"One of the funniest women, people, anybody -- funniest people I've ever known," Carol said of the "Wizard of Oz" star. "She was such a great storyteller, great sense of humor, lovely. Big, big loss. Way too soon."
"A long time ago, I was with Beverly Sills, you know, the wonderful opera singer -- we were having lunch at the Plaza Hotel, and as we were leaving, [Trump] was coming into the lobby," Carol said. "She knew him and introduced me to him."
"When I was on 'The Ed Sullivan Show,' [I met Elvis] when he did his second appearance when he was in uniform," Carol said.
"Oh, my God, so he was super hot!" Andy said.
"Oh, yeah," Carol replied. "And I got his autograph for my kid sister! He was very sweet."
"Was there any chemistry between the two of you?" Andy asked.
"With Judy Garland and Danny Kaye, because we went into the Oval Office 'cause we were gonna do a show in Washington, D.C., for his second inauguration, and so he had us come in and we met him," Carol said.
"Charming?" Andy asked.
"Oh, whoa, was he! Oh, yeah," she replied, adding that she also met his wife, Jackie Kennedy.