Since Megyn Kelly left "Today" in October following her remarks about blackface, more people are watching the NBC morning show.
The ousted "Megyn Kelly Today" host blasted a Daily Mail photographer whom she says took pictures of her husband "in our home" and followed her 7-year-old daughter to school, where the pap "secretly videotaped" her child and classmates.
While Megyn Kelly's legal team negotiates her departure from NBC, the “Today” show goes on without her.
As we await official word as to what is happening with Megyn Kelly's contract at NBC, the morning news shows covered the controversy extensively on Friday — including at her home network.
While Megyn Kelly's future with NBC is still being decided, the network announced on Friday that her talk show, which was the third hour of the "Today" show, has been canceled.
Megyn Kelly's morning show on NBC will reportedly end very soon, but she's leaving far from empty-handed.
One critic of Megyn Kelly's apology wrote, “It’s wild that Megyn Kelly just got a standing ovation from her audience for not discovering the racist history of blackface and minstrel shows until her 47th year as a citizen of this country.”
Megyn Kelly doesn't understand why blackface is offensive — and gets called out on Twitter for it by Patton Oswalt, Padma Lakshmi, and others.
On "Megyn Kelly Today," Kelly was asked if the accusations against former Fox News host and chair of the Miss America pageant were believable.
Megyn Kelly had strong words for the Kardashian-Jenners on her talk show, when she accused them of getting plastic surgery.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer was grilled by Megyn Kelly on his claims of inauguration crowd size and other falsehoods by the White House.