Megyn Kelly
Megyn Kelly might have embarrassed herself, and everyone else, with her dance moves. NBC

Video of NBC host Megyn Kelly went viral Thursday after the former Fox News anchor danced on her “Today” show. While the previous sentence reads innocuous enough, anyone with serious secondhand embarrassment should probably not watch the clip.

The humiliating moment occurred when co-host Hoda Kotb said she loved music. Pit Bull’s “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho) started to play in the background and all proverbial hell broke loose when Kelly and Kotb started to dance.

“No, no,” Kobt tried to protest. “I’m going to see a psychologist after this.” Kelly told her, “Oh, it’s happening.”

As if that wasn’t enough, they – sort-of — sang same of the words to the song. When Kotb said, “You know I want you,” Kelly answered: “Oh, I do.”

For those brave enough to watch, the awkward clip has been provided below:

There was more to the Thursday’s show then Kelly’s uncomfortable dancing. She talked to Legendary Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps about his struggle with anxiety, which was captured in the new documentary “Angst.”

“I hit a low point in my life where I didn’t want to be alive anymore,” he told Kelly. “I was sick and tired of having it in me.”

Phelps has been working out five to six times a week and while he could compete in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, it doesn’t mean he’s going to.

“I literally was just talking to a reporter a minute ago and I was like, I feel like I could do it, but I just have nothing that I want to come back and do,” he told Matt Lauer on the “Today” show. “I think that’s the biggest thing.”

“[Working out] was like a handful of times a week and now from my high point, I’ve probably lost 12 to 15 pounds. I wanted to get back into some kind of shape and then kind of start lifting,” Phelps added. “For me, I think the biggest thing is just knowing that for me to be the best husband, the best dad, the hardest worker, I need to work out. It’s something that I have to do at least five or six times a week.”

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