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As Megyn Kelly is negotiating her exit from NBC, her doppelganger Charlize Theron has been spotted portraying the television host on set of the new Roger Ailes film.
Photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show Theron bearing a striking resemblance to Kelly on the same day the 47-year-old former Fox News host is reportedly being ousted from NBC over her controversial remarks defending blackface on Today.
Theron - Smiles - Thursday - Set - Los
Theron, 43, was seen all smiles Thursday while on set in Los Angeles as she left a trailer sporting Kelly's blonde locks in a white t-shirt and jeans. She then changed into one of Kelly's more conservative looks - a black dress with a much shorter hairdo.
Meanwhile, the real Megyn Kelly was last spotted publicly Wednesday in New York City with a solemn demeanor as she suits up for a $69million battle with NBC and looks to enlist journalist Ronan Farrow when she begins her exit talks with the network.
Film - BRON - Studios - Women - Fox
The unnamed film, produced by BRON Studios, will center around the women at Fox News Channel who were sexually harassed by network chief Roger Ailes.
John Lithgow will reportedly play Roger Ailes, while Nicole Kidman is set to play Gretchen Carlson.
Margot - Robbie - FNC - News - Producer
Margot Robbie will play FNC news producer Kayla Pospisil, and Allison Janney and Kate McKinnon are also slotted to star.
DailyMail.com has confirmed an earlier report from Page Six that Kelly is looking to have journalist Ronan Farrow join her when she begins her exit talks with the network.
Kelly - Attorney - NBC - Executives - Thursday
Kelly’s attorney asked NBC executives on Thursday if Farrow could attend the meeting according to an insider from Kelly’s camp,...
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