According to RadarOnline, television talk show host Megyn Kelly is having a very hard time filling the seats in her studio, and this has been happening since her very first day. After so many mishaps, she can't get A-list Celebrities to be her guests. Now she can't get a full audience for the guests she does get.

From the beginning

The 46-year-old journalist began "Megyn Kelly Today" on September 26, and it hasn't been smooth sailing for her. She began having trouble on her live show the very first week. It started when Debra Messing was a guest.

It didn't get any better when 79-year-old Jane Fonda and Robert Redford were there to promote their new movie, "Our Souls at Night." Megyn went off script by asking Fonda about plastic surgery.

Respected publicists have been reluctant to send their clients to "Megyn Kelly TODAY" because of the bad press the show is getting. It has come to the point where the former Fox News journalist is getting her own NBC "Today" colleagues to appear as guests. Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, Hoda Kotb, and Kathie Lee Gifford have all been on the show. They are trying to help because her third hour low ratings are pulling down the ratings for the entire four hours of the "Today" show.

Studio audience

Other talk show hosts are not having the problem that Megyn is having.

For instance, Rachel Ray, Kelly Ripa, and Ryan Seacrest have a six-month waiting list for people to appear in their audience. There is always a long line for people to get in to see Wendy Williams and Jimmy Fallon. Ellen DeGeneres has to make extra room for the many people who visit her show every day.

Megyn is inviting people on air to get tickets to be part of her studio audience.

Also, staffers are distributing tickets to people waiting in line to go to the "Today" show so they can go to "Megyn Kelly TODAY" instead. They have tried to rearrange the seating in the studio to make it look like it has more people than it actually does. Also, the camera angles are being adjusted to make the studio audience look like it is full when it really isn't.

At first, people on social media were willing to give the show a chance, but now they are concluding that it wasn't a good idea to do away with Al Roker and Tamron Hall's third hour and give the time slot to Megyn. She was much better on Fox News where she played to her strength of talking about politics with ease. Now that she is struggling with getting A-list celebrities as her guests and a full studio audience, NBC has a problem that needs to be fixed and fixed very soon before it gets any worse.