On America’s Newsroom, Megyn Kelly titillated Bill Hemmer and her audience with a tale of her high school locker room catfight. After a segment about a student and teacher tussle, Megyn told Bill, “I had a girl fight once.” She saucily embellished, “I was in my cheerleading uniform.” Addled by testosterone, Bill could merely listen, sputter, and eagerly await more details: Megyn was happy to oblige.
Megyn recounted how, as a sophomore in high school, she was confronted by a senior girl who called her “the ‘b’ word.” She added, “I said, ‘If you call me that one more time, you’re gonna regret it.'” When the girl did, Megyn “let her have it,” and the girl responded in kind. Megyn fueled Bill’s imagination further: she purred, “Before you knew it, we were down on the ground rolling around.”
When Bill asked how the girl fight ended, Megan informed that her gym teacher broke it up. Then she fed Bill’s heightened interest by informing him that the catfight occurred “in the girl’s locker room.” However, to bring the story to a proper end, Megyn boasted, “She never bothered me again–not that I’m advocating violence.”
Megyn had daytime Bill all in a dither. I wonder what she will do to night-time Bill. Will she wrestle Liz Wiehl to the mat in a legal discussion on the O’Reilly Factor? Tune in and watch, especially if it’s sweeps.