Caitlyn Jenner was nervous for many reasons prior to taking the stage at the ESPYs, but her biggest fear didn't have to do with making her first official public appearance; it had to do with reading her speech.
Jenner, who was awarded the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at this year's event, opened up on WhoSay as part of her on-going series, The Real Me, about everything regarding the awards show, from getting glam courtesy of Donatella Versace to finally making her nerve-wracking speech. But as someone who grew up with dyslexia, she knew it wasn't going to be easy.
"As a dyslexic kid, my biggest fear in life was to go in front of the class and read because I just wasn't very good at it — and that stays with you through your whole life," she explains in her essay. "I practiced, and practiced, and practiced, and practiced to make sure I'd nail it."