NBC host Megyn Kelly said she has no regrets about her on-air slamming of actress Jane Fonda earlier this year, saying in a new interview being a lady sometimes means “throwing a sharp elbow to stand up for yourself.”
Megyn Kelly got approval from NBC higher-ups before attacking actress Jane Fonda on her show Monday, but top network officials were shocked by how far the TV host went, according to a new report.
A writer for Megyn Kelly’s NBC morning show, who was fired earlier this week, has levied allegations that the show’s two co-executive producers created a “toxic and demeaning” work environment.
Fox News is closing out 2017 with a lead over competitors MSNBC and CNN in both overall viewers and in the coveted 25- to 54-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen Research.
NBC’s Megyn Kelly has struggled with ratings since she joined “Today” in September, but her show has recently seen a slight turnaround after shifting coverage to focus on the slew of sexual misconduct scandals.