Showing posts with label WENDY WILLIAMS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label WENDY WILLIAMS. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 20, 2017


Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams looked stunned and stunning at the Empire State Building the other day, to celebrate The Wendy Williams Show's ninth season. Wendy has turned into one of the cities best dressed stars. The hit show is filmed in The Big Apple.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016


Wendy Williams At Larry King

The ever-outspoken Wendy Williams joins Larry in New York on the Emmy-nominated series “Larry King Now” to dish on everything from the recent Kanye, Wiz, and Amber Rose Twitter feud, to what talent the Kardashian’s actually have, to her thoughts on Trump's run for the White House. Plus, Wendy discloses what famous face of yesteryear she wishes she could have interviewed on 'The Wendy Williams Show'.

Wendy Williams, a constant critic of the Kardashians, explains why Hollywood’s most famous family has found such success in their business & media pursuits. “They do have a talent,” she admits. “Making you pay attention, that is a talent, especially when you don’t have an actual talent.” On her talk show, Wendy recently reminded everyone that “we met [Kim Kardashian] on her back,” referring to the infamous tape that arguably launched the Kardashian family into fame.

The daytime talk show host also discusses politics with Larry, saying, “I don’t even know who I’m going to vote for Larry, and that’s all I’m going to say. What a mess. What a mess!” She also weighs on the presidential hopefuls. “I mean, Donald Trump. Great guy off the political trail. Hillary- just because she’s a woman doesn’t mean I have to vote for her. Bernie Sanders - is he going to make it to the election? That’s a bad seventy four, Larry.” 

Thursday, February 11, 2016


Wendy Williams


Allison Williams

Allison Williams along with Wendy Williams and Ciara, attended the Keds Centennial Celebration at Studio 548 yesterday in New York City.

Thursday, February 04, 2016


Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams attended #HealthyHeartSelfie Challenge the other day at Initiative New York Headquarters in New York City.

Friday, November 14, 2014


Wendy Williams

Despite coming under fire last month for speculating about Bruce Jenner’s gender identity, Wendy Williams told HuffPost Live on Monday that she is “happy for him.”

The daytime talk show personality discussed the recent controversy surrounding her comments about the reality star and former Olympian’s recent change in appearance. Williams said her previous comments were not intended to be hurtful.

Williams: "I don't know what Bruce is going through, but I'm happy for him because there's got to be nothing worse in a person's life then to not be able to live in your own truth. Whether you're gay, whether you're transgender -- whatever. Whatever it is."

Williams also discussed her relationship with the LGBT community, the sincerity of which has been questioned due to this controversy and others before it.

Williams: "People hear what they want to hear, not what was actually said...Listen, I'm a friend to a lot of communities. You know, I call things as I see them and that's that."

Wendy Williams also weighed in on Britney Spears' new boyfriend, saying 'I smell an opportunist.'

Thursday, November 13, 2014


Wendy Williams

EBONY® Magazine, the curator of the African-American experience, past, present and future, today announced its 2014 EBONY Power 100 Gala presented by Nationwide. Scheduled to take place in Los Angeles on November 19, the famed gala will be held at one of tinsel town’s most historic landmarks, AVALON Hollywood. For a third consecutive year, Nationwide will proudly present the prestigious affair to celebrate honorees on the 2014 EBONY Power 100 list.

The EBONY Power 100 list salutes the achievements of the most influential African-Americans in the country. Among the game changers honored this year are actresses Gabrielle Union and Viola Davis, radio personality Rickey Smiley, NBA star Kevin Durant, singer Usher Raymond, talk show host Wendy Williams, producer Pharrell Williams and Bishop T.D. Jakes.

“This event pays tribute to those who have made it their mission to make a positive impact on their industries and in their communities,” said Matt Jauchius, Chief Marketing Officer at Nationwide. “Nationwide is honored to once again present the EBONY Power 100 Gala and celebrate the achievements of these amazing men and women.”

Hosting the star-studded evening will be comedian and actor Wayne Brady. Brady is known for his television work on Whose Line Is It Anyhow, The Wayne Brady Show and Don't Forget the Lyrics.

Quincy Jones
Legendary icon Quincy Jones, will befittingly receive this year’s coveted EBONY Achievement Award. Known for his groundbreaking strides in music and film, Jones is arguably considered one of the most innovative pioneers in entertainment. Throughout his remarkable career, Jones has encompassed the roles of composer, record producer, artist, film producer, arranger, conductor, instrumentalist, TV producer, record company executive, magazine founder, multi-media entrepreneur and humanitarian. As a master inventor of musical hybrids, he has shuffled pop, soul, hip-hop, jazz, classical, African and Brazilian music into many dazzling fusions. Sure to be a memorable night, many of music’s biggest names will appear to pay tribute to Jones, including Queen of Funk Chaka Khan, Grammy-award winning vocalists Patti Austin and James Ingram, hip-hop pioneers Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh, soul singer KEM, dance performer Savion Glover and jazz musician Terence Blanchard. At the helm of the evening’s musical tribute to Jones will be renowned music director, producer and musician Ricky Minor whose band will serve as the house band.

