Wendy Williams Shows on Live TV How She Got Facial Fillers Only Hours Before Show Taping

Mary Scott
Jan 25, 2020
08:20 P.M.
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Wendy Williams does not mind sharing her love for cosmetic procedures with the world. The talk show host shared a video of herself getting facial fillers from a doctor just hours before taping Wednesday’s episode of her show.


Fans of "The Wendy Williams Show" were in for an exciting time on Wednesday. Williams’ doctor,  Marion Shapiro, was in the studio building and performed a procedure on the host a few hours before the show went on air.


"This morning, I got here at 6:30 for a little breakfast procedure," Williams told the studio audience just before footage of the process began playing. "I was done! Roll the tape."

Williams is mandated to keep a $1 million life insurance policy on herself that will go to Hunter if she dies.

Members of the audience gasped as they watched Shapiro injecting Williams with a long needle across her chin. "She's sharpening my jawline, she's giving me a little cheekbone from the back," the show host explained.


Williams continued to advocate for basic cosmetic procedures:

"My doctor is in the building right now and I’ve been dealing with her for more years than this show was invented. If you see something, do something. Don’t just assume that your skin don’t crack. And everybody's doing something… I’ve never gotten a facelift. And you know what, if you start staving off at an early time, you won’t need a facelift!"


While the 55-year-old raved about feeling "like I'm 35," thanks to Shapiro's facial injection, she has no intention of getting any major cosmetic surgery, especially from the neck down.

Williams added that the only possible exception would be a breast reduction surgery sometime in the future. "I'll get it when I'm ready, but right now, I still like them," she said of her cleavage. The video of Williams getting her facial fillers can be viewed here from the 8:24 mark.


Later during the episode, Dr. Shapiro appeared onstage to perform some of her most innovative procedures and treatments on a few volunteers. Before-and-After pictures showed the effect of Shapiro’s work, which Williams previously warned does not come cheap.

According to PEOPLE, Williams has always been candid about her many cosmetic and plastic surgeries. She reportedly once told fans that she got liposuction and a tummy tuck over twenty years ago.


Besides her medical adventures, Williams has also been open about her personal troubles, including the divorce from Kevin Hunter, her husband, and business manager of almost 22 years.

Williams filed for divorce in April 2019 after Hunter allegedly welcomed a baby with his mistress of many years. Per ET Online, the divorce was finalized on Tuesday, with both parties agreeing to do away with spousal support.

(Happier Times) Kevin Hunter, Wendy Williams, & their son Kevin Hunter Jr. in New York City on July 11, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images


According to court documents obtained by the outlet, Williams is mandated to keep a $1 million life insurance policy on herself that will go to Hunter if she dies. The Emmy-nominated host is also responsible for her ex-husband’s health insurance.

Williams and Hunter will reportedly split proceeds from the sale of their New Jersey home, but the latter is losing possession of their joint bank accounts and all his shares in Wendy Williams Productions, Inc.


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