's gonna be the biggest thing ever," recalled DeWolfe, adding that his initial response was, "I said, 'Oh let me think about it.'"
They launched MySpace in January 2004, and within a year it had more than 20 million members. In 2005, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. bought the company for $580 million. Anderson and DeWolfe remained in charge, and they say the partnership works because they have different roles — Anderson is technical and creative; DeWolfe is the money guy. Anderson calls it "a great partnership."
"I don't have patience for a lot of the stuff that he does, and he doesn't have patience for a lot of the stuff that I do," said DeWolfe. "So it works out well."
In fact, it works so well that MySpace has become America's bulletin board. You can find just about anything on it, from skateboarding tips, to the next hot rapper, to your college roommate, to your favorite presidential candidate.
"The next president of the United States is gonna be a MySpace member," said DeWolfe.
"It's surreal, it's … it's humbling," he said. "It's just become ubiquitous, and it's crazy to think that that's happened in such a short time."
No one could argue that Emmy winner and "Grey's Anatomy" star Katherine Heigl hasn't had a fascinating year. Last year, if you weren't a fan of "Grey's Anatomy" you probably didn't know Katherine Heigl from Sandra Oh. But in 2007 Heigl starred in "Knocked Up," one of the biggest comedies of the year. She also got engaged to rock star Josh Kelley.
"Overwhelming is the first word that comes to mind," Heigl told Walters, when asked to describe the last year. "Probably because it's so much all at once, and so fast."
But to those who say she's an overnight sensation, Heigl said, "It's been a really, really long haul."
Katherine Marie Heigl, or Katie as she likes to be called, was raised as a Mormon in Connecticut with her four siblings. She started to model at age 9, which led to commercials and then movies and television.