This weekend’s two-part finale will address the infamous cheating scandal, which ended Khloe Kardashian’s relationship with the father of her one-year-old daughter True and Woods' friendship with Kylie Jenner.
But Woods has said that she hopes “the real her” will shine through in the scenes and admitted that the Kardashian clan “have a right to speak their truth”.
“Everyone has their truth and their story, so you just go with it. Everyone has the right to speak their truth,” the model told Entertainment Tonight.
“Hopefully, like myself, and the real me will shine. Life moves on. Money doesn’t stop. The world doesn't stop. And hopefully, everyone is just, you know, going forward."
“I knew who he was,” Khloe ranted during a heart-to-heart with Jenner. “I never in a million years thought that’s who she was.”
Jenner also appeared to confront her former best friend Woods in an off-camera chat, heard saying “I’m just like...what were you thinking?”
Woods, 21, opened up on the scandal back in March, weeks after rumours of her getting close to the 28-year-old first emerged, in a Facebook Watch episode of Red Table Talk.
She claimed that it was “just a kiss” between the pair and denied that that there was any “passion” between them.
In a series of raging tweets after the interview, Kardashian branded Woods “the reason her family broke up” before blasting her for airing her stories and apologies in public.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs in the US on Sunday 23 June. Episodes will arrive in the UK on E!.