Wendy Williams may have opened up with her viewers about her divorce, but CNN's Van Jones didn't appreciate his marital problems being brought up on air.
The talk show host's divorce from her husband and manager Kevin Hunter has been even more dramatic than we thought.
"... I have a whole new life that I planned for myself and my son," Wendy Williams said on her talk show Monday.
"The Wendy Williams Show" host, who has been plagued with problems this year, is ending her nearly 22-year marriage to her manager and producing partner Kevin Hunter.
The TV host allegedly checked herself out of her Long Island sober living home on Monday and was rushed to the hospital.
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On The Wendy Williams Show Tuesday, the host made the emotional announcement that she is currently seeking treatment for addiction.
Not long after a two-month leave for medical reasons on Monday, host Wendy Williams was back at the helm of “The Wendy Williams Show” and immediately stirring things up with her defense of Michael Jackson amid child sex abuse allegations.
"Marriages have ebbs and flows," Williams said of hers to Kevin Hunter. "Marriages are not easy. And don't ask me about mine until you see this gone," pointing to her ring. "And it ain't going anywhere — not in this lifetime."
Wendy Williams will be taking time off from her daytime talk show due to complications with Graves disease, producers announced on Friday. “Over the past few days, Wendy has experienced complications regarding her Graves’ Disease that will require treatment,” a statement from the host’s family said. “Wendy will be under the strict supervision of her physicians, and as part of her care, there will be significant time spent in the hospital. Despite her strong desire to return, she is taking a necessary, extended break from her show to focus on her personal and physical well-being.” No end date for her hiatus was given, but “The Wendy Williams Show” distributor Debmar-Mercury said that the company would “will welcome her back with open arms the moment she is ready.” Also Read: Wendy Williams Apologizes for 'Less Than Stellar' Show After Taking Painkillers Last month, Williams offered an apology to viewers after appearing to flub her words and struggling to read a teleprompter. She attributed the mistakes to medications she had been taking for a recent shoulder injury. Earlier in 2018, Williams had taken a three-week hiatus after being diagnosed with Graves disease, an autoimmune disorder which affects the thyroid. “Despite her strong desire to return, she is taking a necessary, extended break from her show to focus on her personal and physical well-being,” the Williams family statement continued. “Wendy thanks everyone in advance for their well-wishes and for respecting her and The Hunter Family’s privacy during this time.” “The Wendy Williams Show” is set to return with original episodes the week of Jan. 28 with a rotating stable of guest hosts. Read original story Wendy Williams to Take Hiatus From Talk Show Due to ‘Complications’ With Graves Disease At TheWrap