If there is a more narcissistic, unlikeable, insuffferable bitch than Megyn Kelly, clearly the networks haven’t found her. If they had, that woman would still have higher ratings than Beggin’ Megyn.
Once again, NBC is coming to terms with the idea that maybe they shouldn’t have spent all that money to bring on Megyn Kelly. Once again, Megyn Kelly Today has lost even more viewers, and once again, while consultants and anyone with eyes can see that the show was a grave misstep, Kelly and her team are feebly insisting that things will be better when viewers get to know the “real” Kelly. Unfortunately for her, the problem is that we already do.
The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Kelly’s ratings are 18% below what the very same hour was pulling in last year for Today, and down 28% when it comes to the crucial 25-54 viewer category.
Literally the only way this story could be more entertaining is if she lost her job, her husband, her dog, and was forced to do low-budget pr0n. Which I wouldn’t even watch.
While driving in to work yesterday, I heard about this story on the Chris Stigall Show, and I have been smiling ever since. Radio personality Alex Jones’ NBC interview with MeAgain kelly is set for Sunday night, and when the inevitable funny business occurs, Jones will be prepared.
Alex Jones, the conspiracy-theorizing host of Infowars whose controversial interview with NBC’s Megyn Kelly is set to air Sunday night, has fallen back to the argument of every disgruntled interviewee: “They took me out of context.”
Except in this case, Jones may cause serious trouble for Kelly, who he apparently took the precaution of covertly taping in pre-interview calls and, he claims, the interview itself, which he is now publicizing on Infowars and his YouTube channel.
As distasteful and cynical as many may feel Jones’ argument to be, there is no doubt that the recording of a pre-interview call with Kelly, an edited version of which Jones published Friday on his YouTube channel, will heap further trouble and pressure on the NBC host.
Jones then cuts in footage of the promo released by NBC News in which Kelly probes him about his claims that the massacre was fake, and he replies by talking about the casualties of America’s foreign wars, and Kelly tells him he is “dodging” the question.
If true, this will be the greatest takedown of the mainstream media ever, and it couldn’t happen to a nastier bitch.
Megyn Kelly – or “MeAgain,” as AOSHQ accurately describes her – has apparently lost the bloom of her rose. In only her second NBC episode, MeAgain’s ratings are falling faster than her fine, milky-white alabaster breasts.
A re-air of CBS’s 60 Minutes more than doubled the viewership of NBC’s Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly.
In head-to-head competition, 60 Minutes, Sunday’s most-watched show, drew 7.9 million viewers while the second episode of Kelly’s show, which included an interview with Erin Andrews, averaged 3.6 million, down -42 percent from its debut episode a week earlier.
That’s a shame. The last thing Americans want is to see an attractive, self-absorbed, attention whore fail miserably in front of a national audience.
By the way, MeAgain’s interview schedule went from Vladimir Putin to Erin Andrews? That equally self-obsessed broad hasn’t been relevant since she was taped naked in a hotel room… in 2009.
I thoroughly despise Megyn Kelly.
The Fox News anchor is a shameless self-promoter, who inserts herself into the news far too often; so much so Ace from AOSHQ refers to her as “MeAgain Kelly.” Now Megyn has accused former Fox honcho Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, an incident which occurred years earlier.
Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly said Tuesday that she did not come forward sooner with allegations that former Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes sexually harassed her because it would have been a “suicide mission” for her career.
During an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” about her new book, “Settle for More,” Kelly said that in the beginning of her career at Fox News Ailes tried to kiss her three times in his office and that when she rejected his advances “he asked me when my contract was up.”
Kelly called Ailes’ actions “disturbing” but said she didn’t immediately come forward because “realistically, that would have been a suicide mission for me and my career.”
“I wasn’t Megyn Kelly of today. I had no power, and he was on the cover of industry magazines as the most powerful man in news. There was no one to go to.”
Gee Megyn, if only there was some organization which could have helped you. Like a group of officers, who enforced things, like the law. We could call this group “law enforcement officers!”
But yes, Megyn, you’re the victim. Here’s your safety pin.