Wendy Williams Says She’s ‘Doing Fabulous’ after Leaving Wellness Center amid Rumors Her Show Is Canceled

Esther NJeri
Dec 03, 2021
04:30 P.M.
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Wendy Williams has been away from her show to receive medical treatments. Guest hosts have been holding the fort amid rumors of the show getting canceled.

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Famed for her honest, opinionated, and often-unpredictable show "The Wendy William Show," Williams has amassed fans in the millions, all of whom are worried about her health.

But their concerns have been put to rest as the talk show host was pictured leaving a Miami wellness center in new footage released by "The Shade Room" on their Instagram account. 

Talk show host, Wendy Williams. | Photo: Instagram/The Wendy Williams Show

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The short clip showed Williams leaving the building barefooted and in a Versace robe. She was in the company of her driver and seemed to be in high spirits

The 57-year-old mother of one initially ignored a question about the cancellation of her show. But when the man behind the camera said that everyone was hoping she felt better, she replied, saying she was doing fabulous.

Wendy Williams visits SiriusXM Studios on September 6, 2018. | Photo: Getty Images

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When asked if the rumors were true, she reassured her fans that there would be "lots more Wendy stuff" for her fans to look out for. She also confirmed that she was doing fabulous. 

With the rumors at rest, Williams has still not confirmed when she will be resuming hosting, even as a rotation of guest hosts continue to run the show in her absence.

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GUEST HOSTS RUNNING THE SHOW

The show, which was supposed to return for its 13th season in September, was delayed to October due to Williams's health issues. Reports say her health problems are caused by complications with Grave's Disease and her thyroid condition.

Season 13 premiered with various guest hosts, including MTV's Devyn Simone, Leah Remini, Whitney Cummings, Sherri Shepherd, Bevy Smith, Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister, and comedian Michael Yo.

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Despite her absence, the show has been raking in increased ratings, recording a 33 percent boost in household ratings during the first week of airing the 13th season. 

Her absence has fanned rumors that she is suffering from the effects of early-onset dementia. However, her younger brother, Tommy, has disputed the claims and disclosed to The U.S Sun:

"We haven't had any alerts like that, and I haven't seen anything like that or have had conversations with her that would lead me to believe that."

Wendy Williams attends the ceremony honoring her with a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame on October 17, 2019 in Hollywood, California. | Photo: Getty Images

The 54-year old says the family often travels from Florida to check up on Williams. He also let the publication know that she speaks to her father frequently, and none of her family has any concerns about her mental health.

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