The singer has reportedly been coping with ″difficult health challenges,″ which have led her to take a step back from The Wendy Williams Show. This information comes from a representative for Williams. Williams recently disclosed that she was given a diagnosis of Graves’ illness, and as a result, she will be absent from her program for lengthy periods of time in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021.
The ″Wendy Williams Program″ will be replaced with a chat show hosted by Sherri Shepherd, marking the end of an era. The performer, who has the autoimmune ailment known as Graves disease, has also stated that she is ready to begin working again, despite the fact that her performance is fast nearing its conclusion.
Is Wendy Williams still on the Wendy Williams Show?
WENDY Williams has not been appearing on any episodes of her talk program, The Wendy Williams Show, throughout the current season. Since the start of the new season, a number of well-known personalities have been filling in for Williams as guest hosts. Where can we find Wendy Williams at the moment?
Is Wendy Williams returning to ‘the bachelorette’ this fall?
Fans were told by the same source that Wendy, who is 57 years old, may return in the fall depending on how her health is. According to the information provided by the source, Wendy will not be returning to the show for the remainder of this season. Her recovery is taking far longer than everybody had imagined it would.
When will Wendy Williams return to Debmar-Mercury?
Our source did add that if and when the firm believed Williams was ready to return to a daily live program, Debmar-Mercury would back her, but it most likely would not be within the next three months because all of the company’s slots are full. Wendy Williams has stated that she will return to her talk show after taking a break of three months.
When will ‘the Wendy Williams Show’ Season 13 premiere?
Season 13 of The Wendy Williams Show was initially set for a September 20 launch; it was moved to October 4, then to October 18. Now, it will return without its eponymous host—for now. “Wendy continues to remain under medical observation and interacts with her medical team on a regular basis,” the release reads.