Wendy Williams' daytime talk show will come to an end after 11 seasons. Problems in Wendy's personal life and her declining health proved to be the show's downfall.
The news was first reported by Lovebscott.com. According to B. Scott, Wendy's staffers are already out looking for new jobs.
Sources told B. Scott exclusively:
"This was an extremely difficult season to get through for the staff and Wendy herself, obviously. With the show's renewal set to end after the 2019-2020 season, everyone thinks it's the perfect time to say goodbye move on. Wendy has enough going on as it is and honestly no one, including Wendy, is sure she can even make it through season 11. Not to mention, advertisers consider her to be a 'risk' due to her unplanned hiatuses and extended breaks. It's very likely the show won't be back."
Wendy, 54, divorced her cheating husband, Kevin Hunter, after he fathered a daughter with his longtime mistress earlier this year.
Wendy said in the court docs there was "no reasonable prospect of reconciliation between the parties."
The mom-of-one is currently receiving therapy for lymphedema, a chronic condition that causes irreversible and painful swelling in her legs.
Medical problems related to Graves' disease caused her to delay the premiere of her 11th season by over a month.
In May Wendy's son, Kevin Hunter Jr, was arrested for breaking his father's nose during a scuffle in a convenience store parking lot in New Jersey. The charges against him were eventually dropped.
On Thursday, Wendy listed her marital home for $1.8 million. A Wendy fan hacked the listing and wrote, "Cheater a$s Kevin hunter and innocent wendy Williams former home."
Even though the listing is private, The Blast reports the home is still available through private sale.
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