Wendy Williams Shuts down Rumors of Her Dating Robyn Crawford after Whitney Houston's Former Lover Appeared on the Show
Wendy Williams denies romantic involvement with Whitney Houston's long-time love, Robyn Crawford.
Talk show host Wendy Williams has been accused of having started a romantic relationship with author Robyn Crawford.
The rumors started after Wendy interviewed Robyn about her recent memoir about her ex-lover Whitney Houston, "A Song for You: My life with Whitney Houston."
Wendy, who has been getting back in the dating game since her divorce, was very frank about her sexual preferences.
WENDY WILLIAMS ACCUSED OF ROMANCING WHITNEY'S EX
The talk show host, who is recently divorced from husband of 22 years Kevin Hunter was accused by a publication of romancing Whitney Houston's lifelong love, Robyn Crawford.
"They title the article, 'Wendy's been looking for female companionship and Whitney's rolling over in her grave because Wendy has found it in Robyn Crawford.'"
WENDY WILLIAMS REFUTES ACCUSATION
"I am no lesbian. I like women for friendship. I like men and I like the D."
WENDY WILLIAMS: "I'M NOT A HOMEWRECKER"
Wendy went on to point out that besides the fact that she is not attracted to women, Robyn is married and has two small children. Wendy, whose own marriage was destroyed by infidelity, baldly stated that she is not a homewrecker.
WENDY WILLIAMS SUBJECT OF HER OWN "HOT TOPICS"
Wendy addressed the publication and the gossip about herself and Robyn in her own "Hot Topics" segment and set the record straight.
The rumors started when Wendy interviewed Robyn in the beginning of November about her memoir, and the two women struck up a friendship.
Wendy humorously revealed that she is neither gay nor bisexual, and has never had the least curiosity about sex with another woman.
ROBYN CRAWFORD'S MEMOIR ABOUT WHITNEY HOUSTON
Robyn Crawford was a lifelong friend and former lover of the music legend Whitney Houston.
When the latest documentary about Houston was released, focusing on the dark, drug-ridden last days of the star's life, Crawford wanted to set the record straight, and salvage her friend's legacy.
Houston and Crawford met in1980 as teens and fell in love. Fearful that exposure of a same-sex relationship would affect her career, the singer ended the romance - but not the friendship.
Crawford's memoir "A Song For You: My Life With Whitney Houston" is a testament to that friendship and the singer's devotion to her art.