Wendy Williams cleared up the rumors that she may be joining the cast of "The Real Housewives of New York" on her talk show.
Andy Cohen has been begging Wendy Williams to appear on a season of "The Real Housewives of New York" for some time now, but Williams put an end to those reports.
“No, I will not be a Real Housewife of New York,” she said Wednesday. Her audience seemed a bit disappointed by the news, but she fired back, “Excuse me! I have a purple chair of my own.”
Wendy then promised to keep up with the juicy details of her life ... on her own TV show.
Wendy went on to say, “You’re not coming into my apartment,” she explained. “You’re not checking out who I date.” Plus, Wendy added that she doesn’t think she’d be a good addition to the show because she wouldn’t have any drama with her fellow cast mates! “I like them all — Bethenny, Tinsley, LuAnn,” she said.
She then took a shot at her ex, Kevin Hunter, by saying, “Wendy is not a housewife. In fact, she’s not even a wife!”
Although Wendy made it clear that she is single right now the popular host said, “I’d rather be a wife than a girlfriend, so…to be continued.”
Wendy and Kevin divorced earlier this year after more than 20 years of marriage. The split came in the wake of rumors that he had a mistress who had given birth to his lovechild.