Tamron Hall Reportedly Reveals Feelings toward Megyn Kelly Who Took Her Place at NBC
Tamron Hall, 47, broke her silence about her emotional exit from NBC and revealed that she has “no ill will” towards Megyn Kelly, who took her spot.
Two years have passed since NBC chose to let go of Tamron Hall from the third hour of “Today” and finally, the daytime host opened up about how she truly felt about the woman who took her place.
“I have no ill will towards Megyn [Kelly],” Hall told People. “They made her and offer she shouldn’t refuse. And they made me an offer I could refuse.”
Hall bid the daytime show farewell in February 2017 which put her through a difficult and emotional journey but also allowed her to gain much more than what she lost. She persevered and took a “leap of faith” to get to where she is today.
“I never thought I’d have to lose everything to gain even more, but I lost my spot, and I gained a husband who roots for me,” she revealed. “A beautiful baby boy who looks at me like I’m his entire world and not just his milk source, and I have a phenomenal daytime talk show team who every time we’re on the phone, they just want the best for me, and I want the best for them.”
With Hall’s overflowing qualifications in the business, it came as no surprise that following her depart from “Today,” offers came in, including a syndicated daytime show which she accepted will be launching this September.
Towards the end of last month, another blessing came to Hall’s life -- her first baby was born. Moses was born on April 24 and was kept a secret until March 4. His mother told People that her pregnancy was at high risk due to medical factors, and was terrified to lose her baby.
During her 30’s, Hall utilized fertility treatments to conceive a child but failed until last year. Her pregnancy came as a surprise and a scare given her age of 47, but thankfully, she was able to have a healthy delivery.