Megyn Kelly Likely To End Her Daytime Show

Megyn Kelly Likely To End Her Daytime Show

But by Wednesday evening it emerged that Kelly had been dropped by Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

A decision about Kelly's future with the network, which secured a 3-year deal with her in January 2017 for a reported $69 million, is expected on Friday (though there is a lot of unofficial gossip that she's out). "Back when I was a kid, that was okay as long as you were dressing up as like a character". "You may have heard that yesterday we had a conversation about political correctness and Halloween costumes".

Kelly defended people who don blackface costumes for Halloween. I texted her at the time and she apologized", he said, before adding, "I think I was a good husband.

Look, I make mistakes all the time, as many of you lovely people know, but I do try to learn from them, especially because I have a platform, and I want to do my best with it. Megyn Kelly has shown to be allergic to growth, and if she doesn't want to work at NBC anymore, then she's got her wish. Kelly was off the air Thursday, and a pre-taped episode of Megyn Kelly Today was aired instead. The closest she could get to that time bloc would be 7 p.m. or 11 p.m., but those slots are now occupied by network faves Martha MacCallum and Shannon Bream.

News of Kelly's blackface comments lit up social media Tuesday and after public outcry and disappoint expressed by fellow NBC anchor Al Roker, Kelly apologized for what she said. After a showcase first interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow in which he claimed that Jews, Ukrainians and Tatars (groups oppressed by the Soviet Union and Russia) may have meddled in the 2016 US election instead of his government, she came under fire for a proposed interview with "InfoWars" host Alex Jones. Kelly's actually been married twice and was ready to break up with her second husband after he nearly killed her dog.

"I can say with 100% certainty that I was completely faithful to Megyn", he said.

Her firing ends a disastrous one-year experiment marked by awful ratings and huge financial losses for NBC.

Kelly questioned the campus mandate saying, "But what is racist?"

'We are just working out timing of the announcement but mark my word - she is gone and will never be seen on NBC live again'. At Fox News she insisted both Santa and Jesus were white. "There's nothing I can do about that". "Farrow recently accused NBC News of blocking his reporting on Weinstein, a charge that was denied by network chief Andy Lack".

Days after inciting backlash after defending the use of blackface on her hour of the Today show, Megyn Kelly will reportedly not return to NBC.

"There is not other way to put this, but I condemn those remarks", Lack said.

"We're thrilled to have her", Guthrie continued.