Procuring the evening’s soundtrack will be the acclaimed DJ KISS, recognized as one of today’s most influential DJ’s. KISS who has spun for many of the world’s biggest celebrities is well sought after for adding her signature sound to the hottest fashion, music and charity events.

Friday, October 24, 2014


Wendy Williams

New Jersey Performance Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark announces Wendy Williams live! See television’s syndicated talk show queen, media mogul and bestselling author Wendy Williams in the How You Laughin’ Comedy Series on Saturday, November 15, 2014. Be sure to reserve your tickets now at or 888.GO.NJPAC (888.466.5722)

About Wendy Williams

Larger-than-life personality and media mogul Wendy Williams delivers non-stop laughs headlining the How You Laughin’ comedy series. Hear about her encounters with A-list celebrities when she performs live at NJPAC with her trademark “tell it like it is” humor.

The syndicated talk show queen, media mogul and bestselling author has been hailed by the New York Post as “daytime TV’s favorite guilty pleasure”. Known for her outrageous interviews, Williams is the host of The Wendy Williams Show, now in its sixth season with rave reviews. Wendy has appeared in many TV shows and films, including 30 Rock, Dancing with the Stars and Think Like a Man. She is the executive producer for the upcoming Lifetime film Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B and will also host this year’s Soul Train Awards. Comedian and actress Luenell will be special guest opener.

Photo Courtesy Of: Debmar Mercury

Thursday, August 21, 2014


Wendy Williams

LIPSHTICK – THE PERFECT SHADE OF STAND-UP is excited to welcome TV’s Queen of all Media, Wendy Williams back to the stage, following her sold-out show in July. Williams will return to The Sands Showroom for two special performances, Friday, Oct. 31 and Saturday, Nov. 1. Tickets are now on sale.

Williams made her comedic debut in July and kicked off the LIPSHTICK series with her first-ever stand-up performance. After the shows, she said, "My jokes aren't really jokes, they are humorous takes on serious things that have happened in my life and I feel if I have been through things that other people have been through things too.”

As a mother, wife, media mogul, entrepreneur, performer and best-selling author, Williams is best known for her long-running talk show The Wendy Williams Show. Named one of the “35 Most Powerful People in Media” by The Hollywood Reporter in both 2012 and 2013, her nationally-syndicated weekday program was hailed a “breakthrough in daytime” by The New York Times when it launched in 2009. 


Thursday, July 17, 2014


Wendy Williams

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Lil Jon

Wendy Williams celebrated her 50th Birthday at a Star-Studded Celebration at BPM @ 42West in New York City tonight.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014


Wendy Williams

LIPSHTICK – THE PERFECT SHADE OF STAND-UP celebrated its world-premiere at The Venetian Las Vegas, with headliner Wendy Williams. The media maven packed The Sands Showroom with a sold-out house in her first-ever stand-up performance.

In true Las Vegas style, the evening kicked off with a red carpet and Champagne reception. After posing for photos the TV personality took the stage and dived deep into her personal life including family, life, love and how she feels about her upcoming 50th birthday.

"My jokes aren't really jokes, they are humorous takes on serious things that have happened in my life and I feel if I have been through things other people have been through things too,” said Williams. "I am pleasantly happy that people clapped their way through my life stories."

John Caparella, president and COO of The Venetian, The Palazzo and Sands Expo, surprised Wendy with a birthday cake to celebrate her 50th birthday. "Thank you for choosing The Venetian for your very first stand-up comedy show," he said. The cake was from the kitchen of Buddy "Cake Boss" Valastro at Carlo's Bake Shop at The Venetian.

Sunday, May 25, 2014


Maks Chmerkovskiy On Wendy Williams

"Dancing With The Stars" winning couple, Maks Chmerkovskiy and Meryl Davis, joined Wendy Williams in her Hot Topics segment this morning, where Maks confirmed he would would accept a role as one of the judges if the show offered it to him.

Maks said, "I'm not Simon [Cowell]. I'm not a nice judge. I'm a good judge. I judge the way it's supposed to be. I know this business, I've been in it, I grew up in it. Somebody asked me yesterday why I started dancing and I once again thought about it. I was 4 years old. Who knows why. Spending 30 years in an industry, that you, you know, I think I've done a little bit in it. I know what I'm talking about. Unlike some of the guest judges that we had this season."

