Longtime Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart will leave the syndicated show after its upcoming 30th season, she announced Thursday.
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"I've had the privilege of spending 29 years doing something I love — how often does that happen?" Hart, 59, said in a statement. "I only meant to be at ET for three years, suddenly ...
She lost her virginity to Eddie Murphy — her Entertainment Tonight virginity, that is. It's been nearly a quarter century since Mary Hart joined the show and scored that first celebrity chat (Murphy was still a regular on Saturday Night Live). And since then, she says, "it seems like I've interviewed the world." Though she'll never forget her first, these are the ones Hart recalls most vividly.
FRANK SINATRA — Sept. 12, 1988"That interview was long in coming. You know his reluctance about being interviewed and his attitude toward the media — he was tough as nails, he intimidated everyone. I'd flown to Atlantic City and I sat and waited and waited for him. The longer I