Wendy Williams Describes Her Dream Guy: 'I Can't Wait to Fall in Love'

The TV personality made a rare interview appearance at WBLS 107.5 FM's Circle of Sisters event on Monday, Nov. 21.

Wendy Williams is ready to find Mr. Right!

The former talkshow host opened up about her hopes and dreams for her love life during an interview at WBLS 107.5 FM's Circle of Sisters event on Monday, Nov. 21, where she said she "can't wait" to find that special someone. 

While attending the event at Resorts World in New York City, Williams, 58, admitted that while she doesn't "want to get married," she still knows just what kind of man she's looking for. 

"I want him to already have kids," the television personality is heard saying to host Jus Nik in a clip from the interview shared to the Circle of Sisters Instagram. "I want him to be someplace around my age, maybe 10 years younger than me, maybe 15 years older than me, you know what I mean."

She continued, "Then, we'll be able to do things together, like if we want to all of the sudden fly from New York City, if we want to fly to France to be there for two days to have food or whatever." 

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Williams also got emotional while receiving praise from one audience member, who said she has "blazed a trail" for other Black women with her prolific career.

"I have tears of laughter but also sincere [tears]," Williams said in response. "Just thank you all so much for being here today." 

Jus Nik shared the clip to her Instagram page on Monday, calling the experience "such a full circle moment to interview one of the legends who motivated ME to do radio in the first place!!" 

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The interview with Williams comes one month after she was released from a wellness facility, which she entered back in September to manage her "overall health issues," as Parade reported. The New Jersey native was previously sidelined from her longtime daytime show, The Wendy Williams Show, as a result of multiple health issues, including complications from her battle with Grave's Disease

Williams was released from the wellness facility in October, with her publicist Shawn Zanotti confirming, "Wendy Williams is home and healing after being in a wellness facility since August," in a statement to People last month. "Wendy is excited about the road ahead and looking forward to releasing her many projects."

As she looks forward to her next career moves following the end of her show, Williams recently revealed she is done with TV and is currently planning to launch a podcast, titled The Wendy Experience, for which a release date has not yet been announced. 

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