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May 16, 2012

Wendy Williams Ready to Return to Her First Love: Radio

If you've heard any of Wendy Williams' Monday morning segments on the Tom Joyner Morning Show recently, then you know that she is still an engaging and compelling radio personality. She literally takes over the show during her five minute check in with Tom, Sybil and J. Anthony Brown.

Wendy admitted in a recent TV interview that her first love, radio, is definitely calling her name. She also said that a few conditions need to be met before she gets in the radio studio again. “When I go back to radio it’s going to be on my own terms. I don’t want to play music, I want to talk.”

Since Wendy's recent comedic part in “Think Like a Man” she’s also looking forward to doing more roles in the future, including a sequel to the movie.

Check out the [VIDEO] below from Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live" and host Andy Cohen


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