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Wendy Williams will change how she dates post pandemic

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Surely life as we know it will change after the pandemic ends. The norms are going to be different. And Wendy Williams understands this more than ever. She has said that rules of dating for her will also change after the pandemic. Yes, she’s taking it to another level and we are proud of that. It’s a great example to follow. Speaking to Extra she said:

“I want to date, and there will be no kissing on the first date. Even those rules have changed for me.”

Fifty-five-year-old talk show host finalized her divorce from Kevin Hunter this January. And she is staying optimistic that she will get married again. But this time with legal protection.

Soon enough she cleared what kind of legal protection she is looking for in her next marriage and said:

“I am a hopeless romantic. I would get married again with a very simple prenuptial agreement. Basically, what’s yours is yours and what’s mine is mine.”

She wants to keep her next marriage simple and free from all the laborious festivities. She said she’d get married in a hotel room and start her life from there on. Honeymoon or no honeymoon does not matter to the star anymore.

Wendy Williams and John Oliver friendship

Talk show queen has a new fan; John Oliver. And as the star is working from home she spoke to Extra’s Billy Bush about the newfound friendship over Zoom.

The two became friends when John appeared on Wendy @ Home. Following the appearing, the host of “Last Week Tonight” praised Wendy. And said, he has become a fan of Wendy and her show. Continuing to say that “it is an oasis of truth in a world full of lies.”

And Wendy replied saying she’s known him by his work from before. And that she admires he’s so funny.

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