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TV host Wendy Williams 'reclaiming' her life after divorce

ANI | Washington DC | Updated: 15-05-2019 09:36 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 09:36 IST
TV host Wendy Williams 'reclaiming' her life after divorce

A month after Wendy Williams filed for a divorce from her longtime husband Kevin Hunter, the American TV host is "reclaiming her life". E! News cited Wendy telling her audience on her show, "I go out a lot because I am a good time girl. I like to have fun. I am right now a young and pretty New York City girl."

She also added that "I'm really, really reclaiming my life." After Wendy addressed her pictures with a man at an NYC fundraiser, her personal life came into a public view. However, she later confirmed that the man is a part of her show security team and not her boyfriend.

"I don't have a boyfriend, but I must admit I am rediscovering my love of men. I do date and I date pretty often," Williams told the audience. She also made a hilarious remark and said, "The parade of men will continue."

On the matter of privacy, the presenter said, "It's hard to say 'give privacy' because I don't give privacy when I'm doing the rest of the stories, so you do what you want--you always do." Wendy and Kevin are parents to a son, who is currently home and visits both of his parents, Wendy said on the show. (ANI)



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