Tamron Hall Who Is Radiant After Megyn Kelly's Firing By NBC Rocks Long Hair For The First Time In 26 Years In Video
For fans of Tamron Hall, Halloween was a real treat because she decided to finally let the world know what she looks like with gorgeous long hair.
The former Today co-host, who was booted for Megyn Kelly, was loved by many on the morning show.
Hall, a Texan reporter, is respected for her professionalism, (tough questions to the political figures she interviewed), and adored for being a real fashionista with a quirky attitude.
For almost 26 years, Hall has always sported short hair, and while she looks lovely with her signature style, fans were beyond excited to see her with a long wig.
For Halloween, Hall opted to be the famous female salsa dancer emoji. The former host of NewsNation with Tamron Hall turned heads in a lovely red dress and high heels and shared a video where she is imitating the emoji.
One fan told Hall: "Omg, long hair. I am bowing down to you all the way from Sweden!!! You’re smart and beautiful Tamron!! Look how God has fought your battles and you’re still winning! That's how NBC need to be running back to your front door. Haven't watched since you left."
Another commenter stated: "You look completely different with the hair almost didn't recognize you. Another Halloween winner!!! I hope you are coming back to Today. We miss you. Nice costume #Tamronhall..and I know you got the good candy... full-size chocolate bars!!?Miss u on TODAY show."
This supporter asked Hall to come back to NBC now that Kelly has been fired.
The person wrote: "Come back to the today show and get your 9:00 spot back and your 11:00 spot....pleaseeeeeeee. I would Faint if I saw you in Real Life!"
This fourth fan shared: "See you could've kept your job. You knew Megyn wouldn't last! That's how NBC need to be running back to your front door. Haven't watched since you left.lol."
Kelly was booted from the Peacock Network after she made some insensitive and controversial comments about blackface last month during her hour of the Today show.
She issued an apology where she said: “I want to begin with two words: I’m sorry. I was wrong, and I am sorry. One of the great parts of sitting in this chair is getting to discuss different points of view. Sometimes I talk, and sometimes I listen, and yesterday I learned. I learned given the history of blackface being used in awful ways by racists in this country; it is not OK for that to be part of any costume, Halloween or otherwise.”
Do you think Hall will come back to NBC?