UPDATE: Megyn Kelly is apologizing for her remarks on NBC's morning show.
In an internal e-mail to colleagues, the talk-show host admitted "that such behavior is indeed wrong, and I am sorry. The history of blackface in our culture is abhorrent; the wounds too deep."
"I've never been a ‘pc' kind of person — but I understand that we do need to be more sensitive in this day and age," she continued. "Particularly on race and ethnicity issues which, far from being healed, have been exacerbated in our politics over the past year. This is a time for more understanding, love, sensitivity and honor, and I want to be part of that. I look forward to continuing that discussion. I'm honored to work with all of you every day."
Megyn Kelly is facing the heat after sharing her thoughts on certain Halloween costumes.
Topic number one involved the student union at Kent University in the U.K. who created a list of Halloween costumes that are offensive or inappropriate.
"What is racist? You get in trouble if you are a white person who puts on black face on Halloween, or a black person that puts on white face for Halloween," Megyn shared during the discussion. "That was okay when I was a kid as long as you were dressing like a character."
She later added, "I can't keep up with the number of people we're offending just by being normal people these days."