Megyn Kelly is in big trouble.

Her ratings are in the tank and Donald Trump’s former nemesis’s career is on the rocks.

And now her days might be numbered after one backstage blow up.

Ever since Kelly signed with NBC and was awarded the 9 AM hour of the Today Show, there have been reports of backstage tension with host Matt Lauer.

But no one was expecting what Lauer had to say backstage—and it could spell the end for Kelly at NBC.

Agents are reportedly steering their clients away from appearing on Kelly’s show.

She’s conducted awkward interviews with celebrities that have gone viral for all the wrong reasons and her ratings are circling the drain.

Reportedly, Lauer was asked about this issue and threw Kelly right under the bus saying that he “gets it.”

The New York Post reports:

“Et tu, Matt? While Megyn Kelly’s had a rocky start to her hour of “Today,” co-star Matt Lauer doesn’t seem to be defending her.

When an industry insider remarked to Lauer last week that celebrities are being advised to avoid Kelly’s “Megyn Kelly Today” — amid ratings struggles and awkward snafus with famous guests — a Page Six spy overheard Lauer reply that he “gets it,” adding, “It’s a big problem for them,” meaning Kelly’s show. Insiders were stunned that the veteran “Today” host didn’t try to defend his new colleague.

We’re told publicists have been steering their clients to other shows, partly because of Kelly’s ailing ratings and partly because of the dust-ups with Jane Fonda and Debra Messing. In September — just two days into her run as host of the 9 a.m. hour of “Today” — Kelly upset Fonda by bringing up the actress’ plastic surgery past.

Messing said that she “regretted” appearing on the show after an awkward moment during which Kelly asked a “superfan” audience member, “Is it true that you became a lawyer, and you became gay, because of [co-star Eric McCormack’s character] Will?”

Another reason that Hollywood flacks are booking clients elsewhere is that Kelly is struggling to hang on to viewers. As Page Six recently reported, her numbers are nearly at an all-time low for the famed NBC morning show and she continues to drag down “Kathie Lee & Hoda.”

“This week was the lowest Kathie and Hoda have rated since 2010,” said a source. “It keeps getting worse. Megyn is killing them. It is a real problem and no one wants to book Megyn’s show,” the insider said. Another source added, “They can keep telling you about all the lunches they’re taking her to, but it’s not helping the ratings.”

NBC had hoped Kelly’s move to daytime would wash away the stench of her failure on Sunday nights.

The Peacock network handed her a Sunday primetime show but yanked it from the schedule after just eight episodes due to poor ratings.

Failure has clearly followed her to daytime now too.

The Today Show is one of NBC’s most valuable properties.

But Kelly’s show is an anchor dragging the program’s ratings to the bottom.

Will NBC fire Kelly?

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.