Thursday, May 15, 2014


Dolly Parton Visits Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams' bosom buddy, Dolly Parton, joined her on the purple couch today to talk the necessity of make-up, her thoughts on god daughter Miley Cyrus, and why she doesn't eat her own cooking. Dolly also performed the track "Try" from her new album, "Blue Smoke."

Dolly revealed make-up is integral to her routine at home and particularly when in California, before joking about the circumstances when she might consider going out without being made up. "I would be wig-less, but like I said, I put little hot rollers in my hair in the morning and a little scrunchie but I would not answer the door without some makeup or hair. No. I spend a lot of time in California, and you know, they're always prone to have earthquakes, I never take my makeup off at night, I always keep it. Cause, I thought, if I have to run out in the streets you know, I have to look good cause you know there are going to be cameras everywhere. The only way I'd go out without make up and my hair done up a little bit is if my husband had a heart attack and I'd have to really think about it."

Monday, May 05, 2014


LaTavia Roberson On Wendy Williams

The newest "R&B Divas Atlanta" member and former Destiny's Child singer, LaTavia Roberson, visited "The Wendy Williams Show" today to dish about being ousted from the pop supergroup, her battles with alcohol and her forthcoming tell-all memoir.

Of her dismissal from Destiny's Child, LaTavia said, "I definitely did not quit. Who would quit Destiny's Child? That's insane." She revealed, "Our conflict was strictly with management, it had nothing to do with the other ladies at all... We didn't have anything against Beyonce and Kelly at all. At that time Matthew [Knowles] was our personal manager and he was everybody's group manager. We disaffirmed him as our personal manager. We wanted to have someone come in and manage along with him. We weren't trying to fire the group's manager." She added she's still in touch with her former band members, "I ran into to Beyonce some years ago. I spoke to Kelly, it was nothing but love. Latoya was at my baby shower."

Thursday, May 01, 2014


Tia Mowry-Hardrict With Wendy Williams

Tia Mowry-Hardrict dished to Wendy Williams today about cutting her hair short, her obsession with Beyonce, and working with some of TV's most beloved moms.

Tia revealed she recently cut her hair short beneath her wig. "A lot of people, they ask me this when they see my hair straight like this. I'm protecting my curls. When I want a sleek, sexy straight look, I don't want to blow it out because I'm going to ruin my hair. It's grown out. It was damaged before, so that's why I had to cut it all off, and now it's grown out in these curls. My son, he influenced me to do it." She added that her sister, Tamera, cut her hair off too completely coincidentally, "Ironically, we did it at the same time. I had no idea she was doing that."

Tuesday, April 29, 2014


Dominique Ansel On Wendy Williams

French chef, Dominique Ansel, visited The Wendy Williams Show to exclusively reveal the latest creation to emerge from his New York-based bakery today. The 'Waffogato' is an elaborate waffle-shaped ice cream concoction, over which coffee with maple syrup is poured to release tapioca pearls as it melts together.

Dominique described his creation, "There is Belgian waffles inside, tapioca pearls and sea salt. And then we pour maple syrup and coffee on top. As you pour the hot liquid, you will see the tapioca pearls coming out. And this we will be serving at the bakery for the next week and we will serve it tonight for Taste of the Nation."

Opened in 2011, Dominique Ansel Bakery has since produced the Cronut, named by Time Magazine as one of the 25 best inventions of 2013; the Cookie Shot, which launched at SXSW and is only available daily after 3pm; and it's signature DKA, a twist on a traditional Breton pastry.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Kristin Chenoweth On Wendy Williams

Kristin Chenoweth today revealed on "The Wendy Williams Show" that she'll soon be returning to Broadway. The performer also talked about her boyfriend meeting the parents and the surprising inspiration for the new hair style she's working toward.

With an upcoming concert at Carnegie Hall, Kristin also teased the audience with the revelation that she has plans in the works to return to Broadway. "Soon there's going to be an announcement. But within the year I'll be back on Broadway."

Dating Oscar nominated producer, Dana Brunetti, for seven months, Kristin opened up about the response she gets when visiting her family in Oklahoma. "I'm the girl that comes home and they're like, 'yeah she's not married'." She went on to add that her family's meal-time ritual was cause for confusion with Dana, "I've had some great men in my life and this is another one. He's a great guy. Wendy, now you know, we have probably similar backgrounds you and me. We pray at the table and hold hands. Not if we're at Cracker Barrel, but if we're at a nice place we will. But he's like, my dad goes [mimics holding hands to pray]...and Dana's like [awkward]. I should have warned him."

