Wendy Williams is about to bring something new to the masses for season 4 of "The Wendy Williams Show."
The Queen of All Media has to keep things fresh for her fans. Although she’s super excited for to come back for more gab, she told Wild 94.9 that there will be a few changes to the show when it returns in September.
"It’s FUN! I’m doing it, we’re going into our fourth season," Wendy said. "There are few new things that are going to be happening this season. First of all, we’re going to have our panel of experts."
And Wendy doesn’t take that term expert lightly. She wants credible sources who can give the audience their informed opinions. Although she knows that her fans like to get her thoughts, the TV chat diva thinks a second opinion isn’t always a bad thing.
"Sometimes things need to be weighed in on, and we need to hear it from different angles," said Wendy. "Not all the time. These are like, sometimes things."
Wendy also had great news for her fans that love her daily dish because she’ll be serving up an even bigger helping starting next month.
"Hot topics–you ready for this? Extended to almost 20 minutes before the first commercial," she excitedly revealed.
Of course in the past, Wendy could have been her own hot topic with rumors of her husband Kevin making a sex tape. When asked about the alleged video, Kevin shut it down from off camera, and Wendy backed him up.
“If there was any of the above, we wouldn’t be sitting here right now. No, absolutely not. People will always, for the rest of my life, throw darts at my situation," said Wendy. "He knew what he was getting involved with, but it takes a special kind of man to be with a ‘Wendy Williams.’”
Wendy’s relationship with Whitney Houston was also chattered about for years. When Whitney passed, Wendy made a statement on the show, but when it comes to a possible biopic, Wendy wants someone that can really do the role justice.
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