The first official promo for the Kardashian's two-part special dedicated to Bruce Jenner's intimate conversations with his family about his transition has surfaced -- and its an emotional roller coaster.
In the short clip for "Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce," a montage made from old home movies rolls as the family is heard expressing their thoughts on Jenner's transition.
"You're thinking someday you're gonna get over it. They're my secrets that I have to deal with on my own," the former Olympian says.
"I met him on a blind date, and it was kind of love at first sight," his third ex-wife Kris Jenner is heard saying as footage from their 1991 wedding is shown on screen.
But the most emotional part of the promo are comments from Bruce's daughter Kendall, who is heard saying, "I do wanna meet Her, when he's ready. When we're both ready." Kendall then tells her father, "I just don't like when people say Bruce is gonna be gone," to which he responds, "I'm not going anywhere."
The special will air May 17 and May 18 at 9 p.m on E! and you should have your tissues ready, as executive producer Ryan Seacreast told Jimmy Kimmel earlier this week, "It's Bruce basically talking to the family and telling the family what he's been going through and what he is going to go through for the first time."
Seacrest added, "He's been doing it for so many years with the camera in the room. So this is just, this is his story to them ... There are times when we have one person in a room and you don't really feel like there is a camera there. Throughout all these years there have been some very unvarnished and raw, real moments with the family. We have what we call a skeleton crew where there's just one person in there with a very small camera."
Note: Though Jenner has come out as “for all intents and purposes a woman,” he has not yet indicated that he would like to be known by a new name or female pronouns, so this story uses male pronouns.
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