With the cancellation of “The O-Reilly Factor,” Kelly is leaving her show as the biggest celebrity in the sports world.
But not everyone is happy.
“The newscast was like a circus that was running all the time,” she said in a new interview with The Kelly File.
“I have a great respect for the work that the producers did, but I don’t think it was appropriate.”
Kelly revealed the decision to go on the show was a big one, saying she was so sick of it that she was willing to leave for a year.
“There was no real sense that I had a choice,” she told The Kelly Files.
Kelly, 32, was in the middle of her own show in 2018 when she was diagnosed with the brain tumor that had led to her death in March. “
And it’s just not a good way to be.”
Kelly, 32, was in the middle of her own show in 2018 when she was diagnosed with the brain tumor that had led to her death in March.
“They told me that there was no choice but to go,” she recalled.
“You’ve got to make a choice.”
Her decision came in July, when the cancer was diagnosed and she had a double mastectomy.
The surgery took two weeks.
“But the day I got it, I knew I was going to be OK,” Kelly said.
“That was my first real wakeup call, and I’m glad it was.”
But her medical team had a different view.
“We were like, ‘We’re not comfortable with this, and we’re not going to do this,'” she said.
The diagnosis of Hodgkin’s lymphoma left Kelly in a difficult position.
“As much as I want to be a role model, as much as my family and friends and fans love me, I’m not ready to have a job,” Kelly explained.
“So it was just not something that was comfortable for me.
I’m just really happy that I’ve made a decision to leave the show.”
Kelly also explained how she decided to quit, and why she was ready to give up on the future of her show.
“At first, it was a little scary, but it’s kind of like going from a baby to an adult,” Kelly told The New York Times.
“My body was just kind of in shock, and it was really hard for me to digest.
It was like the biggest decision of my life.” “
Then the first few days of this, I felt like I was just so ready to quit.
It was like the biggest decision of my life.”
Kelly said the reason she decided not to continue on the network was because she was being treated for the first time with chemotherapy.
“People just assume that if you’re on cancer treatment, you’re done, and if you haven’t been through it, you just quit,” she explained.
After six months, Kelly was able to make her decision to stay with her family.
“Now I’m in a position where I have two kids, and two other kids, so I don, too, feel a little bit better,” she added.
Kelly said that she is ready to move on from the show, though she said that if it didn’t feel like the right thing to do, she wouldn’t have decided to leave.
“For me, it’s like a new relationship,” she admitted.
“A new career.
It’s a new chapter.”
Kelly did not reveal when she will return to the show or what her future plans will be.