The Wendy Williams Show
Perri "Pebbles" Reid has decided to start telling her side of what went down 20 years ago with TLC. On the heels of VH1's successful CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story biopic, the pop singer-turned-record company exec-turned-minister went on The Wendy Williams Show to discuss allegations she stole millions of dollars from one of the biggest girl groups of all time.
Among the bombshell allegations Pebbles dropped — Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes reportedly kicked Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas out of the group for hooking up with producer Dallas Austin, not Pebbles! The "Mercedes Boy" singer also stated she believes Chilli slept with her then-husband, music industry mogul L.A. Reid. Watch as the scandalous tea was spilled all over Wendy's set in the clip after the jump!
Former teen heartthrob Corey Feldman has been speaking out for years about the ugly underbelly of life as a child star in Hollywood. The 80's icon appeared on Wendy Williams to promote his new memoir Coreyography and discussed the sexual abuse he and the late Corey Haim reportedly endured as child actors. Watch the powerful, disturbing clip after the jump. READ MORE
Devious Maids and All My Children legend Susan Lucci stopped by The Wendy Williams Show Thursday, to help the talk show host celebrate her birthday.
During her appearance, La Lucci flipped the script and placed Williams in the ‘Hot Seat’, a game she plays with her guests. For Williams’ last question, Lucci asked the birthday girl what her most awkward encounter was with a celebrity. Williams told Lucci and the audience about a time she ran into talk show titan Oprah Winfrey. Williams recalled:
"I was coming down the escalator and she was going up the escalator in a publishing building. I forgot exactly what I was doing there, but that’s where Harpo's...where her magazine is here in Manhattan. And we were the only two people in the lobby other than security downstairs, and for them I guess it was like watching a TV show. You know, like okay, 'Here it goes.' And I said to my publicist [who] was with me, I said, “There’s Oprah hold in your stomach!”
Say what? Watch at the 10-minute mark after the jump! READ MORE
Get ready to see more Wendy Williams in the coming years. Debmar-Mercury just announced they have renewed The Wendy Williams Show through the 2016-17 television season on FOX television stations. The chatfest’s renewal will cover the top television markets, locking the show in for eight seasons.
This news comes on the heels of the talk show’s previous two-year deal. Senior VP or programming for Fox Televisions Stations Frank Cicha said in a released statement,
The Wendy Williams Show has as much momentum as any show on our air right now, both qualitatively and quantitatively. Over the last few years, it’s evolved into the ideal lead-out to our morning news blocks. Like our news, the show delivers a day/date immediacy that serves as a blueprint for where we want to be the rest of the day. READ MORE