President-elect Trump will appear in a one-hour special on Fox News hosted by TMZ founder Harvey Levin, Nov. 18, 2016. Reuters

The prospective 45th president of the United States and the founder of celebrity gossip and entertainment outlet TMZ will appear together in a one-hour television special on Fox News. In the midst of a flurry of speeches and rallies following President-elect Donald Trump’s appointment to the presidency, the television special will take time to highlight the New York billionaire's personal life.

The television special, titled “OBJECTified: Donald Trump,” will air Friday evening on Fox News. Hosted by TMZ founder and host Harvey Levin, the special will air Friday evening at 10 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT, exclusively on the Fox News Channel. The one-hour special will focus on an interview that Trump conducted with Levin in September when he gave the TMZ host a tour of his home.

The special will offer up "another side" of Trump for viewers (presumably a more sentimental one), according to Fox News. “The special will feature a side of President-elect Donald Trump that has rarely been seen before,” Fox stated in an announcement. “Trump recounts the stories behind photos, letters, trophies and other cherished keepsakes he’s acquired throughout his life.”

Viewers can watch Levin and Trump tour the billionaire mogul’s suite in Trump Tower. The two will discuss the trajectory of Trump’s life and career, beginning with when he was a child of three living in the Queens borough of New York City.

Despite his history of misgivings with the press, Trump has maintained good rapport with the Fox News network. The week of the presidential election marked the most-watched 7-day period for the network in its history, according to Variety.

For those who can’t catch the Friday evening debut, “OBJECTIFIED: Donald Trump” will also air Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on the Fox News Channel, according to Fox News Insider.