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Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lawrence are featured on ABC News' veteran newswoman Barbara Walters of "10 Most Fascinating People" of 2013 list.
The 84-year-old's TV special, "Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of the Year," is set to air on Dec. 18 on ABC at 9:30 p.m. ET and will feature interviews with the subjects of her 2013 picks. There, she will reveal who came in at No. 1. This marks her final "Most Fascinating" special, as she is retiring next spring.
The midseason finale of season 4 of hit AMC zombie show "The Walking Dead" was watched by more than 12.1 million people.
The episode, which aired on Sunday, Dec. 1, was the eighth show of the season and earned a rating of 7.7 among adults between ages 18 and 49. The average rating for all of the season 4 episodes of "The Walking Dead," one of the most popular programs on television, that have aired so far is 8.4 in the targeted demographic. The series returns on Feb. 9.
Kristen Bell fulfilled a longtime childhood dream of talking part in a Disney animated film by portraying a princess in "Frozen," which was released just ahead of Thanksgiving 2013.
Check out interviews with Kristen Bell and Jonathan Groff above, as well as a trailer for "Frozen" and clips from the movie.
"Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2014" is set to ring in the new year with performances by Robin Thicke and more.
Other recently announced performers include Jennifer Hudson, Fall Out Boy, Jason Derulo and Enrique Iglesias. More performers are set to be announced at a later date.
Jimmy Fallon, "Parks and Recreation" star Rashida Jones and Carrie Underwood teamed up on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" to perform an epic holiday song medley which parodied some of the biggest hits of the year.
The performance, which can be seen below, aired on Thursday, Nov. 28, and Fallon, Jones and Underwood put a holiday spin on songs like "Get Lucky," "Royals," "Roar" and "Blurred Lines."
Jason Statham recently talked to OTRC.com about his new film "Homefront" and how involved he is with film stunts.
"All the physical hand-to-hand stuff is all me and it's always been that way ever since, way back in the day, when I did 'The Transporter' for Luc Besson," Statham said. "I just have a certain pride to do that stuff and, you know, if you got ability, why not?"