Wendy Williams has been out and about and given some wild interviews. She touched on not only the finale of her daytime talk show, but she’s opening up about how she wants to move forward.
Well, the former radio star says she is not a fan of her talk show’s finale. She headlined the program from 2008 until earlier this year when she had some serious health issues. Guest host Sherri Shepherd stepped in and did so well with ratings that it is now her show that she, of course, is taking over in September.
In the meantime, when Wendy was asked why she did not appear on the finale, she said that the company, Debmar-Mercury, didn’t ask her to be a part of it.
She also talked about moving on to new things, such as a podcast. And she says she wants to do that because she’s very famous and she thinks she’ll make a lot more money. She also wants to have a restaurant. We’re not sure what kind, but knowing Wendy, and I’ve known her for a very long time, she’s going to land on her feet on this one. She’ll be okay.
Rihanna touched down in London to support her boyfriend ASAP Rocky, as he performed at a wireless festival. She was glowing in this chic bell-sleeved top with lace trim. Now, you know, she recently welcomed a baby with the rapper, and she looked pretty incredible in her all-black ensemble as she posed for photographers during a very rare outing. As it turns out, ASAP Rocky performed at the festival after Rihanna’s ex, Chris Brown, took to the stage.
ASAP and Rihanna welcomed their first child, a son, on May 13th. And they’ve been really keeping a low profile. In fact, Rihanna’s pretty much been at her home here in Los Angeles resting with the baby. But I think she decided a trip to London was what momma needed. And, I hear she’s really enjoying being a mom. So congratulations to the couple and I hope they’re having a great summer with the new baby.
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