She’s big, she’s loud and she’s messy and Wendy Williams wouldn’t have it any other way.
The host of The Wendy Williams Show which launched in 2009, has a larger than life personality with great timing. After Oprah Winfrey announced that after 25 years on the air, she was going to end her daily show, many are now convinced Williams is the new queen of daytime TV.
Williams, who spent 23 years as a radio D.J. was one of the nation’s top shock jocks who gained fame and millions of followers with her in-your-face questions and on-air spats with celebrities. The one that gained notoriety attention (good and bad) was her 2003 on-air explosive argument with Whitney Houston over the singer’s rumored drug use. It was a riveting and sadly prophetic interview.
Nine years later Houston died of accidental drowning, but the toxicology report showed cocaine and other substances were found in her system. The news hit Williams hard, she broke down crying on her national TV show and made an emotional