August 30, 2022
NEW YORK — The COVID Blog™ has been following the story of Ms. Wendy Williams since last fall. It caught our attention because the former talk show host vehemently refused to receive the lethal injections, despite vaxx zealot Dr. Mehmet Oz trying to shame her into receiving the shots in March 2021. But ultimately, Ms. Williams loved the money, glitz and glam of television more than her own health. Now she’s lost it all.
Several media outlets reported last fall that Ms. Williams caved and received the injections. New York had an indoor vaccine mandate that kept NBA star Kyrie Irving on the sidelines for several months for refusing the injections. Ms. Williams had a choice – get the injections or quit her eponymous show. But when the 13th season of the Emmy-nominated show premiered in September 2021, it was missing its star diva.
Fans believed that all the substitute hosts and re-runs of The Wendy Williams Show were temporary while Ms. Williams, 58, recovered from so-called “long COVID” and Graves disease. But her weeks-long absence turned into months. By November 2021, there were reports that Ms. Williams could no longer walk and was suffering from dementia. The show’s producers were already seeking a permanent replacement at that time.
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Things got worse in 2022. A Wells Fargo financial advisor named Lori Schiller, who formerly worked for Ms. Williams, petitioned the New York Supreme Court to appoint a guardian over Ms. Williams’ bank accounts. It was reported that a temporary guardian has had control of Ms. Williams’ money since March. Around that same time, actress Sherri Shepherd was named the permanent replacement for The Wendy Williams Show time slot. A judge then appointed a permanent guardian in May who controls Ms. Williams’ money.
It’s been a crazy summer for a once proud, powerful celebrity. She’s trying to salvage her career and legacy. But it’s safe to conclude that Ms. Williams will never work in television again for several reasons that all go back to the injections.
The TMZ “podcast” interview and strange public appearances
Ms. Williams appeared on TMZ Live on June 28, 2022. It was not well-received. She again spoke about starting a podcast. Ms. Williams also said that she’s lost 95% of the feeling in her feet due to lymphedema. She held her very swollen foot up to the camera at around the 5:50 mark. The TMZ hosts showed empathy and compassion throughout the interview, despite knowing there was something clearly wrong with their guest. They even cut the interview short towards the end when Ms. Williams starting incoherently rambling.
Most of the comments to said video are from her die-hard fans. Many of them expressed sadness after watching the interview. Several of them also blamed addiction and mental illness. None mentioned the injections.
Granted Tommy Williams, Wendy’s brother, piggybacks off his sister’s fame. He is famous solely for being the sibling of a famous person. That said, Mr. Williams appears to genuinely care about his big sister. He said via his YouTube channel that Wendy “is not okay” after the TMZ interview. Mr. Williams also said that he wants to help Wendy but she “pushes [me] away.”
A few days later, both the official Wendy Williams Show Instagram and YouTube channels disappeared from the web. She launched “The Wendy Experience Podcast” Instagram account that same week. It does not have a blue check mark. No actual episodes appear as of publishing.
Paparazzi, meanwhile, continually follow Ms. Williams around. The Daily Mail filmed her in the lobby of her New York apartment building earlier this month. She was barefoot, with her feet still swollen like they were in the TMZ interview.
The U.S. Sun filmed Ms. Williams last week buying cigarettes and vodka at a liquor store. The pictures do not look good.
We’ll continue following up on this story.
More celebrity updates
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber was featured on The COVID Blog™ in June. The 28-year-old was diagnosed with herpes zoster oticus, a known adverse reaction to the Pfizer mRNA injections. It caused Bell’s Palsy-like symptoms and forced him to cancel the remainder of his summer U.S. tour. He was out of commission for seven weeks before returning to the stage in Italy on July 31.
French-Canadian singer Celine Dion was first mentioned on The COVID Blog™ last November. She was supposed to be the opening act at the new Resorts World Theater in Las Vegas on October 19. But the show was cancelled “due to medical reasons.” Ms. Dion has not done a live performance since that time. In fact in March, she seemed quite negative about her overall prognosis. There are reports that Ms. Dion has lost over $70 million in earnings due to all the missed shows in 2022.
Actress Christina Applegate announced on August 10, 2021 that she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, another known adverse effect from the Pfizer mRNA injections. The former Married…With Children star frequently mentions her condition on Twitter, as it’s apparently taken over her entire existence.
Production of Ms. Applegate’s Netflix series, Dead To Me, had been postponed indefinitely since September 2021. But the official Twitter account for the show retweeted another account announcing that the third and final season will premier “this fall.” It’s unclear if Ms. Applegate will appear in the show beyond footage that had already been shot prior to her MS diagnosis.
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The whole Wendy Williams saga is shaping up to be a combination of Britney Spears-like conservatorship and mysterious Anne Heche-type death. Her entire demise seems so orchestrated and deliberate. But the bottom line is that Ms. Williams, like all these other celebrities herein, received the injections by choice. All of these people had plenty of money to walk away from their jobs and preserve their health.
Ms. Williams has been through a lot in life. She’s had alcohol and cocaine issues in the past. Her 2019 divorce after 22 years of marriage was very public. She learned that Kevin Williams, her ex-husband, fathered a child with another woman.
But even her ex-husband, who was the former executive producer of The Wendy Williams Show, slammed the subsequent producers for their icy, disrespectful finale of the show.
Ms. Williams seemingly needed her show for therapeutic purposes. But there’s simply no denying that, despite all of her other issues, everything went downhill after the reported injections. That fact is always eliminated from the mainstream media stories.
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