The talk show host revealed that her mother passed away "beautiful and peacefully, surrounded by love."
The media personality is lifting the veil on the ups and downs of her polarizing career and personal life (and she doesn't hold back!)
“How you doin’," wrote Payton on Instagram.
"I can’t wait to get back to all of YOU and to my AMAZING staff and crew," wrote Williams.
The talk show host had been hosting "The Wendy Williams Show" from her home daily since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The last live show taping of "The Wendy Williams Show" since the coronavirus outbreak aired on March 12.
“We will continue to produce a daily live talk show and look forward to welcoming the studio audience back when the time is right,” a spokesperson for the show added.
"My money is not black, it's not brown, it's not white–it's green like theirs," Hampton told ESSENCE in an exclusive.
After getting the boot as 'The Wendy Show' executive producer, Kevin Hunter has responded to Williams' divorce petition.
Wendy's estranged husband is finally coming clean about several bad choices he's made, admitting that he also needs to focus on sobriety.
Wendy Williams Addresses Her Future Amid Divorce Rumors: 'I Have A Whole New Life That I Planned For Myself and My Son'
We're so here for Ms. Wendy stepping into this new phase of her life!
Wendy Williams Defends Her Marriage Post Infidelity Rumors: 'I’m Still Very Much In Love With My Husband'
The talk show host returned to her infamous purple chair today and immediately nipped those cheating rumors in the bud.
The daytime talk-show host took an extended leave to focus on her health after suffering complications from Graves’ disease.
“We jumped on the phone.... Honestly, I didn’t know what to expect at first. But her spirit was so big—it was so amazing," said Cannon.
The likes of Nick Cannon, Sherri Shepherd, and Keke Palmer will take a seat in the purple chair as Williams continues to work through her recent bout with Graves’ Disease.