Wendy Williams Admits To Being A Peeping Tom

September 16, 2020 / Posted by:

Wendy Williams sat down for a video chat interview with Seth Meyers for Late Night and talked all about the upcoming new season of The Wendy Williams Show which starts on Monday. Wendy has made it clear that she hated doing her show from her apartment. So she’s excited to be back in the studio, which might be good news for her neighbor since she’ll have less time to peep at his naked body. Yup, Wendy Williams is a Peeping Tom, so if you live across from her, she may have said, “How you doin?“, to your naked parts.

Wendy explained that she hated the at home shows because it was “personal” for people “to see my area” and said that people “criticized” and “couldn’t understand my groove.” So they canned the shows and just prepped for the new season, which is finally here and like most shows these days, will be audience-free. And having an audience isn’t a big deal to Wendy.

“I come from radio and radio you only have a microphone and you in a booth… But I’m still only used to talking to me in my head… So it’s not a big deal not to have an audience.”

She said that she and the staff of The Wendy Williams Show are on “total lockdown” and get three different tests each day.

Seth also asked Wendy about a rumor that she’s peeping on neighbors through her NYC apartment window with binoculars. Wendy admitted that she’s absolutely creeping on people, and she has a “head to ankle” view of her neighbor showering.

“Well, there is an apartment building across and the man takes showers and the shower is right there at the window. And I watch… I peep and I tom.”

Seth told Wendy that it’s “borderline criminal.” Unlike Wendy’s bangs, which are full-on criminal. So until Wendy Williams gets dragged into a jail cell for eye-fucking her naked and wet neighbor without him knowing (she won’t), the people of New York should get curtains unless they want to be in Wendy’s spank bank.

Here’s Wendy’s social-distanced interview which lags harder than Call of Duty on a dial-up connection:

Pic: YouTube

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