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Walters asked Lambert about his controversial American Music Awards performance that Good Morning America called "too lewd," and subsequently canceled his appearance on the show. He said he had "no regrets" and discussed coming out in a Rolling Stone interview that "surprised no one." Said Lambert: "I'm homosexual. Deal with it."

Describing Lady Gaga as "outrageous, outlandish, and out of this world," Walters asked the singer about rumors of being transgender, and her bisexuality. "I do like women ... I've only been in love with men," said Gaga. "I've had sexual relationships with women."

Walters, who recently turned 80, also interviewed Michelle Obama, Tyler Perry, Sarah Palin, Kate Gosselin, Glenn Beck, Brett Favre, Jenny Sanford, and Michael Jackson's three children, Prince Michael Jr., Prince Michael II, and Paris Michael Katherine (the three counted as one unit). The 17th annual edition of her TV special, Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2009, aired Wednesday on ABC.

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