Kelly says she's not completely turning back on politics

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"And unapologetically", Megyn said.

Former FOX News anchor Megyn Kelly is getting off to a rocky start in her new gig on NBC as a host on "TODAY", causing uproar on Monday by asking a "Will & Grace" fan if he "became gay" because of the show and today getting on the wrong side of Hollywood legend Jane Fonda by asking about her plastic surgery. I read you felt you're not proud to admit you had work done, why not?'

"We really want to talk about that now?" responded a visibly angry Fonda, eliciting some laughter from the audience. But Kelly appeared more interested in the 79-year-old's history with cosmetic procedures rather than the movie.

As Kelly attempted to take another swipe at the question, telling her guest, "Well, one of the things people think about when they look at you, is how unbelievable you look.", Fonda quickly changed the subject, stating, "Thanks".

Kelly quickly replied, "One of the things people think about you when they look at you is how fantastic you look".

Among her guests Wednesday were actors Jane Fonda, Robert Redford and Rumer Willis.

Then Fonda gave a sort of canned answer to the question before quickly changing the subject back to her film. She also got breast implants when she was younger and had a chin lift as well as other surgeries to remove the bags under her eyes and smooth the lines on her face. Take care of myself'. "I wish I were fearless enough to not do plastic surgery but I think I bought myself a decade".

After that, the "Grace and Frankie" star briefly sat with her arms crossed when Kelly asked Redford if there was anyone else besides Fonda he wanted to work with.

"I've had plastic surgery. When I see a woman who's made her face a mask I say: 'I bet, I bet'". "I've talked about that", she said.