Officially out: Megyn Kelly and NBC have officially parted ways.
News and Megyn Kelly have officially cut ties after protracted exit negotiations prompted by the star host's controversial remarks on racially provocative Halloween costumes.
TMZ approached Kelly on the street while she was walking with her husband, Doug Brunt, and asked if she will be back on TV this year.
NBC News reported Kelly will leave the network with the remainder of her three-year, $69 million deal - about $30 million.
A spokesperson for NBC told multiple outlets, "The parties have resolved their differences, and Megyn Kelly is no longer an employee of NBC".
"But what is racist?" she wondered aloud. And "Megyn Kelly Today" was defined by disappointing ratings and awkward moments, with the host sometimes seeming ill-suited for the bubbly world of morning television.
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In contrast, more than 1 million people were granted permanent residency in the USA during 2017. Li replied: "If this is what you truly have in mind, we can give you a "Chinese green card" ".
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While she won't be allowed to sling mud at NBC, reports also claim that Kelly is not believed to be subject to any agreement that would prevent her from seeking work at another network.
But tough segments on accusations against former NBC anchor Matt Lauer didn't win her friends internally, as did her public call for Lack to appoint outside investigators to look into why the network didn't air Ronan Farrow's stories about Harvey Weinstein and allowed Farrow to take his story to The New Yorker. NBC would not comment Friday on whether the separation agreement allows her to write about her experiences at the network. "Like, back when I was a kid, that was OK as long as you were dressing up as, like, a character".
Last week, NBC announced that Al Roker would be taking over Kelly's slot on the 9 a.m. hour of Today.
Talks about the terms of her exit soon turned contentious, with Kelly's attorney Bryan Freedman accusing Lack of leaking details about the negotiations.