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Wendy Williams is ‘happy to be here’ after health woes and rehab stint

Page Six logo: MainLogo Page Six 12/27/2022 Francesca Bacardi

Wendy Williams is just “happy to be here” after a year full of health scares and legal drama.

The former daytime talk show host shared a video on Instagram Saturday to promote merchandise for her forthcoming podcast, “The Wendy Experience,” and showed her fans just how well she’s doing after a stint in rehab.

“Hey! Happy holidays! ‘Tis the season for the winter,” Williams, 58, said from a cozy couch. “I’m just happy to be here and to be, well, happy to be here.”

The video, which was posted on Christmas Eve, included a link to where the Emmy nominee’s “co-hosts” can purchase hoodies and baseball hats that feature many of her most famous catchphrases, such as, “How you doin’?”

The post prompted immediate support from Williams’ devoted fans.

“Wendy you’re are loved!!! Excited for what have you share with the world in 2023!!! 🌈🕺🏻🕺🏻,” commented one follower.

© Provided by Page Six The former daytime talk show host is set to launch the “Wendy Experience” podcast.Stan / MEGA

“So happy we get to@hear your voice and thoughts again. ❤️ Ain’t nothing like your tea and opinion 🔥🔥🔥,” wrote another.

“I’m glad she’s taking her time and hopefully getting better!!! Merry Christmas Wendy 🎊🎉🎄❤️,” observed a third fan.

© Provided by Page Six Williams completed a two-month rehab stay in October.thewendyexperiencepodcast/Instag

It’s unclear when Williams’ podcast will officially launch.

The former shock jock has been slowly returning to the public eye since completing a two-month rehab stay in October for alcohol abuse. One month later, she appeared at her former radio station WBLS’ annual Circle of Sisters event looking happier and healthier than ever.

Despite the improvement in Williams’ personal life, her 22-year-old son, Kevin Hunter Jr., hit a setback when he was evicted from his $2 million Miami apartment in September for failing to pay rent since February because his mother had lost access to her finances.


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