‘The Wendy Williams Show’ Social Media Accounts Deleted
Two weeks after “The wendy Williams Show” aired its final episode, its social media sites have been deleted.
The iconic daytime talk show hosted by Wendy Williams herself first premiered in 2008 and came to an end on June 17 after she suffered health problems.
The show’s website has been completely scrubbed while fans can no longer find its Instagram and YouTube.
Wendy Williams didn’t appear on the show’s final episode, but a video tribute was made to her.
Meanwhile, guest host Sherri Shepheard will take over Williams’ time slot with her talk show, “Sherri,” which will premier later this year.
However, Williams’ iconic purple chair was rescued from the show, and she has plans to include it in her upcoming podcast. Confirming this, her manager, Will Selby, told The Sun, “That was [Wendy’s] and it signifies the old chapter closing as we start the new one.”
“We are going to take it and that will be part of her new show.”
In 2020, Williams took a break from hosting the show after dealing with COVID-19 as well as health problems related to her Graves’ disease. She first announced that she had been diagnosed with the condition in 2018. Graves’ disease causes the immune system to attack the thyroid.
She also suffers from lymphedema, which is caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system. Last week, the iconic talk show host claimed it had gotten worse and she now has “maybe 5 percent” feeling left in her feet.
“Do you see this?” Williams said to TMZ, showing off her swollen leg. “[My foot] is up and down. I can only feel maybe 5 percent of my feet, do you understand?”