Wendy Williams 'Has Every Intention On Coming Back To Her Show,' The TV Personality Is 'Feeling Better Every Day,' Insider Reveals
Wendy Williams fans rejoice!
"If anybody thinks Wendy is done with television and show business in general, they’re sadly mistaken," the insider insisted, per HollywoodLife. "Wendy has been in this industry almost her entire life and she’s definitely preparing to make a big comeback."
"She’s feeling better every day and has every intention on coming back to her show, and even wants to work on some other projects in the upcoming year," the source reportedly added. "Wendy never planned on not returning so that’s not something that’s even on her radar."
Earlier this month, the TV personality told reporters she was "doing fabulous" and hinted "more Wendy stuff" is on the horizon while leaving a Miami wellness center.
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However, it's not clear when Williams plans on returning. As previously reported by OK!, the show announced guest hosts Sherri Shepherd, Michael Rapaport, as well as duos Fat Joe & Remy Ma and Kym Whitley & Finesse Mitchell will be taking on hosting duties in the new year.
Guest host Leah Remini — who returned to hosting duties for a second time following her impressive ratings — recently admitted she has yet to speak with Williams, while guest host Michelle Visage chimed in to note the Think Like A Man star is "taking care of her health."
"But we send her so much love," Remini added during the ladies' joint interview.
The guest hosts who have been filling in for the Ask Wendy: Straight-Up Advice for All the Drama In Your Life author have been well-received by viewers. "No-one expected ratings to go up 32% without Wendy. The fill-in hosts were just supposed to keep the shows lights on until Wendy was well enough to return," an insider previously told Radar. "It was assumed that without Wendy, the audience would not watch, but the has not been the case."