Barbara Walters has revealed her pick for the "Most Fascinating Person" of 2013.
Take a look at which pop stars, pontiffs and royals made this year's list.
Miley Cyrus. Love her or hate her, Miley has been everywhere in 2013.
Jennifer Lawrence. The Hollywood darling won an Oscar and starred in one of the biggest movie franchises ever this year.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Anything that Kim and Kanye (aka 'Kimye') do seems to be fascinating, this year especially.
Kimye had a baby this year, got engaged and continue to have media outlets buzzing with just about everything they do.
The cast of "Duck Dynasty." In 2013, America was glued to the family of duck callers at the heart of this popular show.
Edward Snowden. The whistle-blower got a lot of people talking about the secrets in our country this year and was banned from it as a result.
Prince George. The entire world was obsessed with George's grand entrance into the royal family back in July.
Robin Roberts. The "Good Morning America" anchor inspired the world by returning to work in 2013 after receiving a bone marrow transplant for myelodysplastic syndrome, just five years after recovering from a public battle with breast cancer.
Pope Francis. The leader of the Catholic Church has spent 2013 attempting to open minds and redefining religious acceptance.
Hillary Clinton: Walters named the former secretary of state -- and possible 2016 presidential contender -- the "Most Fascinating Person" of 2013. Clinton was also the first person to top Walters' list when it debuted in 1993. Clinton told Walters she'll decide in 2014 about whether she'll make another run for the White House in 2016.
To view Time's list of the 100 most influential people of 2013, click here.
To take a look at the most powerful celebrities of 2013, click here.
Click here to read more about Walters' 'Most Fascinating' picks for 2013.
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