FLASHBACK: Megyn Kelly Discussed Breast Size, Husband’s Genitalia With Howard Stern
NBC host Megyn Kelly, an outspoken supporter of sexual harassment victims, once discussed her breast size and husband’s genitals on Howard Stern’s show in 2010.
Kelly, working for Fox News at the time, cracked jokes about her breasts and her husband’s genitals during a radio interview with Stern. The shock jock began by asking Kelly who she would “fuck, marry, and kill” from Fox News employees, if given the choice between Bill O’Reilly, Glenn Beck, and Sean Hannity. Kelly said she would marry Hannity, because “he has the most dough.”
The conversation then turned to Kelly’s breasts, with Stern asking if Kelly got implants and her responding, “well these don’t look fake.” The camera zoomed onto her chest, with Stern asking if she is a C-cup.
“My husband calls them killer bees,” Kelly said.
“They look like Cs to me,” Stern responded.
Later in the interview, Stern asked Kelly about her husband’s penis size, to which Kelly responded by saying, “There’s no problem there,”
Kelly brought three women accusing President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct on her show Monday. Discussing sexual harassment has caused her ratings to improve, according to The Washington Post.
Trump previously referred to Kelly as a “bimbo” in a tweet over her language to women during a 2015 GOP debate. He also tweeted Kelly’s GQ cover, which featured her in a provocative pose.
“And this is the bimbo that’s asking presidential questions?” Tump tweeted, adding that Kelly “criticizes Trump for objectifying women … Poses like this in GQ Magazine.”
#2016Election okeedokee #MegynKelly @megynkelly .. criticized #Trump for ‘objectifying women’ vs her GQ magazine spread h/t @dmon4ever pic.twitter.com/n6vftN0XV0
— TraderStef (@TraderStef) October 28, 2016
“I was 40, and I was pregnant, I was like, ‘I look pretty good,'” Kelly responded.
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