MOM OF MISSING TEEN IN ARUBA SPEAKS TO DEBORAH ROBERTS ABOUT THE SEARCH FOR HER DAUGHTER, NATALEE HOLLOWAY, ON"20/20," FRIDAY, JUNE 10 ON ABC
And: Grammy-Winning Singer Alanis Morissette Speaks Candidly to Elizabeth Vargas
Plus: Bob Brown Previews New King Tut Exhibit
Beth Holloway should be celebrating her daughter Natalee's graduation from high school. Instead, she is franticly searching a foreign land for her 18-year-old daughter, who was last seen over a week ago leaving a restaurant/bar with three local men in Aruba. In her first in-depth television interview, Holloway talks to ABC News Correspondent Deborah Roberts about the search, and about her beloved daughter. The report airs on "20/20," FRIDAY, JUNE 10 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network (for transcript information, please call 212-456-1624).
Plus: Elizabeth Vargas talks to multiple Grammy-winning artist Alanis Morissette. It's been 10 years since Alanis wrote "Jagged Little Pill," one of the bestselling records ever by a female artist. To celebrate the anniversary, Alanis is releasing an acoustic version of "Jagged Little Pill," a new interpretation of songs that once redefined how women talked about their relationships with men. Since she is no longer an angry young woman, Vargas asks if it's hard for her to sing those songs now. "Thankfully in reinterpreting these songs, there is a timelessness to them that really could have gone either way... I still feel the range of emotions, they're still available to me, but I think I'm not riding the roller coaster of emotions in the way that I think is natural for a nineteen year old to do," she tells Vargas.
Morissette also talks candidly about her personal life and her engagement to actor Ryan Reynolds: "We have no wedding date set... the feminist in me has had a lot of issues with the whole concept of being a wife -- and what does that mean in 2005, versus what it means in the forties and even in my mom's generation? And it's a huge passage."
And: Bob Brown gets a sneak peak at what is likely to be one of the summer's hottest tours - the Return of King Tutankhamun, an exhibit from the tomb of an Egyptian boy Pharoah, King Tut. Brown speaks to Tom Hoving -- the man responsible for bringing the original Treasures of Tutenkhamen record-breaking museum exhibit to America between1976-79 -- about the phenomenon. "It was like people could kind of almost reach out and shake the hand of a bygone civilization," Hoving tells Brown. "We know nothing about him... But who cares? This stuff is gorgeous. Unparalleled. When you look at it, you kind of, you move to another realm." Hoving says that, along with this traveling exhibit, there will be a campaign hailing Tut as the "king of bling." "He [King Tut] is the 'king of bling'. That jewelry that they found partly on him - some of it is in lapis lazuli and solid gold. You can hardly lift the stuff. It is astonishing."
"20/20" is anchored by Elizabeth Vargas and John Stossel. David Sloan is executive producer.