Megyn Kelly, the controversial Fox News anchor, is making her bid for the big time with a photo shoot and epic interview in this month's GQ.
The full interview is pretty interesting, mainly because Kelly comes off in a very positive light. But let's get right to the goodies, shall we?
[On Fox] It's certainly not an uptight place. Like today, I said "big-boobed" on air — I was quoting someone, in my defense — and you don't get in trouble for things like that at Fox.
It's not political. Television is a service, but it's also a business. And in choosing what you're going to put on your program, you have to figure out what's going to appeal to your audience and what's going to rate. When I came to Fox, I noticed that we wouldn't ignore stories having to do with home-schooled children being discriminated against. Will you see those kinds of stories on our competitors? I don't think so.
[On Sean Hannity] We're friends. Even if you're a dyed-in-the-wool liberal, I'm sure you would enjoy him socially. At functions, he has time for everyone. He stops and says, "Tell me about your family, where you're from." He also has this line: "What are you a lib for? I'm going to Hannitize you!" [GQ]