Get Barbara Walters to Announce it's "2020" at Midnight on New Year's Day!

Get Barbara Walters to Announce it's "2020" at Midnight on New Year's Day!

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Melissa V started this petition to Barbara Walters and

Please help me get Barbara Walters to welcome us in the new year by saying "I'm Barbara Walters and this is 2020".

The '20s are coming back and need to be brought in the proper way this upcoming New Year's Day! I created this petition to get legendary journalist Barbara Walters to introduce the new year the same way she would introduce herself on ABC's show "20/20". It would further add to the legacy that the 90 year old Walters has created the last almost 6 decades.

From Wikipedia:

"Walters first became known as a television personality in the early 1960s, when she was a writer and segment producer of "women's interest stories" on the NBC News morning program The Today Show, where she began work with host Hugh Downs. As a result of her outstanding interviewing ability and her popularity with viewers, she received more airtime on the program. Even though her production duties made her a significant contributor to the program, she had no input in choosing a successor for Downs when he left in 1971, and Frank McGee was hired. In 1974, at the time of McGee's death, Walters became co-host of the program, the first woman to hold such a title on an American news program.[7][8][9]

In 1976, continuing as a pioneer for women in broadcasting, Walters became the first female co-anchor of a network evening news, working with Harry Reasoner on the ABC News flagship program, the ABC Evening News, earning an unprecedented US$1 million per year.

From 1979 to 2004, Walters worked as co-host and a producer for the ABC newsmagazine 20/20.

In 1997, Walters created and debuted as a co-host on The View, a daytime talk show with an all-female panel. She retired as a co-host of The View in 2014 after 16 seasons, but still serves as its executive producer.[10]

Since her retirement from The View, Walters has hosted a number of special reports for 20/20 and ABC News, as well as a documentary series for Investigation Discovery. Additionally, Walters continued to host her annual 10 Most Fascinating People special on ABC. Her final on-air appearance for ABC News was in 2015.[11][12][13][14][15]

In 1996, Walters was ranked #34 on the TV Guide "50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time" list,[16] and in 2000 she received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences." - Wikipedia

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