Wendy Williams hosted the nationally syndicated television talk show ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ from 2008 to 2022. Wendy recently went through a difficult time in the public eye, but she is now ready to make a big comeback. She will no longer be on television, but she has promised her admirers that they will hear from her again soon.
“The Wendy Williams Show” came to an end this past Friday, June 17. She took a break from her show to regain her mental and physical strength. Wendy was not greeted with open arms after her break. Instead, her show was canceled, and her time slot was handed to someone else. On the other hand, Wendy isn’t discouraged since she’s off to land another bag.
According to Hnhh, Wendy recently appeared in an exclusive interview with Billy Bush of Extra TV. The 57-year-old media magnate stated that she will be plunging into podcasts soon. According to her, she is collaborating with iTunes so that her followers can continue to hear her rant about all things entertainment.
This sort of medium would be nothing new to the mother of one since it is where she began. In the late 1980s, she began working as a DJ for her college radio station. Years later, she won her own time slot on New York’s 98.7 KISS FM.
In 1993, she won the Billboard Award for Best On-Air Radio Personality and was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. During her Extra TV interview, she also addressed her show’s producing team, Debmar-Mercury. She made it plain to Billy that she still loves the crew and that the choice to part up was unanimous.
Wendy’s podcast debut date is still unknown. Do you intend to tune in once it’s available? We will keep you updated. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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