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Megyn Kelly Negotiating ‘Fox News’ Contract — Seeks Over $20 Million!

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Oct. 27 2016, Published 1:13 p.m. ET

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It’s been a big year for Fox News host Megyn Kelly, and the popular TV personality wants a salary to reflect her hard earned work.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the 45-year-old is currently negotiating new contract with Fox News, seeking a multi-million dollar raise.

“For the final year of her current deal, Ms. Kelly is set to receive about $15 million, people familiar with the matter said,” the report stated. “The people said she is seeking an average annual salary north of $20 million for her next contract — which would put her on par with Fox host Bill O’Reilly.”

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Rupert Murdoch told the WSJ that the new deal should be completed “very soon,” but added that “it’s up to her.”

“Fox News has a deep bench of talent, many of whom would give their right arm for Kelly’s spot,” he told the newspaper.

Meanwhile, Kelly will get a chance to try morning television on for size following the election, when she begins co-hosting Live with Kelly alongside Kelly Ripa.

“She’s not yet shown a warm and fuzzy side,” said GMA’s former executive producer Shelley Ross.

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But success continues for the host in other areas, as her show, The Kelly File, remains one of the most-watched programs in cable news.

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