Former Fox News star Megyn Kelly’s repeated flops after her move to NBC has critics wondering… how did she talk her way into an $18 million contract?
NBC’s “The Today Show” aired a Halloween special Tuesday morning featuring Carson Daly as Billy Ray Cyrus, Al Roker as Willie Nelson, Hoda Kotb as Blake Shelton, Kathie Lee Gifford as Miley Cyrus and Savannah Guthrie as Kenny Rogers.
Kelly took the stage dressed as country music star, Shania Twain in the ‘Man! I Feel Like a Woman’ music video — and it was painful to watch.
She was introduced onto the stage as the country music legend, Reba McEntire, and moments later her performance had viewers cringing in their seats.
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See the humiliating video for yourself….
Social media users were more than happy to share their thoughts on Megyn’s awkward performance — and we cannot agree more with their statements.
Celebrating Halloween with some scary viewing: Megyn Kelly on the Today Show. Cringeing along ????????
— Spencer Spookoff ???? (@SpencerDukoff) October 31, 2017
Matt Lauer, who performed on the show as Dolly Parton, asked Kelly how she felt all dressed up and she responded, “Every shred of my dignity is gone, so I feel like I’m home.”
She later added on during a sit-down interview with Shania Twain that the costume,“gave me boobs where boobs didn’t exist, a waist where a waist didn’t exist, and a flat stomach. It’s all good.”
Only two months since her show debuted, Kelly’s ratings have shot down rapidly. Critics say that it has been a big struggle of Kelly’s to be seen as likable to the public — it is no shock as to why.
According to Rasmussen Reports — which surveyed more than 1,000 adults in the U.S. — 45 percent of Americans have an unfavorable view of Kelly, while only 28 percent of Americans polled had a “somewhat favorable” view of her. Another 27 percent had no opinion on the TV personality.
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Halloween morning manifested another day of viewers being treated to Kelly’s uncomfortable dance moves for the second time this month.
It seems obvious that everyone could do without them.
— The Horn editorial team