Charlize Theron was photographed on the set of an upcoming Roger Ailes movie bearing an uncanny resemblance to former TV host, Megyn Kelly. The fourth hour of NBC's venerable Today franchise that Kelly's show occupied will be hosted by other co-anchors from the show beginning next week, the network said.
NBC hired Kelly in January 2017 after she rose to fame on 21st Century Fox's cable channel Fox News.
Unfortunately for those expecting any kind of inside scoop from the reporters who work with Kelly, the package that aired only served as a confirmation of everything that was previously reported.
Kelly has had no comment since Wednesday, when she appeared live on her show and apologized for the remarks.
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Multiple factors explain Kelly's impending exit from NBC.
Meanwhile, on "Today", Kelly's own colleagues took her to task.
The network on Friday again aired a repeat of "Megyn Kelly Today" just as it did Thursday following this week's controversy over her comments about blackface.
News also reports that a source familiar with the situation but who is not authorized to speak publicly said, "Conversations have already started about Megyn's exit from the network". "They should also admit that they lie when they say they are opposed to bigotry in all of its manifestations". She is in the middle of the second year of a three-year contract, which reportedly pays her more than US$20 million (NZ$30 million) a year.
One year later, Kelly did herself in when she asked her all-white panel, "What is racist?" Page Six reported that he'd requested Ronan Farrow be present at a Friday meeting, but a source told us Farrow had no idea about it. "You do get in trouble if you are a white person who puts on blackface in Halloween or a black person who puts on white face for Halloween".
A Thursday report from the Daily Mail noted that Kelly reportedly will "not ever" come back to NBC after the fallout. And whatever her next destination is, let's hope she'll go back to her roots and do what she does best; sharp, sometimes biting, political analysis. "It's disgusting and heads should roll here because of it".