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.
Wendy Williams Is Taking An 'Extended Break' From Her Show After Being Hospitalized For Graves’ Disease
Wendy Williams is taking a little more time to tend to her health before returning to our TV screens.
The talk show host, who also suffers from Graves' disease, injured her upper-arm in late December.
Fans voiced concern following Thursday's episode of "The Wendy Williams Show" in which Williams appeared uncomfortable and slurred her words.
Williams explained on Tuesday's "The Wendy Williams Show" that the pain from the fracture felt like her "shoulder was on fire."
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