Megyn Kelly and Karl Rove brought some fun visual props to the show last night

Megyn Kelly seems happy to be back from her summer vacation.

The ratings juggernaut of a show, “The Kelly File,” featured some interesting visual moments on Tuesday night.

As part of a segment on Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s health, Kelly brought in Fox News contributor Dr. Marc Siegel. At the end of the piece, she had a show-and-tell with a bottle of vodka he gifted her from his trip to Russia.


Kelly pretended to pour herself a belt, but it would have been completely unnecessary, since the next segment involved political analyst Karl Rove, who cracked her up with his multiple trademark whiteboards detailing the possible health woes of Clinton.

Megyn Kelly

Surely it was more fun for conservatives than watching her try to ruin Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s “best week ever” as she did the night before.



But, Kelly has good reason to be downright giddy.

According to Nielsen, “The Kelly File” scored big in the ratings for her Monday return.

The “Kelly File” garnered nearly 3 million in total viewers and 538K in the key 25-54 demo, according to Nielsen. The “Kelly File” beat the competition combined in the 9PM/ET hour and was the #2 cable news program in both total viewers and the demo for the night, only behind ratings juggernaut The “O’Reilly Factor.”

FNC’s The Kelly File: 2,842,000 in P2+ (538,000 in 25-54)

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow: 1,789,000 in P2+ (393,000 in 25-54)

CNN’s Anderson Cooper: 918,000 in P2+ (334,000 in 25-54)

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