Wendy Williams Breaks Down in Trailer for New Lifetime Documentary: “I Have No Money”
Wendy Williams Lifetime Documentary Trailer Released
In a new trailer for the upcoming Lifetime documentary Where is Wendy Williams?, the former talk show host gets candid about her struggles with alcohol abuse and the financial challenges she faces under a court-appointed guardianship following the end of her daytime talk show, The Wendy Williams Show.
Wendy Williams Talks About Financial Hardships
In the emotionally charged trailer, Wendy is visibly distressed as she discusses the financial strain resulting from her guardianship. “I have no Money,” she declares, providing a glimpse into the personal turmoil that has surrounded her life since the end of her Talk Show.
Wendy Williams’ Family Supports Her
The documentary also has interviews from her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., her sister, Wanda Williams, and other family members as they rally to support Wendy. Wanda empathizes with her sister’s struggles, stating, “We all make choices in life. We all go through our challenges. She’s still a person.”
Wendy Williams Criticizes Court-Appointed Guardian
Meanwhile, Kevin criticizes the court-appointed guardian, asserting that they haven’t effectively protected the former Talk Show host. Wanda echoes this sentiment, calling the system “broken.”
Wendy Williams Documentary Air Date
Where is Wendy Williams?, a four-and-a-half-hour, two-night documentary event, will premier Saturday, Feb. 24 and Feb. 25 at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime.