Barbara Walters' long list of interviewees is filled with countless celebrities, politicians and even Mother Teresa.
But the 85-year-old journalist has revealed she still has a few people she'd love to get the chance to speak with left on her list.
"I would have loved to interview the last pope — or this pope! Or Queen Elizabeth," Barbara said in a new interview. "You always want to interview the person who was most in the news."
Barbara interviewing Neil Patrick Harris for 2014's 'Most Fascinating.' (Photo Credit: Getty)
This year the star is celebrating the 21st anniversary of her popular '10 Most Fascinating People' special by honoring billionaire David Koch, entrepreneur Elon Musk, actor Neil Patrick Harris and talk show host Oprah Winfrey, among others.
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"It's crazy. I'm so fortunate to have been doing this for so many years," Barbara said of the program. "I would've had to have been out of my mind to think that would happen."
Barbara with Oprah in November 2006. (Photo Credit: Getty)
Oprah, 60 — one of Barbara's favorite interview subjects — has made the 'Most Fascinating' list for the fourth time this year.
"The challenge with Oprah is to try and find new things that she hasn't talked about," Barbara told 'People.' "But she keeps changing and emerging in new ways. This year she is producing [the film] 'Selma,' which is another stretch for her."
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