Wendy Williams Got Booed By Her Own Audience After Making Negative Comments About Beyoncé. tt

Wendy Williams got her start on radio and became famous for her outspoken nature and infectious personality. She also became infamous among the many celebrities Williams would regularly speak about.

She eventually got her own daytime talk show and became a staple in households across America. Williams’ Emmy-winning show, however, was canceled in its 13th season.

One of the many celebrities Williams talked about was Beyoncé. The singer was often a fixture during the show’s Hot Topics segment. However, during one particular episode, Williams said something about the diva which got her in trouble with Beyoncé’s legion of fans.

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Wendy Williams Has Said That She Isn’t Happy With The Way Her Show Ended

When Williams’ daytime talk show, The Wendy Williams Show, began its 13th season in October 2021, the star herself wasn’t present. The host took an indefinite leave of absence due to various medical issues. A bunch of guest hosts were brought on to fill her spot, one of which was Sherri Shepherd.

By 2022, it was clear to the production company, Debmar-Mercury, they couldn’t move forward with the show. Since Shepherd’s appearances as guest host went over so well, she was offered her own show to replace Williams’ time slot.

It was later announced that Williams’ show would air its final episode at the end of its 13th season and Shepherd’s show Sherri would premiere in the fall

Williams told The New York Post that she didn’t like the final episode of her show. When the outlet asked her why she didn’t make an appearance, she said the production company didn’t ask her to be there.

“[Debmar-Mercury] didn’t ask me to do that, so I didn’t. I sat in my apartment and I watched it. And [I was] like, ‘Eek!'” she said.

Williams also told the outlet that she feels the production company should’ve done her final episode with her instead of the other guest hosts. She did make an exception for Fat Joe, however, who co-hosted with Remy Ma. Williams said Joe is her “favorite.”

Wendy Williams Said Beyoncé Talks Like She Has A Fifth Grade Education

When Williams premiered The Wendy Williams Show in 2008, her infamous brand of celebrity commentary was now a fixture on T.V. screens across America. Williams had a ton of celebrity guests on her show over the years. However, there were also many moments when she would upset a celebrity’s fan base or even the stars themselves.

In 2012, Williams was speaking about Beyoncé and a documentary the singer planned to air on HBO. Williams said that she was a fan of Beyoncé and noted the divisive nature of the subject. She claimed that her Hot Topics meeting was filled with people who didn’t want to watch it, because they felt it wouldn’t offer anything new.

Williams, on the other hand, said she would be tuning in. However, the rest of her explanation is where she got in trouble.

“I am a Beyoncé fan. I’m gonna watch her upcoming documentary, because fortunately one of the TVs in our kitchen has closed captioning, so I’ll be able to understand what she says,” Williams said.

The audience began laughing nervously before Williams went in for the kill.

“You know Beyoncé can’t talk. She sounds like she has a fifth grade education.”

This didn’t go over so well with Williams’ audience, who responded with several boos.

“Excuse me, I just said I was a fan,” she said. “But we have to call a spade a spade.”

Williams’ comments didn’t go over well with the Beyhive. It was also picked up by several media outlets, who reported on Williams’ commentary.

What’s Next For Wendy Williams?

Wendy Williams isn’t letting the end of her successful talk show keep her down, having just announced a brand-new podcast entitled, The Wendy Experience.

The former radio disc jokey and talk show host’s move into podcasting has been rumored for months, given Williams’ history of offering commentary on the latest celebrity hot topics.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Williams’ manager, Will Selby, shared new details on the project. For starters, the show will be recorded at Williams’ $4.5 million New York City penthouse. Selby has also confirmed there will be a video component in addition to the audio.


The show’s official Instagram account has already been set up. At the time, Selby said they still had not recorded an episode. He said Fat Joe is one of the names being suggested as a possible first guest.

Selby’s professional relationship with Williams began when he worked as her jeweler. As the two became closer, he revealed that he started pitching the podcast idea to Williams while she was still hosting her talk show.

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