Ever wanted to meet Fox News host Megyn Kelly? Here's your chance. Kinda.
For $200, you can get in to a charity fundraiser Tuesday night in New York put on by a group called The Kelly Gang. There, the Fox host will auction off a meet-and-greet along with a studio tour. The event at Michael's Restaurant benefits the New York City Alzheimer's Association.
Lest you think that Kelly's last name and the name of the group is a coincidence, take a look at their explanation:
The Kelly Gang is a celebration of friendship and gratitude. We began as a Christmas holiday lunch in 2000, when Keith Kelly of the New York Post and Ed Kelly of American Express Publishing invited a few other Kellys, including Tom Kelly, the novelist and TV writer, Mike Kelly, the publisher of Entertainment Weekly, and Jim Kelly, the managing editor of Time Magazine, to join them for a meal at The Four Seasons restaurant.
They still get together in December for a holiday lunch, and others have joined in: Ray Kelly, the long-serving New York City police commissioner, Kate Kelly Smith, a senior vice-president of Hearst Corp., Mary Pat Kelly, a novelist and filmmaker, Kevin Kelly, a partner at Lutz and Carr, and Kirk Kelly, a musician. Spying the group at lunch one day at Langan's Pub, Steve Dunleavy, a columnist for the New York Post, dubbed the group "The Kelly Gang," and the name stuck.
Kelly continues to be a popular draw. She's currently the highest-rated show in her time slot across all of cable news.