After months of rumors, Bruce Jenner: The Interview is really happening.
On April 24, he will sit down with Diane Sawyer to discuss his sex change transition publicly for the first time with the ABC News mainstay and millions of viewers.
Check out the first tease of the much-anticipated TV event below:
The promo doesn't reveal much, but it does promise that the interview will cover "the journey" and "the decisions" the 65-year-old has made about his life.
What is unsaid is something all of us who follow his family know at this point:
The background, the back story, and all the details surrounding the Bruce Jenner sex change, its impact on the star and his famous family members.
The former Olympian and reality TV star has long been reported to be transitioning into a woman, and his ever-changing appearance is well documented.
So many unanswered questions remain here, though. Significant ones, such as:
- How long has he identified as a woman, and what does that mean?
- What do daughters Kylie and Kendall Jenner think about this?
- Did Kris Jenner try to put the kibosh on Bruce's docu-series?
- Does Bruce's "transition" involve any sort of major surgery?
We will all find out in this carefully choreographed event, says a source:
Jenner "wants this to be taken seriously so that [his situation] can have the most positive impact on society's perception of the transgender community."
Bruce's primary goal, according to those who know him well, "is to bring awareness to this issue in order to help others [in the transgender community]."
Here's hoping Bruce Jenner: The Interview can accomplish that.