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The Celebrity Ticker: D.C. Diners, Spacey & Mason, Sawyer & C.K.

  • Academy Award-winning Actor Kevin Spacey tells CBS’s Anthony Mason he went through a period of being a jerk during his career as a way to cover up his inadequacies. The interview airs on “CBS Sunday Morning.”

  • ABC’s Diane Sawyer has named comedian Louis C.K. “World News’s” Person of the Week. Sawyer and Louis have been shooting tonight’s story around New York City. They even shared a slice at Ben’s on MacDougal Street.

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Hoda and Kathie Lee on New Year’s Eve

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It’s pretty much New Year’s Eve every day on the FHOTS (Fourth Hour of the ‘Today’ Show), but now Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford are bringing their schtick — and the booze — to NBC’s primetime for a New Year’s Eve special. Gifford and Kotb host “A Toast to 2013!” on New Year’s Eve at 8pmET/7pmCT.

From Pope Francis to Paula Deen, from Anthony Weiner to Prince George and from selfies to twerking, the 2-hour special will discuss the buzziest stories of the last year. Jane Lynch, Michael Buble, Sheryl Sandberg, Pharrell Williams and Questlove weigh in on some of the year’s biggest moments. They’re joined by NBC News and MSNBC hosts who remember the old and ring in the new.