Bruce Jenner is worried about his family, but he's also worried about his own "emotional rollercoaster." In the latest promotional clip for his exclusive interview with Diane Sawyer, airing Friday, Bruce says he wants to know how everything will turn out.
"I want to know how this story ends," he says. "How does my story end?"
No matter what happens, however, he still insists that everything has "made me who I am." Despite the intense emotions he seems to have been going through, he says, "Somehow I'm going to get through it."
But in the series of promo clips that have been released so far, it's clear that concern for his family is his main priority, as he said they are "the only ones I'm concerned with."
"I can't let myself hurt them," Jenner said in the promos.
Although ABC has already released a few clips of the highly anticipated interview, which the network insists "everyone will be talking about," they haven't given viewers much insight into what they could expect from the special (we see what you're doing, ABC). Of course, the initial promos gave anxious viewers the ultimate tease when Jenner told the 69-year-old journalist, "My whole life has been getting me ready for this."
According to a press release sent earlier, the interview will be "far-ranging" and will allow viewers to hear the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star weigh in on a variety of topics. One potential talking point could be his divorce from Kris Jenner, which was finalized in December 2014. Although they are no longer married, they are committed to keeping their family together.
"Even though we are separated, we will always remain best friends and, as always, our family will remain our number one priority," Kris and Bruce said in a statement at the time of their split.
Bruce Jenner: The Interview airs Friday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.