It’s a scientific fact that Barbara Walters had sex with every famous man alive between 1920 and, well, let’s assume she’s still going at it. No, wait, don’t-*HORF* Anyway, it should’ve come to no surprise when she admitted to having an affair with high-powered Senator Brooke of Massachusetts during the 70s. Barbara disclosed the affair to Oprah Winfrey on an episode scheduled to air next week. The AP reports:
“He said, ‘This is going to come out. This is going to ruin your career,’” then reminded her that Brooke was up for re-election a year later. “‘This is going to ruin him. You’ve got to break this off.’”
Winfrey asks Walters if she was in love.
“I was certainly — I don’t know — I was certainly infatuated.”
“I was certainly involved,” Walters says. “He was exciting. He was brilliant. It was exciting times in Washington.”
While he’s no longer a spring chicken, Senator Brooke stuck to man-code and denied passing legislation of the sexy persuasion with Bawbwa:
“I have had a lifetime policy and practice of not discussing my personal and private life, or the personal and private lives of others, with the notable exception of what I wrote in my recently published autobiography, `Bridging the Divide: My Life,’” he told The Associated Press in a phone interview from Miami. A relationship with Walters wasn’t mentioned in his book.
I know what you’re thinking: Barbara Walters? I thought she was a robot. Ha ha! No.* You see, back then Barbara was the sexiest thing since sliced bread. And in the 70s she was only the ripe, post-menopausal age of 82. RAWR!