Wendy Williams Affected by Suspension of Elective Surgeries in NYC Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Wendy Williams is worried about having "saggy boobs" after New York City announced that elective surgeries have been suspended amid the growing threat of Coronavirus.
Wendy Williams appeared on "The Dr. Oz Show" to discuss how COVID-19 has affected Hollywood, and her as well. Although she acknowledged the decision of the US government to close non-essential businesses and to put a pause on elective surgeries, she decided to speak about it from her perspective.
"It's just that, as a surgery girl, when you save your money and you've been planning for years, and then you have your appointment and all of a sudden Corona pops up, and I got to deal with these saggy boobs."
AN UNCERTAIN CORONAVIRUS TIMELINE
Unfortunately for Williams, Dr. Oz revealed that it'd take another couple of months before she's able to get her desired surgery. He goes on to explain his hopes about how the US combats the current COVID-19 pandemic.
"I am hopeful that we're eight weeks away from being through the worst of this."
WILLIAMS FILMS AT HOME
While she appeared on the show with Dr. Oz, Williams is currently filming her own talk show from home. While it's cut into a shorter segment, she's still given 15 minutes to tackle hot topics.
She won't be giving fans a house tour as she was hesitant to film from home in the first place.
SLAMMING LAMAR ODOM'S NEW SHOW
During her most recent episode, she spoke about Lamar Odom and his new show with fiancée Sabrina Parr. Unfortunately for them, instead of supporting it, Williams took a swing at it by saying "nobody cares about y'all's relationship."
Wendy goes on to discuss the odd relationship, as while Sabrina is a life coach, she has a bunch of arrest pictures with the police. Meanwhile, while Lamar reveals he's a sex addict, they're waiting to get married until they have sex.
It is unclear until when "The Wendy Williams Show" will be filming from the host's home, especially with the uncertainties of the current Coronavirus pandemic. One thing she made clear, however, is that she won't be giving fans a house tour as she was hesitant to film from home in the first place.
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