Wendy Williams Says No Kissing Or Any Other Intimacy Amid Quarantine Time
During a conversation with Mario Lopez on Access Hollywood, Wendy Williams, who recently concluded her divorce proceedings with Kevin Hunter in January, dished on what it was like to live in her New York City apartment amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to People Magazine, Wendy said to the television show host that she loves to stay at home, describing herself as a "homebody" who lives amongst "beautiful surroundings." The TV host said it's just her and her two cats.
As for what she's been doing to keep busy lately, The Wendy Williams Show host explained that she has been "doing a lot of crafts" while enjoying some of her favorite TV shows. Wendy said to the host that she thinks people are going to go back to normal, but she won't.
Wendy joked that she won't be "shaking hands anymore," and certainly won't be "kissing on the first date." She won't be having s*x with her date either.
When asked if she's been on any dating applications, Wendy explained that she didn't mind the concept, but she's not interested in it at the moment, especially during a pandemic. Wendy added there are a lot of people who are using their time for good - but for others, not so much.
Lopez then asked Williams about any romantic encounters she has had over the last 2 months, and she explained that someone gave her diamonds, but didn't reveal any more details. As it was previously reported, Wendy and her ex-husband, Kevin Hunter, got divorced after it was reported that he had a child with a mistress.
Ever since they split up, the 55-year-old TV host has no longer been in contact with Mr. Hunter. Moreover, she cut all ties with him professionally, including his position on her show as executive producer and the various ventures they owned together.
Amid all of the harrowing coronavirus news, Wendy did have a moment to positively reflect on her life. The host said she didn't believe her show would last as long as it did, but lo and behold, a new season was recently ordered by the network.