Wait, is that Megyn Kelly? Nope. It's Charlize Theron.
As Twitter lit up with responses to President Donald Trump's televised address, conservatives including Donald Trump Jr. and Megyn Kelly criticized a joke by the "Late Night With Seth Meyers" account.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson compared a "whiteface" costume worn by NBC News host Lester Holt to that of recently fired "Today" show host Megyn Kelly, deeming all people offended as "self-righteous."
NBC News host Megyn Kelly had a history of dubious comments about race.
Amid backlash for her "blackface" comments, it is rumored that Kelly's job as host of her "Today" show segment is at risk.
"You cannot prove a sexual assault of Dr. Ford," Megyn Kelly said on the Today show Monday. "You can't, even she can't."
The journalist said Ford should testify on Monday.
"The Obama administration overcorrected the problem and swung the pendulum too far back against the accused," Kelly claimed.
"They're upset about a sexist, crude remark?" Kelly said. "The Trump White House. Are they kidding me?"
"For the paying customers who go in with their kids, do you really want to deal with a mass of homeless people or whoever is in there? Could be drug addicted—you don't know when you're there with your kids paying for the services of the place."
Fonda "has no business lecturing anyone on what qualifies as offensive."
Tomlin said she has been friends with Fonda since "before your first facelift."
Earlier this month, the actress said Ratner forced her to perform oral sex on him. She has now revealed an encounter with Weinstein, as well.
Juli Briskman lost her job over the matter but has no regrets.
Briganti "is known for her vindictiveness. To this day, she pushes negative articles on certain Ailes accusers," Kelly said.
The former Fox star goes Tina Fey's "sheetcaking" route by avoiding issues on her morning show debut.
The former Fox News host has a new gig—and it's not about politics.
Kelly showed herself to be a responsible and assiduous interrogator even if she had little to show for it in the end. Alex Jones, meanwhile, came off like a sweaty paranoiac.
Jones says Kelly told him it would be a "softball profile" without questions about the Sandy Hook and Pizzagate conspiracy theories.
Broadcaster says it's going ahead with the segment because the founder of the "alt-right" website InfoWars "has the ear of the president."