What time does the Bruce Jenner interview start, and will it be live streaming online? Diane Sawyer's two-hour conversation with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star will be televised on ABC on Friday, April 24, and will be available via live stream for viewers in select cities.
UPDATE: If you missed Bruce Jenner: The Interview on Friday night, ABC is offering a re-broadcast of the two-hour interview online. [See video below] Watch interview that was viewed by millions on your computer, tablet, or smartphone using the free Watch ABC app, or through the ABC News YouTube channel below. Casting is also available on Google Chromecast, and Airplay using Apple TV.
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There is speculation that Bruce Jenner will talk to Diane Sawyer about reports that he may be transitioning to a woman. The network has not shared specific details about the interview, other than a brief promotional video (above), and Sawyer's description of the special.
"This is really a compelling conversation about so many things, a broad look at life. It's about family and how we all live our lives."Jenner, who was an Olympic decathlon champion in 1976, has been the topic of countless rumors about his possible decision to become a woman. He has appeared on the E! reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians since 2007, which has afforded him little privacy.
Now divorced from Kris Jenner, the head of the Kardashian empire, there is speculation that Bruce could talk about more than transgenderism during his interview with Diane Sawyer on Friday night. The New York Daily News reports that Kris is worried that her ex-husband will spill some family secrets on national TV.
"Kris flipped when Bruce confirmed he was doing the interview. She was worried he would embarrass the clan. Kris wasn't at the shoot and hasn't seen footage from it, and is still worried what he's going to say about her."According to Radar Online's source, Kris is going to "sue him [Bruce] for everything that he is worth" if he defames her, or the Kardashian brand, during the interview.
Watch Bruce Jenner: The Interview live streaming online, or on your local ABC channel starting at 9 p.m. ET on April 23.