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Wendy Williams has cancelled her comedy tour after struggling to sell tickets amid rumors of a reconciliation with her cheating estranged husband, Kevin Hunter. The 55-year-old talk Diva cancelled her tour on Tuesday, citing various reasons including "scheduling conflicts."

Rhymeswithsnitch.com reports all future dates for the "Wendy Williams & Friends: For the Record UMM HMMM Tour" have been cancelled, including a much anticipated Sept. 7 show in Atlanta.

As you know, Wendy cancelled shows in New York 2 weeks ago. The latest cancellation was in New Jersey on Saturday, Aug. 17.

Fans who attempted to purchase tickets to Wendy's New Jersey show were shown a message on the New Jersey Performing Art Center website: "This event has been cancelled due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict."

Wendy's earlier cancellations were also due to "scheduling conflicts."

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Radar reports that tickets to upcoming tour dates in Cleveland and Philadelphia next weekend are also selling poorly.

"As of now, Wendy's show at the Kimmel Center is still scheduled," a box office representative at the Philadelphia theater told Radar on Monday, August 19. "If the show is cancelled or postponed we will begin the immediate process of letting ticket holders know."

Wendy was touring along with fellow comedians Carmen Barton, Kristin Sivills, Mark Viera and Royale Watkins.

"In addition to hilarious, side-splitting comedy, Wendy will be spilling the tea on any and everyone, including HERSELF! It's a evening of laughter and a kind of "TURNT UP" Wendy fun that only she can give," the show advertised.

There were reports that Wendy reached out to estranged husband Kevin Hunter to rehire him as her manager. But Wendy shot down those reports.