Wendy Williams is feeling a lot better after her frightening fainting episode live on TV this week, and even gave a detailed explanation about what happened on her talk show yesterday. There's nothing seriously wrong with her however, and she's determined not to let it happen again. Wendy Williams lights up the Empire State Building. The year-old host collapsed on Tuesday October 31st after over-heating in her Statue of Liberty costume towards the end of a live Halloween special of her show. She reveals that she started to feel 'weird' during the commercial break, but soldiered on for the remainder of the show anyway. Live television is never without its risks, but Wendy Williams had no idea just how disastrous her live talk show would be when she appeared for a Halloween special before dramatically passing out on stage less than an hour after her broadcast began. Thankfully, she came round minutes later to continue. Wendy Williams lights up the Empire State building.
Lying weakly on a hospital bed, there was scarcely even time for her beloved husband John to say goodbye. TV favourite Wendy — who had twice beaten breast cancer — died three weeks ago as he clung to her hand. She was only There had been no warning. In fact, just days before, doctors had told them her tumours were shrinking. Then I nipped out to take the dog for a walk. But when I got back the nurse told me to wait before seeing her again.
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Natalie Cassidy squeezed into a strapless, short minidress as she joined the stars honouring her mentor Wendy Richard. The actress led the crowd of actors and actresses who turned out to unveil a plaque in memory of the EastEnders matriach, who died in February after a long-running battle with cancer. Natalie, whose own mother died seven years ago, has admitted being 'on the brink' of a breakdown following Richard's death.
Until the onscreen death of her EastEnders character in December , she was one of only two original cast members of that programme to appear continuously from the first episode in , along with Adam Woodyatt , who played her on-screen nephew Ian Beale. She died on 26 February at the Harley Street clinic where she was being treated for breast cancer. Richard, an only child, was born in Middlesbrough in Emerton and Cutter married in Paddington in While Richard was a baby, her family moved to Bournemouth.