Transcript for Super-Fan Gets a Barbara Walters Tattoo
A big morning in times square. We just don't have enough time. There's so many moments we all remember. You don't want to sing to me? You don't want me to sing to you. Spare me. I would spare you that. It's great to have you here, Barbara. I'm very happy to be here. This is almost my last appearance. Except I'm going to supermarkets and opening them. Oh, no. I think this is your first appearance on "Pop news." Yes. Please, feel free. Jump in at any moment. We begin this morning with Barbara, of course. We all love her so. But one woman in New Orleans, she has a leg up on all of us. Thank you. Liz Dodd of New Orleans carries Barbara in her heart and on her calf, which is where she just had Barbara's face tattooed. What? Wow. "20/20." Yes. You live eternally on her leg. There's other places I could imagine for it. But that's okay. At least she shaved. At least she shaved. She says that she admires Barbara's ability to make people cry during her interviews because she says the truth hurts. And so did getting that tattoo. I would bet. A first even for you. The tattoo? Yes, it is. Don't try it. Ali will kill you. She will. Also in "Pop news" this morning, we all know we shouldn't swear. But there's a new study that shows going on an occasional profanity-laced tirade may be good for your health. Swearing can offer real pain relief without any drugs. It's a go-to coping mechanism that gives emotional relief, which can override physical pain. Pain, I said. Pain. Bleep. Bleep. Bleep. Bleep. Bleep. You feel better? I do. It's worse. I'm so glad. I always thought I feel cathartic. Now, I have justification. There's real medical proof. Bleep. Bleep. We're all going to have a great day. Feeling so much better. And finally, well, Barbara, we'd like you to meet a dog who is standing up for his right not to be groomed. This pomeranian was so upset when his owner had him shaved for the summer, that the owner says -- Whoa. He walked on his back paws for two days straight, in protest. With only occasional breaks, in which he leaned against the wall. My eyes. There's him leaning against the wall. Two days straight, he stood on his back legs. My cha-cha does nothing. Cha-cha does -- No. Why would she? Thank goodness she doesn't have to. How did you manage to make the puppy picture x-rated? It was x-rated? Oh, yeah. Yes. You know what you say? Bleep. I just wanted -- I just would like to point out -- That is good, guys. Barbara, I hope I have made you proud. On that note -- Are we going to move on?
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