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Wendy Williams is stepping back from her talk show because of her Graves’ disease. The 55-year-old star has still been working from home on new episodes of her program, but now it has been confirmed that “The Wendy Williams Show” will go on hiatus due to health issues related to the autoimmune disease, which she…

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Wendy Williams is “doing swell,” after taking an extended break from her talk show. The 55-year-old presenter returned to helm her eponymously titled chat show on Monday, March 4, 2019, for the first time since December after taking a break to “focus on her personal and physical wellbeing” — all this following a shoulder fracture…

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Nick Cannon got “a little emotional” when he spoke to Wendy Williams about her illness. The “Wild ‘N Out” star, who suffers from lupus, has stepped in to guest host the 54-year-old presenter’s eponymous talk show for a few days while she takes an extended hiatus. Williams is currently suffering from complications with Graves disease. Cannon admitted…

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Wendy Williams’ fans will be disappointed when they hear the news about her show. The 54-year-old talk-show host appeared on her show on Dec. 18, with her arm in a sling which was hidden underneath a pink sweater, as she told viewers she had suffered a hairline fracture to her right shoulder. Williams has delayed the return…

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