Flashback: Megyn Kelly Covers Prom Ticket Sales for Local Station in 2003

‘In 2003, students were bummed over the news that the school was going to be short several hundred tickets for the junior-senior prom’

Flashback: Megyn Kelly Covers Prom Ticket Sales for Local Station in 2003 (Mediaite)

Welcome to Throwback Thursday, the new Mediaite project dedicated to exploring the careers of your favorite news figures before they became major media stars. Sure, there’s a lot of things going on in the here and now, but still, all of us can take a little bit of time out to walk down memory lane.

In recognition of her big move to NBC, it only makes sense to get this party started by taking a look at Megyn Kelly‘s early career in TV news.

Before Kelly was one of Fox News’ major primetime players, she was a general assignment reporter for WJLA-TV, covering news of local and national significance around Washington, D.C. As a reflection of her humble beginnings, one of Kelly’s assignments back then was covering the angst students in Virginia felt about the prom at Forest Park High School.

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