Megan Kelly, Tamron Hall

Megyn Kelly is out at NBC — days after the embattled morning show host asked a question about wearing blackface for Halloween.

Sources tell Page Six that Kelly’s talk show was canceled after the public uproar over her ‘blackface’ comments.

She will get the remainder of her $69 million contract.

Kelly, 47, and her litigator Bryan Freedman reportedly requested Ronan Farrow “so he can be a witness” when she meets with NBC execs on Friday, a source told Page Six.

The network aired a repeat of Kelly’s show on Thursday and will air another repeat on Friday.

The controversy ensued during a segment on Halloween costumes on “Megyn Kelly Today” on Tuesday. Kelly asked if blackface was acceptable if a child wore a costume portraying a Black character.

“Thats “Back when I was a kid, that was okay just as long as you were dressing as a [Halloween] character,” Kelly said on Tuesday’s show.

Kelly also expressed sympathy for a character in “Real Housewives of New York” who wore blackface makeup as part of a Diana Ross costume.

The former Fox News anchor tearfully apologized on the air on Wednesday. “I want to begin with two words: ‘I’m sorry,'” she said.

Former MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall promoted her upcoming daytime talk show during a panel discussion at ID + Crime: The Truth Is Out There, at the Paley Center on Thursday.

Hall, 48, discussed her sister Renate’s unsolved murder, saying she was not ready to film a show about Renate’s death, according to Page Six.

Hall, who hosts Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall on the ID Channel, departed MSNBC and NBC in February 2017 after Kelly signed a $69 million contract with the network that same month.

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