Professor-turned-host Melissa Harris-Perry is unlikely to return to her show on MSNBC following a dispute with network officials, reports say.
The host walked off her self-titled show on Friday after the program was preempted for weeks due to election coverage, according to emails obtained by the New York Times.
“Here is the reality: Our show was taken — without comment or discussion or notice — in the midst of an election season,” she said in an email to coworkers. “After four years of building an audience, developing a brand and developing trust with our viewers, we were effectively and utterly silenced.”
Sources told CNN that it’s “highly unlikely” Harris-Perry will return to the show.
Given the slim chance that America’s favorite tampon earring-wearing cable news talk show host will ever again grace the networks on Saturday mornings, here are several of MHP’s more idiotic musings: