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Megyn Kelly is back! Well, sorta.
The former NBC and Fox News host has established her own verified Instagram and YouTube accounts, where she’ll be posting videos.
Kelly’s first post on her new Instagram account is a tease of an interview she wrapped earlier today with the former ABC employee who was fired by CBS News for allegedly leaking a hot mic video of GMA and 20/20 anchor Amy Robach. As we’ve reported throughout the week, in the clip, Robach says she had a story on billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sexual misconduct three years ago, but that the network decided not to air the story.
Kelly says she will break news on the platform later today.
The launch of Kelly’s Instagram account comes more than a year after NBC News announced that it was ending Megyn Kelly Today after the former Fox News host questioned if blackface was racist during an segment on Halloween costumes. Kelly said when she was growing up, blackface, “was OK as long as you were dressing up as like a character.” Kelly later apologized to her colleagues and audience for the comments.