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‘Trying to erase Wendy Williams' legacy’: Shocked fans on ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ YouTube getting deleted

The YouTube account of ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ featured hundreds of hours of clips that were no longer accessible
‘The Wendy Williams Show’ YouTube account got deleted (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for Nickelodeon)
‘The Wendy Williams Show’ YouTube account got deleted (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for Nickelodeon)

The iconic ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ got canceled after its 13th season and it last aired on June 17 after the celebrity host Wendy Williams grappled with multiple health issues over the last few months. In the latest blow, the show’s YouTube account got deleted leaving the fans completely devastated. And, if this was not enough, the official websites for Wendy Williams Productions also got wiped off the Internet.
Social media users thronged Twitter the moment they got to know about the unfortunate news of the show's YouTube getting deleted. Many expressed their shock saying it was “equivalent to burning books” while also dubbing the move as “bitter.” The YouTube account of ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ featured hundreds of hours of clips that were no longer accessible. In a nutshell, the Internet presence of ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ is no more.
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‘The Wendy Williams Show’ YouTube channel gets deleted

The YouTube channel ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ getting deleted comes after two weeks of the show getting canceled. The 13th season of the daytime talk show was largely aired without its host due to Williams’ health-related issues
Wendy Williams had turned down the offer to film a farewell message for her fans. It would have been aired during the final episode, as reported by a source to The Sun. The source also revealed that Williams was asked to appear in the final episode to give a farewell message to the fans, but she refused. "They were not doing it live, but asked Wendy for pre-taped video," the source shared of the show's hope to get the 57-year-old on her stage one last time. "She still said no," the source said. "She’s not at peace with what happened. She's not happy with it."


‘They are trying to erase Wendy Williams' legacy’

Expressing concern over the show’s presence getting wiped off the Internet, one furious fan stated, “They are trying to erase Wendy Williams' legacy right in front of our eyes. They know her YouTube channel is our last memory of her iconic talk show. There is no good reason for her to delete her channel.” Another, on similar lines, asserted, “WHAT?!?! this is literally the equivalent to burning book her content is so important to pop culture.” One fan shared, “The burning of the library of Alexandria of our time.”
The next one tweeted, “Just for what they did I won’t be watching the next show the head company/bosses that own any of the shows I forget their name these people seriously are unbelievable to delete WENDY’S youtube.” Whereas, another added, “This should’ve been Ellen” referring to Ellen DeGenres show also getting canceled. “Why are they trying to erase everything from that show???? that's horrible”, said one user as another echoed similar sentiments saying, “ALL that ICONIC footage of potential memes and gifs GONE!! Wtfffff.” One concluded, “Cancelling the show is one thing but why the f**k would they delete the YouTube channel it's literally an archive also they can still make money on it makes no sense, they really are sooo bitter.”

Wendy Williams attends Spotify x Cash Money Host Premiere of mini-documentary New Cash Order at Lightbox on February 20, 2020 in New York, New York (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Spotify)









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