Tonight, Caitlyn Jenner will receive the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage at the 23rd annual ESPY Awards.
The former Olympian's speech is without question the most highly-anticipated moment of the ceremony, and most of her famous family will be in attendance.
Sadly, some things never change, and the Kardashian-Jenner family is as loaded with drama as ever.
Fortunately, sources sau Caitlyn has taken steps to ensure that no one will steal her spotlight.
For starters, it seems Caitlyn needn't worry about the alleged Kris Jenner-Rob Kardashian plot to spoil her big night.
The rumor was almost certainly bogus to begin with, but in case you were planning on tuning in tonight to witness an upstaging for the ages, we have some bad news:
TMZ is reporting that Caitlyn made it clear to the show's producers that she doesn't want any of her ex-wives in attendance, including Kris.
Rob Kardashian was reportedly invited, but the 28-year-old sock mogul has been avoiding the public eye for months, and sources say he has no intention of coming out of hiding tonight.
Of course, the biggest Kard clan story of recent weeks has been the breakup of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick. But don't think for a second that the dumping of the Douche Lord will overshadow Caitlyn's historic acceptance speech.
According to Radar Online, Disick was uninvited the moment that Caitlyn learned the couple had called it quits. (Scott and Caitlyn were never exactly besties to begin with.)
But if you're bummed that some of Caitlyn's most high-profile family members will be watching from home, worry not:
Sources say Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kylie and Kendall are all planning to attend. Hopefully, Kim will be rolling solo. We all know Kanye and awards shows don't mix.