Wendy Williams

“The Wendy Williams Show” will end because of Williams’ prolonged health-related absence and be replaced this fall with a show hosted by Sherri Shepherd.
The show's 13th season premiere was pushed back to Oct. 4 after Williams contracted a breakthrough case of COVID-19. Now it's been delayed until Oct. 18.
"They won’t even let you order room service," the talk show host told "Late Night" comedian Seth Meyers.
The talk show host addressed her on-air behavior last week that prompted some viewers to wonder on social media about her "condition."
The talk show host said the remarks didn't come from "a place of malice," adding, "I live and let live every day. Life is too short."
The talk show host has since donated to two charities benefiting the cleft lip and palate community.
The talk show host didn't have much sympathy for the Duchess of Sussex and her hardships as a new mom in the public eye.
The model told "The Talk" that she thought her friend's comments were a "mistake."
“You wear a different mask when you’re out here,” the talk show host said.
To cope with the stress of both of my kids being diagnosed with learning differences, I drank my “prescribed” glasses of wine after they went to sleep.