Patrick Swayze's widow Lisa Niemi will open up about her husband's passing on Friday's episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show," just over a month after the "Dirty Dancing" star passed away of pancreatic cancer in Los Angeles.
Niemi, 53, will talk on the show about her life with Swayze and how she's attempted to deal with her grief after his passing, People magazine reported.
The dancer will also open up about her new book, "The Time of My Life," which she co-authored with Swayze.
The interview will be Niemi's first one-on-one sit-down since Swayze's Sept. 14 death.
Swayze and Niemi met as teenage students in Swayze's mother's dance studio. The two were married for 34 years.