Watch OJ Simpson 'Confess' to Murdering Nicole Brown

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"OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession" airs Sunday on Fox at 8 p.m. Terence Wrong and Regan executive produce.

O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession will air 11 March at 8pm ET on Fox.

In a clip obtained by TMZ, Simpson discusses what hypothetically happened on the night that Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were murdered, claiming that the killer's friend Charlie had told him about some things going on over at Nicole's home. Be accountable. Look at yourself in the mirror and say, 'That's the person that I started this career with and hopefully that'll be the same person I end up as, ' " he said.

On Wednesday, only "Extra's" Mario Lopez sat down at Universal Studios Hollywood with Kim Goldman, whose brother Ron was killed alongside Nicole Brown Simpson in June 1994, to get her reaction to the upcoming FOX special "OJ". He said that "Charlie" was the accomplice and went with the killer in the Bronco.

Much like in the book, Simpson in the interview shares what he calls a "purely hypothetical" description of the killings. "It's very difficult-because it's hypothetical, I know and I accept the fact that people are gonna feel whatever they're gonna feel", Simpson says.

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'I remember I grabbed a knife.

"It's gotta stop", he says about why the killer went to the home.

Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman's killer was never found. Simpson was arrested and tried for the murders, but after a sensational trial that gripped the nation (and world) he was found not guilty on October 3, 1995.

In 1997, the Goldman and Brown families took Simpson back to court in a civil case.

Simpson is now a free man after serving nine years in Nevada's Lovelock Correctional Facility following a 2008 armed robbery conviction.

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