Wendy Williams got emotional on her talk show's finale as she discussed battling a very challenging year.
While closing out season 10 of "The Wendy Williams Show," Williams began to cry, admitting how difficult this season has been for her.
"This season has been, well, hell for me, in a weird way," she explained.
“I appreciate doing this show because it’s my one hour where I get to be fun and forget about stuff,” she said.
“You’ve seen me pass out this season, you’ve read (about me) in tabloids and the paparazzi and all that, but through it all, my one joy – aside from my son and my family – is you,” said the talk show host, who is in the midst of a divorce from longtime husband Kevin Hunter.
“I’m not doing this show forever, but I certainly will be back for season 11,” she added.
“A lot of people didn’t think we could do it, but we did it! … I love you for watching, and I’ll see you next time on Wendy.”
Williams took an extended leave from her show in January for treatment for Graves' disease and guest hosts filled her spot until her return on March 4.
Just weeks later, the host, who has admitted to struggling with addiction in the past, revealed on-air that she was living in a sober house. Then, in April, Williams filed for divorce from Hunter, who she had been married to since 1997 and with whom she shares son Kevin Hunter Jr.
This wasn't the first time Williams' emotions got the best of her on air.
While appearing on Sirius XM's "Karen Hunter Show" in late July, Williams attempted to share how her family is coping as they're "going through a situation." However, the star struggled with getting her words out.
When the host asked whether Williams had "changed out the credit cards and the bank accounts" to change her last name, the daytime television personality became emotional.
"No, my name is Wendy Hunter," she said. "That's my son's name and you can't take away 20.... Don't make me cry," she muttered before telling host Karen Hunter "next," to move on to the following question.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Wendy Williams cries during finale, says this season has been 'hell'