Wendy Williams is recovering from a serious breakthrough case of Covid-19, MTO News has learned. The talk show queen was stricken with the disease while MTO News exclusively learned while she was preparing to film the new season of her top-rated talk show.
And now she has been released from the hospital and is recovering at home,
Yesterday, the paparazzi got the first pictures of Wendy as she left the hospital in a wheelchair.
According to reports, Wendy was hospitalized after suffering from mental symptoms – caused by the deadly virus. According to the CDC, Covid can cause a number of disabling side effects – including an acute mental crisis.
Fortunately for all of us – Wendy is a tough girl and is recovering well.
Wendy is a media personality, businesswoman and author. Since 2008, she has hosted the nationally syndicated television talk show The Wendy Williams Show.
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Before television, Williams was a radio DJ and host and quickly became known in New York as a shock jockette. She became famous for her on-air spats with celebrities and was the subject of the 2006 VH1 reality TV series The Wendy Williams Experience, which aired events surrounding her radio program.
Williams’ other endeavors include writing more books, appearing in various movies and TV shows, and her own product lines, including a fashion line, a jewelry collection, and a wig line. Williams was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009. On her 50th birthday, the council in Asbury Park, New Jersey Street, where she grew up, renamed Wendy Williams Way.
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