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New Details of Bruce Jenner’s Interview With Diane Sawyer Emerge

According to a new report, the Olympic champion will ”present himself as a woman publicly for the first time“

There is no lack of significance surrounding Diane Sawyer’s two-hour interview special with Bruce Jenner.

Sources close to Jenner and the production told TMZ that the ABC News conversation will be “a farewell to Bruce” in the Kardashian family patriarch’s eyes. The 1976 gold medalist prepared for this discussion as though it was the “most significant event” associated with his transition, including the requisite surgeries.

“He will ‘present himself’ as a woman publicly for the first time,” the celebrity news site said. However, Jenner will not reveal his new name or dress like a woman on-camera.

“Bruce will chronicle his life from age 5, where he identified as a woman,” TMZ wrote on Wednesday.

“Jenner — who did numerous interviews for the special over a period of time — talks about the difficulties he’s had in life living as a man but not feeling like one,” the online magazine stated. “He also spends significant time talking about the impact his decision to have a sex change has had on his family.”

A standout moment in the coming April 24 “20/20” is when Jenner discusses what sources described to the gossip site as “mundane things” — day-to-day changes — that will arise as a result of his new life.

“Bruce Jenner – The Interview” airs April 24 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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