Wendy Williams will not return to her daytime talk show yet
Wendy Williams will be absent from her famous purple chair due to lingering health issues. In a social media statement from her Instagram account, it was announced that the host would be skipping her week-long Season 13 premiere, in favor of a rotating cast of guest hosts as she continues to get well.
“The Wendy Williams Show will begin airing originals on Monday, October 18, with an exciting lineup of guest hosts and panels to be announced shortly,” the post read.
Williams initially had to postpone the start of her show‘s new season as she battled psychiatric issues and a groundbreaking case of COVID-19. Originally scheduled for October 4, The Wendy Williams Show the first was postponed to October 18 to give the facilitator more time to get back in shape in order to return to work.
Now, with health issues still plaguing the host due to her Graves disease and a thyroid problem, production will advance without it in the host seat for at least the first week of production. ‘episode.
“Wendy continues to be under medical supervision and meets with her medical team on a daily basis. She is making progress but suffers from serious complications as a direct result of Graves’ disease and her thyroid condition, ”the message continued. “It was determined that it would take longer before she could resume her live hosting duties.”
“Wendy has been a valued and loyal member of the Debmar-Mercury family for 12 years. We want his health to be his top priority. As soon as she is ready, she will be back in her precious purple chair.
“We very much appreciate Wendy’s privacy and best wishes from her fans, station partners and advertisers.”
The seasoned media personality has been open and direct about the various medical and personal issues she has faced over the past several years, including a very public and nasty divorce, a brief stint in a sober house to keep her problems in check. of dependency. and the increase in health problems and illnesses. She notoriously covered the current ups and downs of her life in a life-long biopic and documentary earlier this year.