Wendy Williams (broadcaster)

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Wendy Williams

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Personal
Also known as: The Queen of Radio
Born: July 18, 1964 (1964-07-18) (age 50)
Asbury Park, New Jersey
Years active: 1986-present
Ethnicity: Black
Nationality: American
Body
Measurements: 40-30-40 in
Bra/cup size: G  (same as FF cup)
Boobs: Enhanced (silicone implants)
Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight: 175 lb (80 kg)
Body type: Average
Eye color: Black
Hair: BlondeBrunette
Long, Curly, Straight
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Wendy Joan Williams (born July 18, 1964 in Asbury Park, New Jersey) is an American television personality, former radio host, glamour model and author. Williams is well known for her amazonian and voluptuous stature. Williams is currently hosting her popular syndicated daytime talk show The Wendy Williams Show.

Early Years[edit]

Wendy Joan Williams was born in the mid-1960's to Thomas and Shirley Williams, as the middle child of three children. Williams was raised in Wayside, New Jersey, in an upper-middle class environment. As a child, Williams struggled with her weight and was a poor student. In 1982, Williams graduated Ocean Township High School and went on to Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts to pursue a career in radio. During her college years, Williams was a DJ for her college's radio station WRBB and WXKS in Boston. In 1986, Williams earned a Bachelor's Degree in Communications.

After college, Williams got a job as a DJ at WVIS in St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands. After eight months, Williams moved to Washington, D.C., where she was a DJ at WOL-AM. In the late 1980's, Williams came back home and entered the New York market. During her career in New York, Williams worked at WPLJ, Hot 97 and 98.7 Kiss FM. In 1990, Williams got her own show between 6-10 p.m. at Kiss FM. During her show, she was known for her gossiping on celebrities. In 1993, Williams won the Billboard Award for Best On-Air Radio Personality.

In 1994, Williams moved to Hot 97. In 1998, Williams got fired from Hot 97, because allegedly she got in a fight with co-worker Angie Martinez, because of Martinez's romantic relationship with rapper Q-Tip. Williams left the New York area and moved to WUSL in Philadelphia. In 2001, Williams came back to New York and became a DJ at WBLS. Williams' 2-6 p.m. show was rated one of the highest audiences on the radio. In 2006, VH1 premiered The Wendy Williams Experience, a gossip show hosted by Williams. In July 2009, it was confirmed that Williams would quit her radio show.

Television Career[edit]

In 2008, Williams got a chance to expand to television and host her own day-time talk show. On July 14, 2008, The Wendy Williams Show debuted on FOX stations in New York City, Los Angeles, Detroit, Dallas and San Francisco. FOX launched a test run of the show during the summer of 2008. The run was successful and the show was renewed for 2009. The show became nationally syndicated and was even picked up with cable rights by BET. The show competed against other day-time talk shows. The show featured celebrity gossip, guest interviews and ask the host opportunities. Williams and her show became popular among female audiences between the ages of 18 and 45. As her show became popular nationally, Williams became popular with the tabloids.

During the first few airings of the show, Williams engaged in a heated argument with reality television participant Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth during an interview. Williams later admitted that she wanted to throw her off the set. As the show became a success, Williams was elected for induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame. In November 2009, FOX announced that the show would be renewed until 2012.

In April 2011, Williams began hosting a dating show, Love Triangle on the Game Show Network. [1] On February 28, 2011, ABC announced that Williams would be joining the cast of the twelfth season of Dancing with the Stars. [2] Williams lasted two weeks on Dancing with the Stars, when she was eliminated in April 2011.

In the spring of 2011, Williams made her acting debut with several guest appearances on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live as a talk show host named Phyllis Rose.

Books[edit]

Williams has released four books during her broadcasting career. All of her books consist details of Williams' life. In 2004, Williams wrote her first book- Wendy's Got the Heat. In 2005, Williams wrote The Wendy Williams Experience. From late 2006 to early 2007, Williams wrote Drama Is Her Middle Name and Is The Bitch Dead, Or What?.

Personal Life[edit]

In the early to mid-1990s, Williams suffered a cocaine addiction, which she recovered from. In recent years, Williams has had several miscarriages. In 1999, Williams married Kevin Hunter. In 2000, Williams gave birth to her son, Kevin Hunter Jr.

While Williams was pregnant, she suspected that her husband was cheating on her. She was right, but Hunter and Williams didn't divorce. Today, Hunter is Williams' manager. After her pregnancy, Williams gained weight. Later, Williams underwent liposuction surgery to slim down. Williams still went on a diet.

The feature on Williams that stand out most her large bosom. During her makeover, Williams increased her bra size from an A cup to a FF cup with a breast augmentation . Williams often wears low-cut dresses, which show off her large cleavage.

Trivia[edit]

  • In 2007, on VH1's The Wendy Williams Experience, Williams performed a trick: She pulled her breasts back without touching them.
  • On the air, Williams supports the American gay community, she is straight.
  • Williams announced that a movie about her will be released in 2010.
  • Today, Williams lives with her husband and son in northern New Jersey.
  • In October 2007, Williams hosted WNYW's Good Day New York, filling in for Jodi Applegate.
  • In 2009, Williams was awarded the "Women of the Year" title by E! Network's The Soup.

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