Wendy Williams reappears in public and vows to return to television

The conversation queen went out on the town, sharing some good news for fans.

Talk show host Wendy Williams says she will be back on TV in September. Looking triumphant, celebrity gossip is ready to go back to talking about “Hot Topics” instead of being one.

Leaving the Met Gala, Wendy Williams told one of TMZ’s dads that her show will “live forever.”

A dashing Jason Lee, dressed in a black, sequined suit, escorted her to Cardi B’s prom and after-party at the Standard Hotel on Monday, May 2.

Wearing a red dress, she gave the audience a taste of what her fans are anticipating will be a glorious comeback.

As reported by AllHipHop.com, Williams suffers from a mysterious illness that has many speculating that she will never return to the public eye.


The conversation about the illness even prompted her bank to withhold her money, citing a former financial adviser who said she was ‘insane’ and couldn’t manage her affairs.

Wendy Williams took to social media and said: ‘I’m tired of everyone talking like they’re me in this scenario. It’s time I let all my loyal supporters know what’s really going on with Wendy.

“My thing is, I asked about my money and when I started asking about my money, suddenly Lori Schiller got no response regarding my money,” Wendy Williams explained. “I want my money. It’s not fair.”

She continued, “And Wells Fargo has no questions or answers about my money. It’s not fair. And Lori Schiller and Wells Fargo have this conservatorship petition to take me away from my money. It doesn’t is not right.”

“I know for a fact that Bernie Young used my American Express card to hire a lawyer to file a lawsuit against me,” she said. “It was done with my American Express card. Bernie Young, you are worthless.

Looking at Wendy Williams now, it’s hard to believe anyone would have thought the reigning queen of conversation wouldn’t be back and ready to take on the world.

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