Internet Reacts to Cringeworthy Exchange Between Jane Fonda and Megyn Kelly

If we learn just one thing from Megyn Kelly Today, the former Fox host's new NBC project, let it be that a woman's appearance is rarely the most interesting thing she has to talk about. And you look fantastic.

After a long pause, she replied: "We really want to talk about that right now?"

Kelly did not budge.

And then, Kelly said, "I don't know about the lawyer thing, but I think the "Will & Grace" thing and the gay thing is going to work out great".

"Bob Redford and I started working together in our 20s", Fonda says, as footage of their classic films play in the background. Good attitude. Good posture.

Ignoring Kelly's question, Fonda proceeded to discuss her upcoming movie with Robert Redford: "Seemed like the wrong time and place to ask that question", Fonda later told Entertainment Tonight.

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The question did not appear to sit well with Fonda, who later spoke with ET Canada's Sangita Patel about the interview. I have and I've talked about it.

On Instagram, the actress was asked by a commenter, "But why did you guys do the Megyn Kelly show?"

"I grew up so defined by my looks", Fonda told W "I was taught to think that if I wanted to be loved, I had to be thin and pretty". I take care of myself.

What's clear from watching Monday's debut, and throughout the week, is that Kelly will be propped up and supported - at least on-air - by what Matt Lauer called the Today show "family".

Jane Fonda has once again proved that she'll give anything a go in the fashion stakes. "What? No." She got a laugh from the crowd, and then continued: "But the viewer response has been awesome, and I am so grateful to have all of you giving us a chance".

Messing and her three other "Will & Grace" co-stars, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally, were guests on Kelly's new "Today" segment. They insisted NBC has no problems with the "Will & Grace" star. But the interview took a turn mere minutes in as Kelly turned the conversation with the two legends to the subject of aging. "We're in this bad youth-driven thing now where everybody needs to look 30 at 60".