Though Walters did not interview the actor's new bride, she did refer back to her 1995 interview with Clooney -- who was married to actress Talia Balsam from 1989 to 1993 -- where he said, "I’m never going to get married again."
She then played a clip from her 2006 interview with the Hollywood heartthrob where he revealed that the women he dates no longer expect to marry him after his '90s chat with Walters. "You did my work for me," he said.
Years later, Clooney is a married man, and the world is fascinated by the woman that landed the once eternal ladies' man. Walters notes that upon marrying Clooney, Alamuddin is up there with Jackie Onassis, Princess Diana and Kate Middleton when it comes to being praised (and scrutinized) for everything she says, does and wears.
Giving a little background on Clooney's bride, Walters points out that she was born in Lebanon and moved to London as a child. She attended Oxford, got a law degree at NYU and was a clerk for then-federal judge (now Supreme Court judge) Sonia Sotomayor.
She went on to become a well-known human rights attorney, representing such names as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Ghanaian diplomat Kofi Annan.