Wendy Williams – Net worth, Money and More

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NET WORTH:$60 Million

PROFESSION: Media personality, Actress and Author

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 LIFE

Wendy Williams, is a famous media personality, actress and author. She hosts a syndicated television talk show, The Wendy Williams Show. Wendy Williams was born on July 18, 1964 in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Her parents, Thomas and Shirley Williams,[4] raised Wendy and her siblings in the Wayside section of Ocean Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She has written an autobiography and several other books, and has created two product lines. She attended Northeastern University in Boston where she was a college radio station DJ. Her first professional radio job was at WVIS in the Virgin Islands. From there she landed a job as a substitute DJ  in New York City.

Career

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Wendy started her career by working for WVIS in the Virgin Islands. Williams started working at urban contemporary WRKS (now WEPN-FM) in New York City as a substitute disc jockey around 1989. WRKS hired her full-time for its morning show. Williams won the Billboard Award for “Best On-Air Radio Personality” in 1993 and then moved to afternoon prime time show when she won the billboard.

Her voice touched the heart millions as a result when she started working for Philadelphia urban station, WUSL the ranking of the channel improved from 14th to 2nd .She was quite broad minded and open and discussed about her life on air, discussing her miscarriages, breast enhancement surgery, and drug addiction. William came back to New York when WBLS hired for 2-6 Prime time .She by 2008 was syndicated in the following states- 8, she was syndicated in the following states

  • Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Wilmington, Delaware
  • Toledo, Ohio
  • Columbia, South Carolina
  • Emporia, Virginia
  • Lake Charles, Louisiana
  • Tyler, Texas
  • Alexandria, Louisiana

The New York Times stated that her “show works best when its elements –  confessional are conflated,”. Williams’ friend, MC Spice of Boston, offered his voiceover services to the show, often adding short rap verses tailored specifically for Williams’ show. Williams left her radio show in to focus on her television program and spend time with family. She was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.Wendy has also written six books, several of which were bestsellers. Wendy is especially known for her famous catch phrase “How you doin?”

 

 Wendy Williams Show

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Williams started her own talk show on 13th July 2008 The Wendy Williams Show, a 6-week test run on Fox owned-and-operated stations in New York City, Dallas, Detroit, and Los Angeles. Fox Television Stations went into a deal with syndication company Deb mar-Mercury at the end of the test to broadcast the show on its station .

 

Products and Lifestyle

Wendy’s Favourite Products:She like Biore wipes. For moisturizer, she use’s Cetaphil. When asked about her eye makeup she replied that “I don’t use the under eye cream and all that stuff. It’s too much of a routine! You know how you do something once or twice and then the next thing you know you are not doing anything anymore” and the only thing she is consistent with is her Clarisonic.

 WIGS: She has her own line of wigs and her name in wig business has made quite a name. Known as Wendy Williams Hair World – Especially Yours.

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ADORN:  Williams also owns a jewellery brand on the home shopping network, QVC, called “Adorn by Wendy Williams”.

 

     THE WENDY STYLE

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  • Pink custom-made oxford blouse with monogrammed cuff by Edwing D’Angelo
  • Purple and black tweed skirt by Nanette Lepore
  • Caramel fishnet tights by Nude Barre
  • Silver leaf earrings by Robert Rose
  • Silver cuff by Traci Lynn
  • Wendy’s own silver bracelet by Bulgari

 

 

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• Red “Ponte Knit Skater” dress by Eliza J

• Caramel fishnet tights by Nude Barre

• Gold “McKenna Iridescent Drusy” hoop earrings by Kendra Scott

• Gold textured cuff by Rustic Cuff

• Wendy’s own diamond necklace

• Wendy’s own gold and silver watch by Cartier

• Wendy’s own gold and silver bangles by Cartier

• Wendy’s own sapphire bracelet

• Wendy’s own diamond bracelet

• Red on black crystal cat eyeglasses by Divalicious Jewelry

• Nude “Pigalle Spike Patent” pumps by Christian Louboutin

• Nude leather flats by Christian Louboutin

  • Wendy’s own sliver watch by Cartier
  • Wendy’s own sapphire bracelet
  • Wendy’s own diamond bracelet
  • Clear on black crystal cat eyeglasses by Divalicious Jewelry
  • Purple “Carrie” sandal by SJP

HOME

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“I love our house, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world,” she says. “It’s not about it being big. It’s not about things being expensive. It’s about three people who live a fast life, who need a safe place – and that’s our home.”

Controversies

  •  During her segment on her talk show today, Wendy Williams brought up the recent controversy surrounding Madonna referring to her son as a “nigga.”This somehow segued into Williams saying 13-year old Rocco is a “big of his mother” and totally losing it because her teenage boy doesn’t like her any more.

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  • As shown by the after and before Wendy Williams plastic surgery photos, it is clear that a 49 years old Wendy previously had small breast. The small breasts according to her did not fit well with her big body. This motivated her to look for breast augmentation proce From her recent pictures, it is so simple to realize the she has carried out a number of facial plastic surgeries. This includes cheeks job, head or eye lifts and nose shape.
  • Through Botox injections, Wendy Williams has been able to achieve a plain face which has no wrinkles. This makes her to appear younger and attractive.

PETA

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When asked about this PETA campaign, Wendy said, “I don’t really think that fur is the mark of success anymore.” If it were, I bet she’d be rockin’ a chinchilla.

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