Thursday, March 20, 2014


Naomi Campbell With Wendy Williams

Having appeared on the covers of over 500 magazines and walked runways for almost every famous designer in the world, supermodel Naomi Campbell today graced "The Wendy Williams Show" for the first time. Speaking about working without an assistant, plastic surgery fears and the possibility of kids, Naomi also revealed she has a New York driver's license and showed Wendy how to strut her stuff on an improvised catwalk.

While keeping her lips sealed when asked whether she's dating anyone right now, Naomi was more forthcoming when asked whether children in her future, inferring a sperm donor may be one of her options. "OK. Possibility. I absolutely adore [kids]. I adore. I have two orphanages in Kenya. Yeah. One in Jamaica. One in Cuba. I love kids. The right guy, or the right bank."

In coming to terms with the criticism prevalent on social media, Naomi revealed that while she posts directly to Twitter and Instagram, she hasn't had an assistant for years, who could otherwise handle this. "I don't have an assistant. No, I don't have an assistant because no one can do it faster than me. I'm a Gemini. I'm very fast."

Tuesday, March 18, 2014


Mekhi Phifer On Wendy Williams

Mekhi Phifer, starring in the new film "Divergent," visited "The Wendy Williams Show" today to talk about Kanye, his best friends in Hollywood and his son's response to his latest role.

Responding to being incorrectly referenced in one of Kanye West's song lyrics, Mekhi said, "We're not besties or anything like that. I mean he's a cool cat, but we've never hung out." He spelled out the line, adding, "'I was In Too Deep like Mekhi Phife'. Yeah, but I wasn't in that movie. [It was] LL Cool J and Omar Epps and those guys. So you know, the thing is, I got love for, yeah, you know what I'm saying. He's very talented. But I mean, he's in the studio. All you gotta do is google a brother. IMDB's a good tool. You know what I'm saying? Somebody should've told him."

Counting Kevin Hart among his inner circle of friends, Mekhi revealed how he met another close friend of his, Judge Mathis, who officiated his big second wedding. "That's my man. I got love for the judge. He's a good guy. Yeah, we hang out. The judge is a real cool cat. I met him on the plane. I think I was going to Detroit at the time, or coming from Detroit, either one. My assistant knew that I always tivoed the judge and so she said, you know the Judge is sitting right there. And I said oh stop it. So we wound up talking and linking up. This was about ten years ago. And then we've been friends ever since. So we hang out, we do things, you know, we go to the ball games, things like that."

Monday, March 17, 2014


Maria Menounos On Wendy Williams

"Extra" co-host, Maria Menounos visited "The Wendy Williams Show" today to talk long term dating, saving her father's life, reporting negative news and why breaking bones was a career highlight for her.

Having been with her boyfriend for almost 16 years, Maria opened up about their reasons for not tying the knot. "When we wanted to get married, we couldn't. And you'll see that on the show. You'll understand why we didn't. It was a very tough courtship because of some really hard obstacles. And we talked about it on the show and you'll see why it was kind of a really sad time. So then when we moved to LA and careers got busy, and we got all of that kind of thrown at us. Well then we got busy. And then time went by and time went by and now we're like, uh, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. It's kind of working the way it is." She added, "We work together on everything. But I feel like if we were married, some of those tough times, you would've been like 'I'm stuck, I'm married now'. But we weren't. So it's kind of a weird thing."

Monday, March 10, 2014



Krysten Ritter On Wendy Williams

Starring in the big screen adaptation of "Veronica Mars," Krysten Ritter stopped by The Wendy Williams Show today to discuss men, drugs, being discovered at 15, and spoilers for the long awaited film adaptation of the cult favorite TV series.

Revealing little about the plot of the "Veronica Mars" movie, Krysten said, "I can't give anything away. I think the fact that I'm in the movie, I'm doing press for it, is probably a spoiler, in and of itself, right? Cause I have a small part in the show. And here I am. I have a big part in the movie. So that's a bit of a spoiler for everybody."

The single Krysten revealed she's into a specific type of guy. "I love me some men. Yeah. I like long hair. A bit of a beard. A good body. I've dated a lot of short guys, it's not cool. Well, they say once you're horizontal it doesn't matter. But. I'm in trouble by the way, I'm in trouble after this," she finished with a grin.

Before starring in "Don't Trust The B in Apartment 23" or "Breaking Bad," where she "learned how to cook heroin, all day," Krysten revealed she caught her big break at the age of 15 while growing up in a small Pennsylvania town. "I was such a loser. I'm wearing men's jeans. Thank God they saw beyond that. Because I was wearing a chapstick necklace. Do you remember those? And then I was wearing like a tie dye Guns 'n' Roses shirt. And they were like, are you interested in being a model. My mother and I looked at each other like, 'what, no way'?!" This prompted her move to Hollywood, of which she said, "It was then that I was introduced to a lot of cool stuff and I met a lot of weirdos and then I was like, there's so much other stuff to do."