AceShowbiz - Wendy Williams hinted that she's doing good after sparking concerns amid suicidal rumors. On Wednesday, June 10, the talk show host took to her Instagram account to share a video of her looking gorgeous while flaunting a new hair makeover.
In the clip, Wendy greeted her fans from home in addition to giving them update on her show "The Wendy Williams Show" in the midst of coronavirus pandemic. "Hello! Hi, it's me from home and hopefully for not too long," she said to the camera.
"You know what I'm waiting for? I'm waiting for the state of New York to say that we as a show can go back," Wendy, who looked stunning in a pink and green dress, went on to say. "Now we got 200 people in our audience, we will never have that again but I want to go back to do our show, nothing makes me happier than being Wendy on the 'Wendy show'! I got the love and the boyfriends and all that other kind of stuff, I'm in my house, but what I want the most is to be with you, I miss you, I miss you a lot."
She also admitted that she felt confident about her appearance on that day. "I couldn't wait to wear this dress, I'm going to wear it again on the show so don't act like you never saw it," she joked. "It's pink and it's green and it's beautiful and I love it but I love you more."
The post arrives after it was rumored that Wendy was treated on the neurology floor at New York Presbyterian hospital for trying to kill herself. She allegedly refused to eat and drink.
Rumor has it, her husband's infidelities and their subsequent divorce coupled with her alleged row with her only son took a toll on her mental health. She reportedly broke down during the quarantine after her son was turned against her by her ex-husband.
She hasn't responded to the suicide rumors, but she has been taking a break since May 18. She cited her struggle with Graves' disease as the reason behind her hiatus from her TV show. Besides having Graves' disease, Wendy has been struggling with cocaine addiction. She described herself as "a functioning addict" and stayed at a sober living house with a 24-hour coach in 2019 amid her marital woes.