Mary Hart will certainly be feeling the love during the 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The iconic TV journalist, who retired from Entertainment Tonight as a full-time host in 2011, after a 29-year-run, will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the star-studded awards ceremony.
Hart, who began as a correspondent on ET in 1981, helped define and revolutionize entertainment news over the course of her illustrious career.
Hart returned to the ET stage in 2015 to help the show celebrate its milestone 35th season alongside hosts Nancy O'Dell and Kevin Frazier, where they dished on her fondest memories of her time with the show, and Hart shared what she missed most about ET.
"I miss more than anything, I think, the camaraderie," she says. "We went through marriages, births, deaths, celebrated as a family and mourned as a family and I miss that the most."
Check out the video below to hear more from the celebrated TV personality on her wild and crazy years as America's preeminent entertainment news anchor.
The 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be held on April 30.