Bruce Jenner is taking control of his own story with a two-hour interview, airing his side.
Bruce Jenner is planning big things before the year is out. But we won't know exactly what those big things are until his 2-hour interview special with Dianne Sawyer airs on ABC. The network has released a few teasers from the interview, including one, which sees Sawyer asking Jenner if after the several days of conversations they had there was anything she hadn't asked that he wanted her to ask him.
Bruce Jenner has some big things to reveal.
He came up with, "Are you going to be OK?"
"Yeah, I hope I'm gonna be OK. I feel like I'm gonna be OK," Jenner said, in answer to his own question. "2015 is going to be quite a ride. Quite a ride."
It's unclear if this is in reference to anything specific, though there is one elephant in the room, that Jenner is expected to mention - his transition. This has not been confirmed by ABC or Sawyer, however she did say the following on GMA: "Some things, some stories should only be told by the person who lives them. And he wants to speak directly tonight, so I'm going to let him say first what he wants to say."
Sawyer's big hope for the interview - apart from all that sweet, sweet publicity, probably - is that it will spark some conversation. "I hope people talk with other people, with families, with their friends, because there's so much to think about, not just about what he's going to tell you but about everyone's life," she said.
In conclusion, Sawyer said her special is about "understanding" and "learning." The interview will air tonight at 8PM central.