News of Bruce Jenner's decision to transition to life as a woman has been slowly leaked over the last few months, but aside from some vague comments by Bruce's step-daughter Kim Kardashian and his mum Esther, nothing has been confirmed by Bruce himself.
Now though, the reality star is set to speak out for the first time.
Earlier this year it was announced that Bruce would open up to the world in a tell-all interview with veteran journalist Diane Sawyer, and the air date has finally been revealed as April 24th.
The discussion, which TV network ABC has described as "far-ranging and exclusive" will be a two-hour long special titled "Bruce Jenner – The Interview."
Bruce's ex-wife Kris Jenner and her daughters Kim, Khloé and Kourtney are all set to travel to Armenia this month to find out more about the Kardashian heritage, and TMZ are reporting that they will still be away when the interview airs.
We hope not – we're counting on their Twitter reactions if we can't watch the interview live in Ireland!
Bruce is also apparently still planning on completing his own reality series for E! which will document his transition and his family's reaction, though it was reported last month that the former Olympian had put a halt to filming as he felt under too much pressure from producers.
Speaking back in January, Kim Kardashian said that she and her family support Bruce "one hundred per cent," though she made it clear it was up to Bruce to tell the world about his decision. "I think that when the time is right he'll talk about whatever he wants to talk about," she said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.