Wendy: The Wendy Williams Show (2008– )
Tons of celebs have been rocking these sexy shoes, proving it's easy to go bold even while layering up as the temps drop.
Elsa Hosk was the latest star to take the look out for a spin.The 29-year-old Victoria's Secret Angel showed off her impossibly long legs as she made her way into The Wendy Williams Show in New York City on Tuesday, pairing her heeled Versace boots with a long cream duster and a powder blue slip Redemption dress that featured a ruffled lace-up bodice and two thigh-high slits.
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La La Anthony doubled up on the fiery look, rocking hers with a matching leather dress while out on Saturday. She captioned her sultry Instagram pic showing off the look, "Sexy ting."
Susan Sarandon made sure we all knew age ain't nothing but a number, adding a pop of
On Tuesday, Kensington Palace revealed that Harry and Meghan will tie the knot in May 2018 at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. While the ceremony is expected to be a more intimate affair than Harry's brother, Prince William's, 2011 nuptials to Kate Middleton -- which was held at Westminster Abbey -- considering both Harry and Meghan's famous pals, we can expect to see a few familiar faces.
Let's take a look at the celebs who may be lucky enough to score an invite.
Though Meghan wasn't present at Serena Williams' fairy tale New Orleans wedding to Alexis Ohanian earlier this month, the two are good friends. Last September, Meghan shared a cute photo of the two at New York Fashion Week, when she came out to support Serena's show for Hsn.
"My eyes are closed
Despite Hudson’s legal steps, which her representative told People were “taken in the best interest of their son,” Otunga’s attorney released a statement insisting his client “has never abused or harassed Ms. Hudson or their son, and it is unfortunate, especially in today’s climate, that she would feel the need to make these false allegations against him.
Whether scrutinizing her body or her marriage to Kevin Hunter, her husband of 20 years and manager, haters have gossiped about Williams her whole career.
The upshot? Williams, 53, gets to tell her story, herself, in her own time every weekday on her daytime talk show.
“I would rather get in front of a situation than have a situation get in front of me,” she tells People. “People talk. Even when they’re supposed to be confidential, they talk. So I would rather talk first.”
“I don’t like the paparazzi,
“I don’t feel like a celebrity, and being celebrated is not my favorite part of this job,” she tells People. “My favorite part is going out there and actually doing the show. It’s the best hour of any day, because if I feel like crap, somehow I’m always lifted up. If I feel really happy, I can spread that to other people.
During an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show, star Bellamy Young revealed that creator Shonda Rhimes previously had a very different idea of how she would close things out:
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During a visit to The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday, Bellamy Young confirmed that Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes originally intended for the series to end with Mellie being sworn in as Potus, which happened at the end of Season 6.
Young recalled, “We asked her at the beginning of the year. We went out to dinner and asked, ‘Is it ending like you always thought it would, or has anything changed?
During an interview on The Wendy Williams Show, the host asked where she got her showbiz moniker. The singer revealed that it stems from alcohol. “My sister’s name is Hennessy, so everybody used to be like ‘Bacardi’ to me,” she said. “Then I shortened it to Cardi B. The ‘B’ stands for whatever, depending on the day…beautiful or bully,” she said, referring to the iconic rum and spirits brand. “No one calls me Belcalis except for my family, my mother and my daddy,
The 53-year-old TV personality appeared on Friday's Good Morning America and recalled the scary incident. "I got hot," she told ABC News' Amy Robach of the tumble. "I was dehydrated according to the paramedics."
Williams added, "I'm a woman of a particular age. I'm also going through menopause."
Watch: Wendy Williams Passes Out in Her Halloween Costume on Live TV: Watch the Scary Moment
The Wendy Williams Show host passed out while dressed as the Statue of Liberty and joked that she was still graceful when she fell to the floor. "Fall pretty, cause this will never happen again, and go down with the crown," she quipped. "For people watching, when they saw me, you know, put my head, my hand up, it's cause I'm trying to make sure my crown is there."
Williams bragged, "It was
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Wendy Williams is reassuring fans that she’s just fine after her scary on-air collapse.
“I was dehydrated, according to the paramedics. I went to my own doctors and I’m fine,” she said during an exclusive interview with ABC News aired Friday on Good Morning America.
On Tuesday, the 53-year-old talk show host fainted during a live broadcast of her self-titled show — a collapse
Wendy Williams claimed that she fainted on live TV this week due to overheating in her Statue of Liberty costume, alluding to the fact that she's 53 years old and going through menopause. But a production source tells Et that the people on her team are worried about her, saying that she's under a lot of stress.
The production source believes Williams is in denial about her husband, Kevin Hunter's, alleged years-long affair with a massage therapist. Williams addressed reports that he was cheating on her and engaged to another woman during her talk show in September, saying, "You can believe what you want, but I stand by my guy."
"All is well in Hunterville," she added. "Don't believe the hype, and if there was hype, believe me you -- I would let you know."
Watch: Wendy Williams Defends Her Husband Against Cheating Allegations
The 53-year-old daytime diva fainted live on her self-titled talk show Monday when she became overheated in her Halloween costume — but she returned right after the rushed commercial break to finish the broadcast.
“I want to hurry up and get back out here and close out the show like the champ I am,” she said on Tuesday’s episode of her mindset at the time. “Maybe that’s my fault for pushing myself too hard. But I have a very, very hard work ethic.”
Williams — known for her no-holds-barred hot takes on pop culture,
During Tuesday's episode of The Wendy Williams Show, the 53-year-old talk show host fainted in her Statue of Liberty costume, later coming back and telling the audience she "overheated." She took some time out of Wednesday's episode to further address what happened.
"A lot of people thought that was a joke, me fainting on my set. No, that was not a joke," Williams explained. "No, I don’t want to fall. I’m a tall woman, and it’s a long way down. I’m also a woman of a particular age and not trying to break anything, and also I don’t do jokes and stunts with you like that. I don’t need that."
Williams says about 48 minutes into the show, she was being briefed by a producer on what to do next following a commercial break when all of a sudden she started
On Tuesday, the talk show host fainted during a live broadcast of her self-titled show — a collapse she told audiences occurred because she had “overheated” in her Statue of Liberty costume.
On Wednesday’s broadcast, Williams, 53, recounted the incident in detail.
“First of all, I was trending all day — fabulous,” she began. “But a lot of people thought that was a joke. No, that was a not a joke. I don’t want to fall. I’m a tall woman, and it’s a long way down.
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