The second half of Lance Armstrong's much-anticipated interview with Oprah Winfrey airs Friday night with the disgraced cyclist scheduled to discuss a range of topics about his life outside of cycling.
Armstrong admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs throughout his competitive career during the first portion of the interview Thursday night. Winfrey asked him why he chose to reveal the truth now, after years of vehement denials.
"I don't know that I have a great answer," he responded. "I will start my answer by saying this is too late."
Clips from tonight's segment, provided by the OWN network, which is broadcasting the interview at 9 p.m., show Armstrong talking about how his children and mother have reacted to confirmation of his systematic doping.