Ann Curry Called Out Megyn Kelly's Feud With Jane Fonda

"There are so many stories that we're not covering and to take time with this ... is not journalism."

On Monday, Megyn Kelly used her segment on the Today show to call out Jane Fonda for not wanting to discuss her experience with plastic surgery.

Back in September, Kelly interviewed Fonda on her show and asked the actor, "I read that you said you felt you're not proud to admit you've had work done. Why not?"

Jane Fonda with a flawless example of how to side-step personal questions during an interview

Fonda avoided the question and has since gone on to say that "it showed that she’s not that good an interviewer." And when appearing on the Today show recently to promote the Netflix series Grace and Frankie, Fonda's costar Lily Tomlin jokingly asked her about getting a facelift, to which Fonda replied, "Who are you? Megyn Kelly?"

In her segment on Monday, Kelly said she has "no regrets about that question," adding that Fonda's name is "synonymous with outrage." Kelly also discussed Fonda's history of opposing the Vietnam War in the 1970s.

So on Tuesday, Ann Curry addressed Kelly's segment when she was guest cohosting on The View.

"Journalists are not supposed to be the story," Curry said.

"We're supposed to be humble. We're supposed to use whatever time we're given to shine a light on other stories," she continued. "There are so many stories that we're not covering, and to take time with this ... is not journalism."

View cohost Joy Behar also said Fonda should have asked Kelly, "And how much work have you had, bitch?"

Bloop.

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