The death of former CNN star Larry King has affected many around the world, including host Denise Lowesque, who met her idol a few years ago.
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In 2012, the host had the opportunity to do a special appearance with this iconic figure of American television.
“He greeted me and he said to me ‘You feel like Larry King of Quebec’ and I replied ‘No, no, no, don’t put Mr. King too much, I did not do a quarter of what you did,” Denise Lowesk recalled.
Larry King is a good listener and not afraid to learn more controversial things. “That inspired me,” Mr. Lowesque adds.
For Denise Lowesque, Larry King saw all his guests the same way. “It’s not important or important, there are no requirements. You have to be able to testify to what you have experienced,” said the Quebec host.
The CNN host had a knack for adapting the beliefs of those he interviewed. “If you do not know why, he’s the best question to ask. When someone says something to you and you ask why, they can talk for another three or four minutes,” Denise Lowesque concluded.
Larry King died Saturday at the age of 87. He spent more than 60 years behind the microphone, and his appearance on CNN, which ran from 1985 to 2010, became a staple for politicians and celebrities.