Oprah Winfrey said she is looking forward to get the first interview with Jaycee Lee Dugard, the girl whose story shocked the nation after she was rescued alive 18 years after living kidnapped with captor Phillip Garrido.

Winfrey admitted to The Insider's Samantha Harris last week, she has not spoken to Dugard but said she asked her producers to work on getting the interview.

I want that interview, Winfrey told Harris confessing she rarely seeks to get interviews first.

Winfrey did not confirm if Dugard is going to appear on the Oprah show neither she disclosed a date for it.

UK's Mirror reported that Jaycee was expected to appear on Oprah's show  in December, and was going to be paid $1million but the reports were denied by Erica Price, a spokeswoman of the Dugard family, according to ABC's News10.