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Megyn Kelly launching live radio show on SiriusXM

Megyn Kelly
Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly attends the 2016 Variety’s Power of Women: New York, presented by Lifetime, at Cipriani Midtown on Friday, April 8, 2016, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

Megyn Kelly is back and ready to rumble on the microphone.

SiriusXM announced Tuesday that Meghan Kelly has signed an exclusive broadcasting agreement with the satellite radio company to launch a new live, weekday radio show in the fall.

“The Megyn Kelly Show” will premiere Sept. 7 on SiriusXM Triumph channel 111.

Kelly’s show ill air weekdays from 12-2 p.m. ET, featuring her viewpoints on the day’s top stories as well as listeners call-in.

Kelly, 50, has been hosting a podcast by the same name that releases episodes three days a week.

Episodes will be then available to her podcast listeners via the SXM App, Pandora, Stitcher and other podcast platforms after premiering on SiriusXM.

She previously worked at Fox News for 13 years.

After working at Fox News Kelly became the anchor of the third hour of “Today.” But her time at NBC was brief after being removed in 2018 after defending blackface Halloween costumes.