The headline featured a slew of #15 FCILs, so we just couldn’t pass it up. “Connie Chung compares Barbara Walters, Diane Sawyer to Tonya Harding.” Pretty strange headline, we do admit, but after Ms. Chung clarified what she meant, it made perfect sense (particularly from a Brain Type’s perspective!).
“When I went to ABC news,” says Chung, “I joined with both Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer there and I thought, ‘Oh, this is going to be great. It’ll be three women who get along.’” Before we continue, can any of our viewers predict whether Chung, Walters, and Sawyer all got along just nicely? Yes, each woman is a #15 FCIL, born leaders strongest in the Q3 region of the brain, also known as the “CEO” region. Chung continues, “When I got to ABC, both Diane and Barbara were in the same sort of arena of trying to get these big interviews. So when I tried to go after them, I was told I could not. That Barbara and Diane were the only ones who could compete for the interview and I had to stand down. And I said, ‘Really?’”
Yes, Connie, really, and you can bet your bottom dollar there was a reason for that rule! Chung then “alleged that the scene was ‘not unlike what Tonya Harding (#13 FCIR) did to Nancy Kerrigan (#3 FEAL).'” Yikes!
Lastly, Chung shared a funny story about an interview she did years back with actor Hugh Grant (#13 FCIR). “When Hugh Grant sat down, he was looking all rumpled,. He’s one of those British rumpled fellows. And this tie was askew, and I am very OCD. So I said, ‘Hugh, straighten up your tie.’ And he goes and fixes it. And then one collar was outside of his suit. And I went, ‘Hugh, fix that.’ And then he was looking like Rodney Dangerfield. He should sit on the back of — like in ‘Broadcast News’ — sit on the back of your jacket so that it’s nice and tidy.”
Talk about a perfect example of the Left brain female vs. the Right brain male! Needless to say, Hugh wasn’t thrilled over her corrections, and when Chung was about to make her final suggestion, he allegedly snapped, “Now what?”
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