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Wendy Williams Reportedly In High Spirits After Leaving Wellness Facility, with Rep Saying She’s ‘Home’ and ‘Resting’ 

Wendy Williams is officially a free woman. 

The 58-year-old was recently released from a wellness facility after a two-month stay. According to Page Six, Williams entered the undisclosed center in August to focus on her health before embarking on the next professional chapter of her life, “The Wendy Experience Podcast.”

Wendy Williams’ representative claimed that the former television host is home and resting after a two month stay at wellness facility. (Photo: @therealwendywilliams/Instagram)

The former talk show host’s rep, Shawn Zanotti, told the news outlet in a statement that Williams is at “home and healing.” Without disclosing the exact date Williams left the facility, he said, “We are happy to report that Wendy Williams is home and healing after being in a wellness facility since August.” 

Zanotti continued the statement by saying that Williams is enthusiastic about the many projects she has lined up. He said, “Wendy is excited about the road ahead and looking forward to releasing her many projects.”

Zanotti ends the statement by sending a thank you message specifically from Williams to her fans. It read, “Thank you to my fans for your love, support and many prayers. I am back and better than ever.”

As the news of Williams’ well-being began circulating online, many expressed how happy they were to hear that she was in recovery. 

“Takes a STRONG person to admit when they are weak ..and it takes a even Stronger person to seek help …we love you Aunty.”

“I’m glad to hear that. I honestly pray things continue to get better for her.. It’s not a good feeling when you lose self and control.”

“We all need to hit the reset button sometimes. Glad she’s better.”

“Rooting for You WENDY!!”

Among the previous remarks, others expressed that although they are glad to hear Williams is doing better, they felt she should stay in the facility a bit longer to heal from her hardships completely. The list included her tumultuous relationship with her ex-husband Kevin Hunter and the ending of her daytime television show. 

One wrote, “Too soon…she needs a Year to heal my opinion. but glad she’s better.” Another said, “I say. Go back until end of the year and then kick off the new year with new energy / new show / new you!! We love you Wendy!!”

“That wasn’t long enough Wendy…stay a little longer so you can work on YOU, not just enough to get back out here in the entertainment world,” one more user shared.

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