Wendy Williams Passes out On Live TV

Peter Castro
November 2, 2017

Wendy Williams joked and teared up as she shared new details Wednesday about what happened before she fainted during a live taping of The Wendy Williams Show the day before. "I think the idea of "boss up" is just flawless, especially in our day and age where we are so reliant on the opinions of others".

First, very smiley, Wendy Williams began to find her words. I'm a woman of a particular age.

"I really enjoyed what she said about being your own best friend just because you can't rely on anyone else", Galarza said. "I don't need that".

Wendy Williams was in the middle of her show's annual "How You Doin' Halloween Costume Contest" when the incident happened.

Williams then asked her producer for tissues before explaining why she chose to reach for the back of her head on her way down.

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A stage hand immediately rushed to her side and the show went into a commercial break. She was able to finish the show in true Wendy spirit. No, I don't want to fall. "Second of all, if it's going down, it's got to be as cute as I can make it, so I'm going down with the crown". "All of a sudden right before passing out, I felt like I was in the middle of a campfire".

She also noted people were commenting that she reached up and grabbed her head as she held onto the podium, "and that was because I promised myself two things".

Tearing up, she said: 'It was scary. She said she tried to give herself a pep talk and point out that they only had 12 minutes left, and that she was wearing flat shoes and not high heels. She said she's "shocked" that she has no headache, no lump on her head and no aching in her body.

At the end, Wiliams thanked all her fans and colleagues for their love and support. "No, that was a not a joke", she said, according to People. I am overheated in my costume. "I'm a 53-year-old middle-aged woman going through what middle-aged women go through, if you know what I mean".

Paramedics treated her for dehydration by administering electrolytes.

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