Wendy Williams says she's 'wonderful', promises 'more Wendy stuff' in the future
Wendy Williams' ongoing health difficulties have been a source of anxiety for her devoted supporters, but in a new video, the 57-year-old claims she's doing great. In a video uploaded by The Shade Room, the Wendy Williams Show host was spotted exiting a Miami health facility earlier this week, when a photographer expressed some well wishes for the New Jersey native.
"Everyone wishes you a speedy recovery... Good luck to you," the photographer says, to which Wendy responds, "Thank you! Thank you very much.” "Are you doing okay?" the photographer inquired, leading her to respond, "Wendy is doing wonderful," before hinting that "more Wendy stuff" is on the way.
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A barefoot Wendy was led by a guy as she entered a black SUV, dressed in a Versace scarlet "I BAROQUE BATHROBE."
Over the years, she's shown to be a lover of the garment, wearing it in a variety of hues, including a yellow one on a flight in 2017. She's also been sighted in a wheelchair in recent weeks.
Wendy has yet to make an appearance on the 13th season of her programme, which aired on October 4 after being delayed due to her health. Sherri Shepherd, Michael Rapaport, Jerry Springer, and Leah Remini have all appeared as guest hosts on the popular show. Until December 10, Remini will be co-hosting alongside DJ and television personality Michelle Visage.
The former radio presenter recently updated her Instagram followers, telling them that she's "making progress" and that things are taking "longer than intended," while thanking her guest hosts. "HOW ARE YOU? ALL OF YOU ARE MISSED BY ME! My health has been a heated subject, as everyone knows." On November 10, she said on Instagram, "I'm making progress, but it's just one of those things that are taking longer than we planned."
"I'm a lady of a certain age, and I know enough to listen to my physicians," Wendy added. "I'll return to my purple chair when we all think I'm ready." "I want to express my gratitude to my whole crew as well as our guest hosts for stepping up and filling in for me when I was unable to."
There were speculations circulating last week that the talk show presenter's health was deteriorating, to the point that her production firm was seeking a substitute host for her famous talk programme.
The fill-in hosts were merely intended to keep the show's lights on until Wendy was well enough to return; it was thought that without Wendy, the public would not tune in, but this has not proven to be the case."
With a slew of famous guest hosts fighting for a permanent seat in the purple chair, Sherri Shepherd appears to be the front-runner, since her participation as a guest presenter was a tremendous hit for the show. When Shepherd took over, she not only kept all of Wendy's followers but also brought in a whole new audience. Despite the fact that there are no official reports on the future of The Wendy Williams Show at this time, we're glad to see Wendy is doing well and in good spirits.