Caitlyn Jenner had a pretty monumental year, to say the least.
In the upcoming year, she's hoping to carry out everything she established in 2015.
When asked about her New Year's resolutions for 2016 in a video for her WhoSay series, the 66-year-old shared:
"2015 was absolutely amazing. I have no idea how I can top that! In fact, Barbara Walters named me the most fascinating person of 2015, but I'm thinking next year I'll never get that because I don't have any more secrets! They're all out, and it's a great way to live your life. So for 2016, I really want to continue that, I want to enjoy life, I want to live authentically, and I really want to make a difference in the world."
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Kylie and Kendall Jenner's dad admitted there is "a lot of work to do" in the trans community, which she hopes to tackle in the second season of I Am Cait premiering in March:
Even in a very serious interview, Amy Schumer still managed to make Barbara Walters laugh!
The comedienne sat down with the veteran reporter during Thursday's 2015 Most Fascinating People special, where she talked about everything from her father's battle with multiple sclerosis to how she "fakes it" during sex!
But the most fascinating revelation in the interview is when the Trainwreck star said she wasn't sure "how realistic" it is that she'll ever get married or have kids!
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After Walters asked where Schumer would see herself in 10 years, she said:
"I really don't know. I want to be expressing myself creatively somehow… a director, producer."
The reporter noted that the actress didn't say "marriage" or "a mother," to which she responded:
The time has come!
Whether you like it or not, Barbara Walters has decided!
The Most Fascinating Person of 2015 is…
Whether it's her irreverent stand-up or raunchy writing, Amy Schumer can find the humor in just about everything.
But the comedienne had a serious discussion about her father's health for Barbara Walters' upcoming 10 Most Fascinating People special.
Photo: Amy Proudly Rocks A Notorious RBG T-Shirt!
In the interview, the Trainwreck star opened up about father Gordon Schumer's ongoing battle with multiple sclerosis, telling the veteran reporter:
"He's not good. Some days he's really good and he's with it and we're joking around. And some days I go to visit my dad, and it's so painful. I can't believe it."
Schumer was just 12 years old when
Every year, Barbara Walters selects the best and brightest stars to put on her 10 Most Fascinating People list — and this year is no exception!
The former View co-host unveiled a few of the names on her coveted roster of people who have made a big splash in 2015!
In the Hollywood corner, the fascinating peeps include Tracy Morgan, Bradley Cooper, and Amy Schumer — who has used her public voice to speak out against gun violence!
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The list also featured female athletes like former UFC champion Ronda Rousey and Misty Copeland — the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer in the American Ballet Theatre!
Other names on the list include presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and fashion designer Donna Karan!
A couple more names are set to be announced at a later date — but Babs usually reveals her most fascinating person during her special Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People!
Last year's most fascinating person was Amal Clooney. Who do YOU think will land the top spot this year?
Viola Davis for her historic Emmy win? Caitlyn Jenner for spreading trans-awareness? Donald Trump for LOLz?
Find out when the 10 Most Fascinating People of 2015 special airs on December 17 at 9:30 p.m. EST on ABC!
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Twenty years later, Kato Kaelin still strongly believes O.J. Simpson killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
As a key "friendly" witness during O.J.'s trial in 1995, the radio personality took the stand to offer a timeline of events during the night of the murders.
In an interview for Barbara Walters' new Investigation Discovery series airing Monday, November 9, the 56-year-old recounted that fateful night and how his feelings haven't changed toward the former athlete.
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According to Kaelin, — who was occupying Simpson's guest house during the time of the murders — the two pals went pick up dinner from McDonald's around 9:25pm. Upon returning, the two retired to their separate abodes. About an hour and a half later, a limo arrived to take Simpson to the airport for a trip, and Kaelin came over to help the father-of-six finish packing.
He recalled something suspicious about one of Simpson's pieces of luggage, although he never found out what was inside:
He couldn't be more on point!
John Oliver delivered one of the best breakdowns about transgender discrimination we've heard!
In the 16 minute segment, Oliver starts off pointing out the insensitive nature in which people — from Larry King to Barbara Walters — have interviewed transgender people.
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He then makes sure to very clearly define "transgender" while giving his input on the media's curiosity by saying:
Transgender people have a gender identity that differs from the one they were assigned at birth, and that gender identity is not the same as sexual orientation. Gender identity is who you are, sexual orientation is who you love. Some transgender people do undergo hormone therapy or sexual reassignment surgery as part of their transition; some do not. And interestingly, their decision on this matter is, medically speaking, none of your fucking business.
From here, the late night host points to specific stories where transgendered people have been shamed in one way or another. He covers various stories and how they relate to shaming in politics such as Mike Huckabee disgusting misunderstanding of what it means to be transgender — in military service such as the case of an Iraqi soldier who feels more at home and "on vacation" because they essentially not held to the same social norms as they are back home — and even at the DMV where a some transgender people were asked to remove makeup and wigs.
Make sure you ch-ch-check out the whole segment (below) as it's not only HIGH-larious for the light that John brings to it, but is EXTREMELY informative and drives home the point that "transgenders still face a host of obstacles" and we need to continually strive for equality!
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