After Wendy Williams needed to delay a return of her eponymous television show, a source close to the TV star EXCLUSIVELY uncovered how ‘hard’ it’s been for her to observe From the sidelines.
Wendy Williams’ ongoing health issues have been quite the challenge for her, obviously, yet in addition for fans who’ve pondered when the TV symbol can get back to The Wendy Williams Show. According to a source close to wendy, the process has been hard for her as she explores how to deal with a questionable return. “It’s been exceptionally hard for Wendy not to be working each day and simply be watching,” adding that Wendy had “every intention” of returning to her eponymous program.
“She’s let her staff, her friends and everyone around her know that that is her plan. Her show is her everything,” the source went on. “She has been watching the co-hosts who fill in, but it’s really difficult to do so.”
While Wendy has battled with medical problems coming from Graves’ infection and hyperthyroidism, fill-ins for her show like Leah Remini and Sherri Shepherd have helmed the boat. Meanwhile, Wendy has “a great sweetheart who’s been helping her out” and dealing with her alongside her child, Kevin Hunter Jr.
The update comes after reports affirmed Wendy’s return to her television show would be pushed back in the midst of ongoing health complications. The season 13 debut of the show was initially deferred from Sept. 20 to Oct. 4 after the host contracted COVID, notwithstanding her being vaccinated. Days before that debut date change was reported, the show affirmed that Wendy was “managing some medical problems” and thusly wouldn’t be taking part of the promotion for the new season.
In the past, Wendy has been open with regards to her medical conditions. Notwithstanding Graves’ sickness and hyperthyroidism, the previous radio personality additionally has lymphedma, which she once let her fans know that was “not treatable, just sensible.” She uncovered the hyperthyroidism analysis to her watchers live during a July 2019 scene of her show.