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Megyn Kelly challenges Charlize Theron over drag queens: ‘Why don’t you come and f–k me up?’

Megyn Kelly hit out at her Hollywood alter ego Charlize Theron on Friday after the actress who portrayed the former Fox News star in the hit film “Bombshell” threatened to “f–k anybody up” if they oppose drag queens performing for children.


Kelly on Friday responded to a viral clip of Theron defending drag shows during a telethon.

“I will f–k anybody up who is, like, trying to f–k with anything with” drag queens, Theron said during Sunday’s “Drag Isn’t Dangerous” telethon, which raised around $500,000.


“Okay, so why doesn’t Charlize Theron come and f–k me up? Because I’m 100% against her on this,” Kelly said during Friday’s episode of SiriusXM’s “The Megyn Kelly Show.”


The podcaster said that Theron is someone who “obviously I don’t know, but I feel like I have some weird connection with this person because she played me in a movie.”


Kelly also mentioned Theron’s adopted daughter, Jackson, who transitioned from a male to a female.

She said Theron erred by not coming out against “grooming of young children.”

“Yes, there are fun drag queen shows. I’ve been to them,” said Kelly, noting that “it was all adults.”


“But there are drag queen shows out there right now that are deeply disturbing and they’re happening in front of young children,” Kelly said.

“So know what you’re supporting.”

“Understand what we’re actually seeing out there which can include absolutely the grooming of young children,” Kelly added.


“Even [Theron] should be against that trans kid or not.”

“What happens is if you introduce sexual behavior, and like sexual references, just sexualization in front of children too young, it gets them used to it,” Kelly said.

“It lures the child into that behavior.”


Kelly concluded the segment by saying: “So it is a problem, Charlize. Believe me.”


The Post has sought comment from Theron’s representatives.

During the telethon, Theron alluded to proposed laws in GOP-run states that aim to ban public drag shows.


“There are so many things that are hurting and, really, killing our kids, and we all know what I’m talking about right now and it ain’t no drag queen,” Theron said.

“If you’ve ever seen a drag queen lip-sync for her life, it only makes you happier, it only make you love more, it makes you a better person.”


“Please support all the great organizations that are out there helping all of this nonsense go away like it should,” the Oscar winner said.


“All of these incredibly stupid policies. Bye! No more room for hate, only love, and love equals drag queens!”


Lawmakers in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Montana have proposed legislation in recent weeks cracking down on public drag performances.

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