"Podcasts everyone has, but when you're famous, podcasts will make more money for me being famous than doing The Wendy Williams Show. So podcasts — where will I go? I am not sure. Europe, you know, the France, wherever I want to go. Also, I know many people," she said of her latest endeavor.
"Yes, Will [Selby] and I are in partnership — Will did all of this for me. Will and I are partnership and the beginning of what we're going to do — podcasts will be with certain person and then we will continue podcasts, and honestly, I don't know what a podcast is. I can live for the rest of my life doing absolutely nothing, I can't wait to fall in love," she added.
The star then spoke about what else she hopes to accomplish in the future, despite battling some health issues.
"Well, you guys, I mean, maybe sneakers! I have been on HSN and QVC, correct? OK, maybe I will do something with that or something else, you know I have lymphedema. You don't know lymphedema? Alright, I will show you. Lymphedema is this — right here, look! It's up and down. I can only feel maybe five percent of my feet, do you understand? Which means normally I would be in a wheelchair, I am not in a wheelchair. I stand up," she noted while holding up her foot to the camera.
When asked how she was feeling, she replied, "Better than you. Excuse me, I am one hundred percent retired in The Wendy Williams Show, and I don't want to be on TV except for guest hosting, like I love Whoopi Goldberg, I love The View, I love those girls. An hour, you know, two hours, you know. I don't want to be in a partnership ... maybe, maybe not, but I don't know, you know!"
As OK! previously reported, Williams was having trouble speaking. "Wendy seemed really confused and out of it recently. She wasn't following along, and she wasn't making a lot of sense," a concerned friend claimed. "She was slurring and seemed unable to comprehend the thread of what we were talking about."