AceShowbiz - Coronavirus has forced Wendy Williams to stick with her "saggy boobs" a little while longer. When sitting down with Dr. Oz to discuss about the government's response to the pandemic, the host of "The Wendy Williams" confessed that it personally forced her to put an upcoming plastic surgery appointment on hold.
In the Friday, March 27 episode of "The Dr. Oz Show", the 55-year-old TV personality voiced her agreement to the pausing of elective surgeries. However, she couldn't help but note, "It's just that, as a surgery girl, when you save your money and you've been planning for years, and then you have your appointment and all of a sudden the corona pops up, and I got to deal with these saggy boobs."
The ex-wife of producer Kevin Hunter then questioned Oz, "How much longer before I get them pulled back up?" To which the New York City-based cardiothoracic surgeon replied that she would wait for a "couple of months." He added, "I am hopeful that we're eight weeks away from being through the worst of this."
Cosmetic procedure aside, Williams admitted that the fear of contracting COVID-19 has made her missing many social events. Though so, she stressed, "The most important thing to me right now is getting back to work. So leaving New York is not an option." She further explained, "My priority is staying well and getting back to what I love to do most, which is the 'how you doin' of it all."
The pandemic has not only affected Williams' personal life but also her work. In early March, she announced that "The Wendy Williams Show" will be filmed without live studio audience for an undetermined period of time. Days later, her syndicated talk show shut down indefinitely. On Sunday, March 22, however, she came out with news that the show will move to YouTube.