Legendary US broadcaster Barbara Walters has retired from a 52-year career with a last appearance on her daytime show, The View.
Walters, 84, began her career in 1962 and was known for her high-profile interviews with broadcaster ABC.
She was joined on the programme by Hillary Clinton and media mogul Oprah Winfrey, both frequent Walters interview subjects.
Walters will continue to serve as executive producer of the programme.
"I can't believe this day has come, and I can't believe it's for real," Ms Clinton told Walters.
Walters began her career on NBC's Today morning programme before moving to ABC in 1976.
There, she presented the evening news broadcast, news magazine programme 20/20 as well as a series of standalone interview programmes, including her yearly Most Fascinating People special.
Among Ms Walters' subjects were a host of music and pop culture stars, every president and first lady since Richard Nixon, and foreign leaders like UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Cuban President Fidel Castro and a joint interview with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.