Wendy Williams flaunts her legs in skimpy shorts during outing in NYC after announcing she's 'done' filming her talk show from homeBy
Wendy Williams flaunts her legs in skimpy shorts during outing in NYC after announcing she’s ‘done’ filming her talk show from home
Wendy Williams stepped out to run errands on Sunday after admitting she will no longer film her talk show from home.
The 55-year-old, who has been battling Graves’ disease, enjoyed some downtime and showed off her legs in some skimpy Daisy Dukes and Chanel high top sneakers.
She had a helpful assistant carry her pricey Hermes Birkin for her as she arrived back at her apartment wrapped up in an oversize hoodie.
Leggy: Wendy Williams is pictured out in NYC on Sunday wearing a pair of skimpy Daisy Dukes
Wendy left her lightened locks loose around her shoulders and perched some stylish sunglasses on top her head.
The outing comes after Wendy said she is officially over doing the ‘@ Home’ editions of her talk-show.
Earlier this month Williams addressed fans from her New York apartment in a video posted to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook where she explained why she’s putting a stop to the remote filming of the daytime show.
Downtime: The TV personality was seen for the first time after announcing she’s done filming her talk show from home
Helping hand: She had a helpful assistant carry her pricey Hermes Birkin for her as she arrived back at her apartment wrapped up in an oversize hoodie
‘Hi! It’s me from home, and hopefully for not too long… I’m waiting for the state of New York to say that we as a show can go back,’ Williams said, who recently put the show on hold to deal with health issues related to Graves’ disease.
‘Now we have 200 people in our audience, we’ll never have that again, but I want to go back to doing our show. Nothing makes me happier than to be Wendy on The Wendy Show…’ Williams continued.
‘You know what I mean? I got the love, and the boyfriends, and all that kinda 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,’
‘The goal is to be back in studio as soon as we are allowed,’ a show spokesperson confirmed to Deadline. ‘If that is delayed until later in the year, we may revisit the @ Home shows.’
Enough: Earlier this month Wendy said she’s done filming ‘at home’ editions of her talk show and wants NY state to let them go back to the studio (pictured in a video message to fans)
In May, it was revealed the show would be put on hold indefinitely due to Williams’ health struggles.
‘Recently, Wendy has been dealing with symptoms from her Graves’ disease which is causing fatigue. In consultation with her doctor and as a precautionary measure, she will be taking some time off as she continues to receive treatment,’ a statement shared via her syndicated show’s official Twitter account read.
The TV personality announced in early 2018 she had been diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder that leads to an overactive thyroid.
For the fans: Wendy posted her video with a heart emoji telling viewers she missed them
Williams had previously expressed her concerns about doing her television show from home.
In an interview to CNN Williams talked about why she was reluctant to film The Wendy Williams Show from her apartment in New York City when the coronavirus pandemic forced everyone out of the studio.
In it, she explained she didn’t want to go ahead with the at-home version of the show at first, as she considers her space at home sacred, but also because she didn’t like the idea of seeing other TV personalities ‘looking disgusting’ she laughed, adding: ‘I’m just saying.’
Had enough: Wendy previously expressed her concerns about TV stars working from home and ‘looking disgusting’
A slew of rival talk shows including The View, The Talk, and LIVE with Kelly and Ryan have seen their hosts present from their homes amid the current pandemic.
However, Williams adds in the interview that she’s a ‘natural’ and was ‘born’ to be in front of the camera.
She explained: ‘I’ve got closets galore right? I pull out a robe and you know, sit in my chair and I’ve got my stuff around me and I’m a natural. It’s like I am born to do exactly what I’m doing. So, this is not a stretch for me.’