Lance Armstrong said Wednesday, Jan.16 that viewers can judge for themselves how candid he was in his interview with Oprah Winfrey that airs on the OWN network over two nights: Thursday, Jan. 17 and Friday, Jan. 18.
Lance Armstrong said in a text to the Associated Press:
''I left it all on the table with her and when it airs the people can decide."
Armstrong's response is to a report in the New York Daily News saying that he was not contrite when he acknowledged during Monday's taping with Oprah that he used performance-enhancing drugs.
Even before the interview airs, some people are speculating about Armstrong's future. Armstrong himself said:
''I have no idea what the future holds other than me holding my kids."
Oprah interviewed Armstrong on Monday, Jan. 14 in Austin, Texas. The interview was two and a half hours long. Instead of cutting out some of the discussion, Oprah decided to air the interview over two nights instead of having the one 90-minute airing that had been originally planned.
Oprah wouldn't tell what Armstrong said during their interview. In an appearance on ''CBS This Morning'' the next morning, she said she and her staff were ''mesmerized and riveted by some of his answers.''
Oprah stated that this is the best interview of her entire career because of its worldwide exposure.
The public will form their own opinions after watching the interview on Thursday, Jan. 17 and Friday, Jan. 18 on the OWN network.
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