Friday, May 24, 2024

Wendy Williams: This Season Was “Hell” But I’ll Be Back

Wendy Williams has been in the headlines over the previous year. All the drama that she has gone through made her lovers question whether her show might be in trouble.

Was she able to maintain everything on The Wendy Williams Show running smoothly despite all of the hardships and stress she’s been dealing with? Or has her display suffered from the results of the importance?

Williams declared her eleventh season of The Wendy Williams Show having a psychological statement on the season finale.

She stood facing her audience and said, “This year was, well, hell for me, in a bizarre way.”

At this point, Williams appeared to break down into tears, which she tried to hold back. “I love doing this show because it is one hour at which I get to be fun and forget about things. You have seen me pass out this year, you have read in tabloids and the paparazzi and all that. But through it all, my one joy — besides my son and my family — would be you.”

Williams continued, “I am not going to do this show forever, but I will be back for season 11. A lot of people did not believe we could do it, but we did it!”

The show is currently on break for the summer but will return on September 16.

Williams’ difficult year


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She blamed the charm on a tight costume and dehydration.

While Williams took some time away to handle her problems, her husband Kevin Hunter, spent time with his mistress.

Her husband, in a desperate effort for Williams to forgive him, issued a public apology for her.

“I’m not proud of my current actions and take complete responsibility and apologize to my wife, my loved ones and her amazing fans,” Hunter said in a statement to People. “I’m going through a period of self-reflection and am trying to correct some wrongs.”

Williams filed for divorce a brief time later, together with kicking Hunter from her mansion and shooting him from her series, where he was employed as the executive producer.

Williams looks toward the future with a new man


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In a since-deleted article, William shared his image with the hashtags #oldenoughtobeyourmother, #verysexyman, and #mynewlife.

However, only a few weeks later, Williams was quick to distance herself from Tomblin, which makes it clear that they weren’t a couple. Instead, she shared her show that she had been seeing a 50-year-old physician that she was”mad about.”

Williams told her viewers, “27-year-old men, quite frankly, find me attractive. I get it, but if it is time for the relaxation of a person, I want someone in his 50s also, and he has ta work. It helps that he’s a doctor He has been married. His children are in their 20s, and yes, he is black. He is brown-black.”

She is”off the market” with her new doctor guy, and her show is still going strong. This next year should be a far better one for Williams compared to the past.

Teodora Torrendo
Teodora Torrendo
Teodora Torrendo is an investigative journalist and is a correspondent for European Union. She is based in Zurich in Switzerland and her field of work include covering human rights violations which take place in the various countries in and outside Europe. She also reports about the political situation in European Union. She has worked with some reputed companies in Europe and is currently contributing to USA News as a freelance journalist. As someone who has a Masters’ degree in Human Rights she also delivers lectures on Intercultural Management to students of Human Rights. She is also an authority on the Arab world politics and their diversity.

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