Wendy Williams Is Nervous About Losing Her Daytime Talk Show

February 9, 2019  |  

Wendy Williams during an appearance on NBC's 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.'

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Due to her complications with Graves’ disease and a fractured shoulder, Wendy Williams is still on hiatus from her daytime TV show, The Wendy Williams Show. Last week, there were a series of guest hosts filling in for her, but no one stole the show like funny man Nick Cannon. The success of the guest host now allegedly has Williams on edge and she is scared that she will lose her show.

“She’s super scared and anxious,” an insider told Page Six. “Watching [fill-in host] Nick Cannon being a huge hit with her audience is tough for her. They’re already starting to mess with the format. It’s like watching them screw around with her baby.”

To make matters worse, Williams is also allegedly not in any shape to return back to her purple chair anytime soon, a source also told Page Six.

Next week, guest hosts will include Sherri Shepherd, Jerry O’Connell and Michael Rappaport.

While substituting for the gossip queen, Cannon gave an update on how she and her family are doing, saying she personally told him that “she wanted to speak as a family unit and her, Kevin and [their son] Little Kevin said they are all good.”

The New Jersey native wanted to make that clear due to rumors that her marriage to Kevin Hunter, who is also the executive producer to The Wendy Williams Show, is on the rocks. There were rumors that he got his mistress pregnant, who allegedly lives down the street from their home. Williams and her husband have denied their rumors.

After hosting the show from February 4th to the 6th, the Wild N’ Out host became a hit with Williams’ audience. See what they had to say on Twitter below.

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