After taking a few weeks off to tend to her health…Wendy is back and ready to dive into what’s going on with RHOA, Trump n’em, and Cardi B, among other hot topics. Hit the flip for Wendy’s honest convo
She says she is now feeling better.
Wendy Williams doesn't want your sympathy. But she does want your attention. The controversial talk show announced on February 21 that she would be taking a three-week leave of absence due to a diagnosis of Graves Disease. This is an...Show More Summary
The host returned to her talk show Monday after a three-week hiatus to get her Graves' Disease and thyroid levels under control.
Wendy Williams speaks out for the first time since her diagnosis. Last month, the TV personality announced she is taking a three week hiatus due to issues relating to her hyperthyroidism and Graves' disease. On Monday, the 53-year-old sat down with GMA to explain why she's putting her health first (as she should!). Related: Wendy Says Beyoncé Needs [...]
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When controversial talk show host Wendy Williams announced her illness and leave of absence, a number of people couldn't help but take a little satisfaction. That might be unfair -- even though Wendy Williams makes her living by gleefully relishing in the misfortunes of others. Show More Summary
Wendy Williams made a special announcement recently… she’s taking a bit of time off work. Williams addressed her Graves’ disease diagnosis and told her studio audience that she needs some rest and relaxation. My doctor has prescribed — are you ready? — as of today, three weeks of vacation…I’ll be back in two. Show More Summary
An endocrinologist has ordered Wendy Williams to step away from TV for three weeks because of a Graves’ disease diagnosis and symptoms of hyperthyroidism, she announced on Wednesday’s show. “My doctor has prescribed — are you ready?... The post Wendy Williams diagnosed with...
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The Wendy Williams show is going on a break for a sad reason.
Popular daytime talk show host Wendy Williams is taking a hiatus from her show to deal with medical issues. People magazine reports that Williams needs the time off to focus on her hyperthyroidism and Graves’ disease. “The talk show host,...
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There's only one person ?capable of hosting "The Wendy Williams Show," even if she's sidelined due to illness... and God help you, if you suggest otherwise! We got Wendy Williams Tuesday afternoon outside her NYC studio right…
Wendy Williams won't be making new episodes of her talk show for a little while. The host announced on her Wednesday show that she'll be taking a step away from the program to recover from her recent Graves' Disease diagnosis. Graves' Disease is an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid. "My... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Wendy Williams Show Wendy Williams
Wendy Williams told her audience: "My doctor has prescribed... three weeks of vacation."
Talk show host Wendy Williams has been diagnosed with Graves' Disease. She announced the news on her show "The Wendy Williams Show," and said that she is taking three weeks off to focus on her health. Graves' Disease is an autoimmune...Show More Summary
Wendy Williams Announces 3-Week Hiatus After taking days off for “flu-like symptoms”, Wendy Williams is announcing that she’s going on a three-week hiatus. The talk show host made the announcement Wednesday after telling the audience that she has Graves’
Wendy Williams isn’t alone in her fight against Graves’ disease, an immune system disorder.