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The Duggar Parents Are Going to Speak Publicly About the Scandal

Who got the coveted interview?

Tim Surette

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, the progenitors of TLC's 19 Kids and Counting, have scheduled their first interview after last week's molestation scandal involving their eldest son Josh.

Fox News' Megyn Kelly has landed the coveted interview, which will be taped Wednesday in the Duggars' home state of Arkansas, with a large portion of it broadcast later that evening on The Kelly File, Deadline reports. Some of the interview will also be held for a one-hour special The Kelly File, scheduled to air on Friday night.

Watch Josh Duggar joke about siblings dating each other

The couple have been largely quiet since their eldest son Josh admitted to molesting several underage girls, including some of his sisters, when he was 14 and 15 years old.

Since the scandal broke, TLC pulled 19 Kids and Counting off its schedule, and Hulu yanked the show from its streaming service. TLC has not yet decided whether it will cancel the series.