Megyn Kelly will be there.
Will Donald Trump?
Fox News Channel has announced that Kelly, Bret Baier and Chris Wallace will return to moderate the third GOP presidential debate this election season on Fox News Channel.
The live event starts at 9 p.m. March 3 in Detroit and will run two hours.
"The debate will take place at a pivotal point in the 2016 election cycle, hosted two days after Super Tuesday and ahead of key primary votes in Michigan on March 8th and Florida and Ohio on March 15th," Fox News said in its release.
Fox News is bringing back top talent: "Special Report" anchor Baier, "Kelly File" anchor Kelly and "Fox News Sunday" host Wallace.
Debate criteria for the candidates to participate will be announced closer to the event.
Fox News scored its highest-rated telecasts with its previous GOP debates this election season. The Aug. 6 edition with Trump brought in a record 24 million viewers. The Jan. 28 debate without Trump drew a still-impressive 12.5 million and stands as the No. 2 audience in Fox News history.
Trump has repeatedly relayed his lack of respect for Kelly, but she has won wide acclaim for her work. Some pundits say that Trump's passing on the Jan. 28 debate hurt him in Iowa, and he has acknowledged that skipping the event may have cost him votes.
The next GOP debate will be in New Hampshire and starts at 8 p.m. Saturday on ABC.