Transcript for Gossip columnist Liz Smith dies at 94
Thankfully indeed. Now to the passing of the original gossip girl. Gossip columnist Liz 134i9 who Cron coaled the lives of the rich and famous for decades in New York tabloids died Sunday at 94 years old and here is ABC's Chris Connelly. We need a lede. Reporter: For decades starting in the 1970s with "The daily news". I like gossip. I think it's important, it's cathartic. It's good for you. It makes you live longer. It's a release. She never let that Texas size smile get in the way of a big story and in 1990 New York there was no story bigger than the divorce of Donald and Ivana trump. Head-to-head with "The New York post." Liz served the scoop du jour. Liz has been fair. I can understand why she's on Ivana's side. Ivana is a good woman. He wrote a letter saying you cruise tied me for a wheel year B but you're terrific. Does this mean blons don't have more fun? I've loved my job and had so much fun at it. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Chris Connelly, ABC news, Los Angeles. Liz had fun and was so much fun to be around.
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