Megyn Kelly Skips 'Today' as Questions Mount Over Her Future at NBC

Megyn Kelly Skips 'Today' as Questions Mount Over Her Future at NBC”

"Well, we got a nice preview of the outrage this year with all the tantrums that NBC News" Megyn Kelly has caused with an admittedly tone-deaf but overall harmless opinion on "Megyn Kelly Today, ' during what should have been a civil conversation between four adults", Glenn said.

Kelly secured top Hollywood litigator, Bryan Freedman, to represent her. NBC has not responded to Yahoo Entertainment's request for comment and has only said, "Given the circumstances, Megyn Kelly Today will be on tape the rest of the week".

That's when she questioned why using "blackface" for a Halloween costume was considered racist or insensitive.

And Kelly has been openly challenging the news division's management, including NBC News chair Andy Lack, for months.

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While People reports that Kelly hasn't been fired completely from NBC, The Daily Mailand Page Six both report that Kelly will no longer appear on the network.

An irony in light of Kelly's role in bringing down Roger Ailes: I don't think I've seen a single #MeToo malefactor fall as quickly as she apparently has for making one outre remark about wearing blackface on Halloween.

Before Megyn made the jump to NBC, she was earning $8 million a year at Fox.

Belloni also says Kelly has split from her talent agency CAA, but it's unclear whether Kelly or the agency made that decision. I defended the idea [of black face], saying that as long it was respectful and part of a Halloween costume, it seemed okay. "For me, as a lawyer, it's always better if you just send it outside. Thank you for listening and for helping me listen too". "There is no place on our air or in this workplace for them".

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"I was wrong and I am sorry", Kelly said. "Very unfortunate", Lack reportedly said. "Happy Friday", she said at the opening of the taped show on Thursday.

At the same time, her former association with Fox caused some NBC colleagues and viewers to regard her with suspicion.

NBC attempted to command lofty price hikes in the 9 a.m. hour, when Kelly's show airs, during last year's upfront ad haggle - when networks look to secure a bulk of their ad commitment for the following season - but received pushback from advertisers. Apparently, Kelly Clarkson is being offered the job. Kelly later got into a dustup with Jane Fonda - by asking her pointedly about her plastic surgery - in what would eventually develop into a monthslong feud.

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