Bruce Jenner Opens Up About Future Surgery Plans on Part 2 of 'About Bruce' Special

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The second part of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce special aired Monday night, giving fans a deeper insight into Bruce's life and his plans for the future.

While the first part of the two-hour special, which aired Sunday, revealed how his family was dealing with his revelation, Monday's episode explained more about Bruce's future, and delved into some details about the Olympian's plans for surgery, as part of his transition.

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When asked about having an operation to "remove the little thing down there," Bruce explained, "That's kind of the last thing you can do. You can do an awful lot before that."

When asked if he had a date planned for that particular surgery, he shared, "As of right now, no."

From what was explained in the first part of the special, Bruce has already had a nose job and had an upper lip lift. His family also discussed his Adam's Apple reduction.

Bruce further explained that he plans to have an operation to change the shape of his forehead and to alter the shape of his jawline.

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The emotional second half of the E! special also dealt with the 65-year-old reality star confronting his kids and ex-wife, Kris Jenner, in a tearful and tense sit-down that examined the troubles the couple faced during their marriage.

While the episode had its share of emotionally-charged confrontations, it wasn't without its moments of support, love and levity, including Bruce admitting to Kim Kardashian that he once stole an outfit of hers for himself.

It was a sweet, honest scene that led to Kim and Bruce connecting as she showed him how to build a proper ensemble.

Editor's note: As Jenner has not yet said that a new name or pronouns should be used, ETonline will follow GLAAD's guidelines and continue to refer to him by his current name and male pronouns.

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