- Wendy Williams announced on The Wendy Show Monday that she plans to leave the sober house where she currently lives.
- The announcement comes days after the talk show host also revealed she's filing for a divorce from her husband of 22 years.
- Itll be Wendy on her own, she said to fans.
Just days after Wendy Williams announced that she was filing for divorce from husband Kevin Hunter, the The Wendy Show host revealed that she will soon leave the sober house that shes been living in.
Itll be Wendy on her own, she said on Monday's episode. I have to tell you, Ive been dealing with issues with addiction, alcoholism. ... Believe me you, when you lay in a room with no TV and four gray walls all day and no telephone and you lay there and you think about your life. This is my life in the sober house. Its one of the best things, honestly, that could have ever happened to me. I'm on the loose."
Wendy first discussed her living arrangements, which she says helped her become better, stronger, and faster according to , during the March 19 episode of the show.
Its one of the best things, honestly, that could have ever happened to me.
But it hasn't been all smooth sailing since Wendy checked into the sober house. Late last month, after checking herself out of the home. According to the Daily Mail , the talk show host was brought to the hospital, where she was given a banana bag-or an intravenous (IV) treatment for patients with vitamin and electrolyte deficiencies. (According to , a publication for practicing pharmacists, this is a common treatment for individuals who have overused alcohol.)
I have a whole new life I planned for myself and my son," Wendy said on-air on Monday.
Were pulling for you over here, Wendy.