Graham Norton wants Julia Roberts to appear on his self-titled chat show.
The 54-year-old presenter has had numerous famous faces - including the late Carrie Fisher, Tom Cruise and Amy Schumer - sit on his sofa while he grills them over the years, but he has admitted his dream guest is the "Pretty Woman" actress.
Speaking on "This Morning" on Thursday (28.09.17), he said: "The big stars we haven't had yet are Julia Roberts. Unless we have and I apologise. She's in a hotel room in London saying "yes we have". The blend of guests on the show are important."
"The Graham Norton Show" first hit television screens in 2007, but prior to that the funnyman fronted "So Graham Norton", "V Graham Norton", "The Graham Norton Effect" and "Graham Norton's Bigger Picture" but he never expected to be on screens this long.
He explained: "It is kind of crazy. You start in a job and you think, great I've got a job. But I someone had told me I would be doing it in 20 years, I wouldn't have believed it!"
Meanwhile, Graham recently admitted that he doesn't care if people want to date him because he's "famous and has money" because he uses it to his advantage.
He said: "I've been on Tinder in the past but I'm not on it at the moment. It doesn't bother me people might see me on Tinder. At some point you have to show up on these dates and being famous is part of who I am. I think somebody wants to meet you because you're tall and have dark hair. There's always a reason why somebody chooses you, so if the fact I'm famous and have money are my strengths, I'll use them."