Megyn Kelly’s Co-Workers At NBC News Are Already ‘Outraged’ At Her, According To Report

When it comes to making friends in a new workplace, Megyn Kelly could apparently use some help. According to a new report from the New York Post’s Page Six, her colleagues at NBC News already can’t stand her.

From the story:

Megyn Kelly’s co-workers are already ‘outraged’ at her

NBC News is sparing no expense on its new star, Megyn Kelly, and the lavish spending is ticking off some of her new colleagues at the Peacock Network.

Kelly is on a five-day nationwide tour to visit affiliates in major markets, and she is traveling on a charter jet with a support staff of five or six people, including a hairstylist, a makeup artist, a publicist and a security detail.

“People are outraged over her divalike ways,” one network source told me. “They wonder, ‘When does NBC stop throwing money at her?’ ”

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Kelly left Fox News in January to take over the 9 a.m. hour of “Today,” which launches on Sept. 25 as “Megyn Kelly Today.” Her salary is said to be $18 million a year.

NBC hired new staff, built a new set and will be spending extra on a live audience for the show, which Kelly’s been touting in Dallas, Houston and Denver.

“She’s working sunup to sundown every day — some days, two cities a day,” an NBC insider said, and shooting multiple promos and pieces for the new show.

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She probably should have stayed at FOX News.

Life has been an uphill battle for her, professionally, ever since she left.


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