What is a “Wendy Williams Show” without Wendy Williams? We’ll find out next week.
According to a post on the series’s Instagram page on Tuesday afternoon, the TV doctor will hold the premiere of his talk show on the 13th while he continues to deal with medical issues.
“The Wendy Williams Show will begin airing the originals on Monday, October 18, with an exciting lineup of guests and panels to be announced soon,” the report said.
“Wendy continues to be under medical supervision and meets with her medical team every day. She is making progress, but is experiencing serious complications as a result of Graves’ disease and thyroid condition. It has been determined that more time is needed. before “.
The report did not say when Williams was expected to return.
“When he is ready, he will return to his precious purple chair,” the report said.
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Williams is suffering from Graves’ disease
Williams Graves, 57, is suffering from the disease. a condition that leads to an overproduction of thyroid hormones and causes a wide range of symptoms and affects overall health. He stopped his show in May 2020 due to fatigue due to symptoms of the disease.
Tuesday’s announcement was the latest in a string of medical setbacks for Williams and his titled series, which was originally scheduled to begin Sept. 20. Medical issues postponed the premiere to Oct. 4, then to Oct. 18.
On Sept. 15, it was announced that Williams had passed a positive test for COVID-19 in a health assessment. Last week, Williams canceled his public appearances due to ill health.
When the Wendy Williams producer closed when the pandemic began, her daytime talk show was two months away from her home.
“The pandemic doesn’t affect how we do our show. It doesn’t matter if I don’t have an audience and presenters when I get there,” Williams said last September., fans can expect “the same Wendy, the same giggle, the same show.”
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