Wendy Williams is an American television host, businesswoman, a prominent author, and a former DJ. She gained fame from her talk show The Wendy Williams Show, which is running since 2008. she was referred to as shock jockette in her early days of career.
Since the outbreak of coronavirus, the pandemic has turned the world upside down, this has resulted in all the industry getting suspended, and like most of the shows, The Wendy Williams Show was also suspended.
But the host, Wendy, who will turn 56 this July, is eager to carry on her show. This was proved when she appeared on the Dr. Oz show and stated her willingness to “risk it” to get back on the air.
She offered an idea that she will be willing to do the show with the absence of live audience if necessary, but this idea was not followed as the makers wanted her full safety
She said, ‘But I can do it even with no audience. I don’t even have to have the staffers there because I did that for two days,'” she recalled. “But they said, ‘No. We need to have you home, indefinitely.’ There will be no more Wendy or any of the other people for a period of time.”
“I’m willing to risk it with one camera and a flashlight,” she said. “I’m ready to go back to work next week. I’m ready to go back to work when we’re like — come on, let’s go!” she said in an interview to News Page 6.
Wendy here somewhat represents the thought that many people who work regularly and love what they do but are forced to sit at home and are facing difficulties as their whole routine has stopped. But we have to follow this as the virus is constantly expanding its reach and causing a global threat.