CBS News will broadcast the entire interview Gayle King had with R. Kelly in a one-hour primetime special 8 p.m. ET Friday.
The network says it will feature exclusive footage of the R&B singer during the 80-minute interview, as well as interviews with Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary – the two women who live with Kelly.
The interview, which was recorded earlier this week, marked the first time Kelly has spoken publicly since his arrest last month in the sexual abuse case. In segments that aired Wednesday, he ranted while pleading with viewers to believe that he never had sex with anyone under age 17 and never held anyone against their will.
The interview also marked the first time he addressed allegations in the Lifetime documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly," which aired in January and alleged he held women captive and ran a "sex cult."
In the CBS interview he denied ever having sex with anyone under 17, even though he married the late singer Aaliyah when she was 15, and a videotape given to prosecutors in his current case purports to show Kelly having sex with a girl who repeatedly says she's 14. Kelly's attorney, Steve Greenberg, has said his client did not "knowingly" have sex with underage girls.
On Wednesday's broadcast, Kelly's emotions swung wildly as he explained he was simply someone with a "big heart" who was betrayed by liars who hoped to cash in.
In a particularly dramatic moment, he angrily stood up and started pacing, his voice breaking as he yelled, "I didn't do this stuff! This is not me!" He cried as he hit his hands together, saying, "I'm fighting for my (expletive) life."
He insisted people were trying to ruin his 30-year career, but then said his fight was "not about music."
Hours later, Kelly went to a child-support hearing "expecting to leave. He didn't come here to go to jail," said his publicist, Darryll Johnson, who said Kelly was prepared to pay $50,000 to $60,000. He said Kelly did not have the whole amount because he has not been able to work.
A spokeswoman for the Cook County Sheriff's Office said Kelly would not be released from jail until he pays the full child-support debt. His next hearing was scheduled for March 13.
The 52-year old singer was jailed Wednesday after he said he could not afford to pay $161,000 in back child support.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.