Megyn Kelly kicked off her heavily promoted NBC morning show on Monday with a bit of synergy for network peer Will & Grace — and an awkward joke that left some online scratching their heads.
Megyn Marie Kelly was born November 18, 1970, she is an American journalist, political commentator, and former corporate defense attorney. She worked for Fox News from 2004 to 2017, and is currently with NBC News.
Her Career Life
On June 4, 2017, she started hosting a Sunday night news magazine program titled Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly.From October 2013 to January 2017, during her career at Fox News, Kelly hosted The Kelly File. Click on the next page to continue.
When she went to NBC, which offered her $18m a year to have a morning show. For somebody who made her name first as a lawyer and later as a clinically pugnacious anchor on Fox, the bait-and-switch to airy, apolitical morning programming came as a surprise.
Donald Trump’s Misogyny
NBC, at that point, was maybe persuaded that since Kelly faced Donald Trump’s misogyny, most broadly at the GOP primary debate, she had a sort of crossover appeal: one section soccer mother to one section school principal. Click on the next page.
She is done with politics
Megyn Kelly influenced her huge Today show debut Monday morning, and the longtime former Fox News anchor commenced her show by declaring bluntly that she’s done talking politics.
Will and Grace
At the point when Kelly later brought the previously mentioned cast out in front of an audience, she had an astonishment Will and Grace superfan holding up in the audience — an attorney named Russel Turner who had been motivated by the NBC comedy. Click on the next page.
What did she ask Russel?
Kelly asked him, “Is it true that you became a lawyer, and became gay, because of Will?” Shockingly, the fan took her question in stride, particularly when Kelly declared that she was giving him tickets to a live taping of the show’s revival and additionally an inn, airfare, and off camera set visit.
Look what she said?
She said, “I think the Will and Grace thing and the gay thing is gonna work out great.”
What was people’s reaction on this?
One could contend that Kelly’s comments were planned as joking, however, given her history with Fox News they put on a show of being particularly tone deaf.
Kelly said unexpected things.
Tonight with John Oliver was the biggest hit and the many stunning things Kelly said amid her tenure with the right-leaning cable news network, including one especially shocking comment contrasting gay rights with “Christian rights.”