Not everyone is cut out for TV.

Kimberly Guilfoyle’s latest attempt at remaining relevant, The Kimberly Guilfoyle Show, is off to a rocky start less than two months after it premiered on the right-wing social media platform Rumble.

The former advisor to ex-president Donald Trump and current fiancée of his son Don Jr. had an extensive career as a TV host for Fox News, but somehow, she still hasn’t quite got the hang of interviewing.

Last week, Guilfoyle shared a clip from her show in which she’s “interviewing” extreme right pseudo-journalist Darren Beattie about what really happened at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.

In the interview, Beattie claimed to have the inside scoop that the insurrection was actually an inside job by the FBI. Juicy stuff, right? Too bad Guilfoyle couldn’t be bothered.

In the clip, as Beattie explains how Green Beret veteran Jeremy Brown — who was just sentenced to seven years in federal prison for owning two illegal guns, a set of hand grenades, and classified military information — was actually approached by the FBI to be an informant during the events of January 6, Guilfoyle does everything except pay attention.

“Early December, JTTF agents approach him and say, ‘You know what, we think there is something big going down in January, and due to your status as a Green Beret and you’re connected, we’d like you to become an informant for us,’” Beattie rambles.

Meanwhile, Guilfoyle looks around aimlessly, fixes her hair, noisily brushes against her lapel mic, and generally looks bored out of her mind.

Her sour attitude didn’t go unnoticed. Some pointed out her lack of interest in a guest on her own show.

Some couldn’t help but draw attention to Guilfoyle’s … ahem, unique appearance.

And still others pointed to the uncanny valley-ness of the whole situation.

The Kimberly Guilfoyle Show isn’t a real TV show, anyway — it only “airs” on Rumble, which is closer to Twitch than to any actual news platform. Its first episode streamed on March 2, but with a charisma vacuum like Guilfoyle for a host, it still might be canceled sooner than later.

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