WATCH: Wendy Williams makes debut TV appearance after fracturing her arm

2018-12-19 10:48
 
Wendy Williams (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo)

Cape Town - American daytime talk show host Wendy Williams recently returned to her talk show after suffering a bone fracture which caused her to miss a live screening of the show.

The 54-year-old Wendy Williams show host who earlier this year announced she would be taking time off work for health reasons, revealed to the studio audience and her viewers why she was wearing an arm slinger under her pink sweater.

“I have a hair fracture on my right shoulder,” Wendy revealed still bracing her arm.

“And I did it on Sunday. And by Monday morning, my shoulder was on fire.”

“There’s no way I could have done yesterday’s show,” she explained to her viewers after missing an episode of her talk show.

To which she further added, “I was all about the medical care yesterday, from one doctor to the other.”

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The former radio show host who opened up about her past drug addiction, promised her fans that she was well on her way to recovery.

“I’m on the mend… I don’t need an operation. They tell me I’m very healthy for, um … a person after 50,” Wendy said reassuring her viewers

“I don’t need an operation, and I’m not wearing a hard cast. But I do have a sling. … Staff, crew, the show will go on!”

However, a source close to the veteran talk show host stated otherwise – speaking to RadarOnline the source revealed that Wendy’s health was not in a good condition.

“Something bad is going on with Wendy,” explained the insider who further elaborated on how she’s also been behaving strangely “for weeks”.

The insider also stated that friends and family, “have been concerned about her in recent weeks,” especially since, “she can barely stand at times, and has totally checked out. It’s a major problem,” added the insider.

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