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Here’s all the drama that went down in the wee hours of TV this year.
January In the first days of January, it was announced that after 12 years at Fox News, Megyn Kelly would be jumping over to NBC.
“I’m overheated in my costume and I did pass out.” A source told Page Six the staff was worried about Williams amid reports her husband had been cheating on her with a massage therapist. November After the bombshell Harvey Weinstein exposés and the slew of sexual harassment claims that followed, it was no surprise that the morning show world was hit with its own scandals.
February The announcement of Megyn Kelly’s arrival was soon met with sad news: After 10 years, Tamron Hall decided to leave NBC News and MSNBC. 1, an email went out to staffers that read, “Tamron is an exceptional journalist, we valued and enjoyed her work at ‘Today’ and MSNBC and hoped that she would decide to stay.According to a source, the staff was upset with how the conservative host handled the show’s interview with Hillary Clinton, yet we’re told that “she left of her own accord.” Meghan Mc Cain was quickly set as her replacement. During her first week on air with “Megyn Kelly Today,” she sparked outrage when she asked a “Will & Grace” fan on-air, “Is it true that you became a lawyer, and you became gay, because of Will? I don’t know about the lawyer thing, but I think that ‘Will & Grace’ thing and the gay thing is going to work out great.” The comment prompted star Debra Messing to say she was “dismayed” and even “regrets going on” the program. “Will & Grace” also airs on NBC, leading the network to instruct Messing to “cut it out.” The cherry on top of a dramatic September was when Kelly brought up Jane Fonda’s plastic surgery while interviewing her about a new movie. Not to mention, Matt Lauer didn’t stick up for her when he was told celebrities were avoiding her hour of the show.