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The Talk - Norah O'Donnell on 'most incredible' Kennedy Center Honors

Norah O'Donnell discusses attending the Kennedy Center Honors Tuesday on "The Talk". "This was the Kennedy Center Honors, which is really the most incredible tribute to excellence in the arts. And of course, you're there on the red carpet, and who do you bump into, like everybody that's amazing, Martin Short, Kenan Thompson, superstars of comedy. But my favorite person that I met was Bette Midler...She was one of the honorees. I saw 'Hello Dolly' three times. She was that good, you know. And of course, when she made her remarks, 'I don't know how I got here, but I do know I worked like an animal' - so it turns out the wind beneath her wings is hard work." On the tribute to Motown Records founder Berry Gordy, she adds, "One of the most incredible moments and surprises, Stevie Wonder was there, and sang at the end and everyone got up on their feet and started dancing." The Kennedy Center Honors December 22, 9/8c on CBS.
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