Transcript for A First on 'Dancing With The Stars'
I credit -- time beginning with a history being made in the ballroom for the first time on Dancing With The Stars -- six partners last night you. -- avenue Barings allowed some celebrities to climb up the leaderboard Meryl Davis traded Brothers and danced the tango and voucher McCloskey. They got the high score 39 out of forty. Candid camera and her and her partner Tony got the lowest score twenty -- -- forty the good news for all of that it was a non elimination -- -- online couples will be back next. Passing a little curveball thrown in their right yeah. Making a -- a little bit yeah. We now know when Barbara Walters will sign off from the groundbreaking daytime talk show that -- -- back in 1997 Barbara's final day co hosting the view will be Friday may sixteenth that same night ABC will air a two hour special highlighting Walter's life and career. And -- -- it's no surprise you will still remain with the show as executive producer it's a career that has -- who long long time started as. And editor at redbook magazine and then she -- television creation of a look back. It's I mean she's interviewed every head of state you know and current -- the next it's just incredible and but he knows that you people forget it's you know you're sitting right here you so much to Barbara Walters she really broken all down for women in this instance it and just what I hear yes -- -- All right well one -- and and an airtight story to mention Lady Gaga has performed the final show at the historic Roseland Ballroom here in New York. We've got nothing like that a home. Hi Larry every night very good -- -- -- got about Goodell wants from Houston hello tinged hair. As the show ended she kneeled down and hits the stage. Our -- fixture on the New -- music -- since opening at its midtown Manhattan location in 1956. Other acts. They have performed there including Romans is done about -- is -- and Madonna with clothing stores because of the skyrocketing rent here is a secret that nobody at home -- -- You also have an outfit like that I Wear it on the other night -- -- so you where we learn from each other. Kirstie Alley under fire for -- Jenny Craig commercial sparking a backlash on social media. -- I want to come home. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- is known for joking about her struggle with her weight at 63 years all this is her second stint as a Jenny Craig spokesperson viewers took to Twitter after the commercial air calling it offensive and demeaning. She admits it's not been politically correct but she didn't mean any harm. --
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