Thursday, October 5, 2017

Megyn Kelly: fake, failure, $69 million mistake

Cheyenne Roundtree (; CC Liu, C. Quintero, S. Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly
I'm not worried. I'm locked in to my $69 million whether we film or not. Ha ha, NBC suckers.
I thought we had an exciting launch.
DAILY MAIL EXCLUSIVE: NBC's "$69 MILLION mistake!" NBC network executives slam the floundering Megyn Kelly as they reveal she is earning $23M yearly in a three-year deal for her morning show -- rivaling the salaries of Matt Lauer and Jimmy Fallon.
  • Megyn Kelly is raking in $23mil a year for her new NBC morning show and is locked in for the next three years, DailyMailTV exclusively revealed.
  • Network executives have slammed the former Fox News host saying that her salary is 'obscene' and a 'slap in the face' to other NBC veteran stars.
  • Matt Lauer, who has been at NBC for 23 years, has an estimated salary of $25m, Jimmy Fallon, who is host of a popular late night show, earns around $15m.
  • One high-ranking insider said: "How on earth can they justify paying her $69m for three years?"
  • Another added: "The network that created Barbara Walters, Tom Brokaw, and Matt Lauer will now forever be remembered for the $69m hire of Megyn Kelly."
  • The 46-year-old left Fox News in January and launched her new mid-morning program in late September.
  • Kelly's show has dipped in the ratings, and she has been excoriated for [her fakeness and] not connecting with her audience and awkward guest encounters.
  • The latest ratings report reveals that Kelly's show on Wednesday had a low viewership, a 1.5 overall rating and a .08 rating among women 25 to 54.
NBC executives not involved in her hiring are furious over Megyn Kelly's "obscene" $23 million salary for her tanking morning show and think it's a slap in the face to other established stars at the network, DailyMailTV has exclusively revealed.

Although it was rumored the former Fox News anchor was only being paid $17 million for her new role at NBC, Kelly will actually line her pockets with a total of $69 million over the course of three years for swapping politics for talk show antics.

Her hefty salary has drawn the scorn of senior NBC and Comcast executives who believe the 46-year-old shouldn't be raking in more than the network's veteran stars. More

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