WENDY Williams teared up as she made her grand entrance on her show’s season premiere.
This was the daytime talk show host’s first time back on set in six months after her life was a “mess” from the pandemic.
Wendy made an emotional Season 12 entrance in a neon lime-green flowy dress.
She seemed genuinely choked up as she dabbed her eyes and fanned her face.
Wendy said as she kicked off Hot Topics: “I’m so happy to be back. It’s been a long seven months for us here at Wendy, and I’m sure for you too. You know it’s been since March… and what a mess.”
Wendy, who has a new DJ, DJ Suss One, on her show also updated audiences on her love life.
Her former DJ, and rumored beau, DJ Boof, did not appear on today’s episode.
She said: “I know men friends. I was having dates and stuff. I’m single. I live in Manhattan now. I sold the house in Jersey. But then the past five months have been really weird.
“Where do you get a hug? Shout out to all the single people – men and women. Where do you get a hug? How do you really get touched? Well, I’ve slipped up a couple of times I must say.”
The TV personality, 56, parted ways from her ex-husband Kevin Hunter after 22 years as their divorce was finalized in January 2020.
The exes, who share a son, recently sold their New Jersey mansion for the cutdown price of $1.5 million.
Wendy also talked about her son, Kevin Jr.
She relayed: “It’s hard when they’re 20, cause they can be jerky… But we talk. He’ll call me or I’ll call him. Sometimes I answer. Sometimes he answers…
“He did call me last night to say good luck today… and then asked me for money. Tha’s the way it goes with these kids.”
Wendy had been filming remotely with At-Home episodes for the first few months of the pandemic but had been on hiatus since then.
Earlier this month, The Wendy Williams Show released a new promo for the upcoming season premiere.
The caption for the YouTube video show reads: “The wait is almost over! Wendy’s back LIVE, with all-new shows, starting Monday, September 21. So grab a snack, pour some tea and pull up close! It’s gonna be good!”
In May, Wendy’s at-home show went on hiatus because of a health crisis with Graves’ disease.
She ended up deciding: “I’m waiting for the state of New York to say that we as a show can go back. We got 200 people in our audience, we’ll never have that again. But I want to go back to do our show.”
She added: “Nothing makes me happier than to be Wendy on The Wendy Show. What I want the most is to be with you. I miss you. I miss you a lot.”
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