Live from New York City, it’s the Wendy Williams Show. ♪ Oh, yeah ♪ (upbeat music and audience cheering) ♪ Feel it, feel it, feel it ♪ ♪ Let’s go ♪ ♪ Come on, you need it ♪ ♪ How you doin’ ♪ How you doin’? Now, here’s Wendy! (audience cheering) (Wendy laughing) (audience cheering) ♪ How you doin’ ♪ Thank you. (audience cheering) Happy Wednesday with Wendy. Thank you for watching. Taylor, my co-host, my studio audience. (audience cheering) How you doin’? How you doin’? Okay, let’s get started. It’s time for. Hot topics. You know it. (upbeat music and audience cheering) Thank you. Thank you. (audience cheering) Thank you. Okay, okay, okay. Everyone, relax. (audience laughing) Who here is married? Clap, clap. Clap if you’re married. (audience applauding) Okay. Clap if you’ve ever had a guest upstage you at your own wedding. Clap. (audience laughing) Oh, no. Kylie Jenner is being called out for upstaging Hailey Bieber at the wedding. (audience gasping)
Now, you know, Justin and Hailey, they got married twice, once in the court, and then once in a big pomp and circumstance in front of their friends. So, Kylie was one of the people invited and she wore a (audience gasping) Okay. I would wear that dress in 32 seconds, if I could (audience laughing and chattering) She looks beautiful. (audience applauding) Beautiful. (audience applauding) And so, fans are thinking Kylie’s dress is too sexy and inappropriate to be a guest at a wedding. Yes. (Wendy squawking) Excuse me? If you’re inviting a Kardashian Jenner to anything that you have, you’ve got to understand how they are coming through. Okay? (audience applauding) Alls I’m saying is, “hell yeah, she upstaged the bride.” (audience laughing) But you invited Kylie, and Kylie’s a part of a brand that sexification of the situation is always there.
(audience laughing) Kylie, you look gorge. Hailey, get over it. You’re still beautiful in your own right. As a matter of fact, you knew you were inviting Kylie. Oh, and hold on now. Now, see. Right here, Hailey wins to me. Right? Fluffy lips and a top knot thing, like a Charro thing. Well, Kendall had an appropriate dress, but more important than Kendall, move out of the way. Who’s that behind? (audience laughing and applauding) Who is that? (audience applauding) Okay, I don’t know who he is, but don’t you wanna know? Yes! But Kendall, you look great, as well. Where’d you get all that hip? Is that a hip bone plate? (audience laughing) Is that a Spanx with a pad? Where’d all that come from? How do you get that? Do you get fat removed from your waist and added to your hip? I don’t know. Alls I know is that both girls, to me, if you’re gonna invite particular people that you already know in real life to your ceremony, then you must, I’m just saying, that you will be upstaged. (audience applauding) Just saying. (audience applauding) I don’t really think it’s a big deal, seeing as both girls have no boyfriends, but Hailey’s the one getting married to the Bieber. (audience laughing) So, she’s the one who’s got the money and she’s the one who’s got the love. Anyway, okay. Our fall movie preview is coming up and one of the movies that we’re talking about is Judy. Now. (audience applauding) Now. (audience applauding) This movie, just like Jennifer Lopez Hustler, I have not seen either one and I am gagging and waiting for the proper escort, somebody who will perfectly love both. Yep. (laughing)
With no complaint. Right. Okay. When he answers his phone. (laughing) The movie Judy is about Judy Garland. We know her over the river and through the woods. No, wait. No, wait. I’m sorry.
(audience laughing) To see the wizard. We’re off to see the wizard.
Follow the yellow brick road. Follow the yellow brick road. Right, right. All right. So, the movie’s about her drug addiction and her meanness to her daughters and her confused life. Judy’s daughters, Liza Minnelli and Lorna Luft, don’t approve of this movie. (audience gasping) Which is all the more reason that we have to see it. (audience applauding) Just saying. They say that they don’t wanna see their mom’s reputation and image tarnished, but I feel like all I’ve heard about Judy Garland all through my life, I’ve been reading about Judy Garland since my mother smoked Merit cigarettes back in the ’70s, and she would send me into the store and I’d buy her Merits and she’d give me the change and I’d buy the Enquirer, the Star, I’d buy the tabloids. I’d been deep in hot topics since I was this high, okay?
(audience applauding) And I recall reading stories about Judy Garland, but none of them were great. They were all really tragic, pills and booze and men and ill behavior. That’s what I wanna see in this movie. (laughing) (audience applauding) But on the other hand, if you’re a daughter, you don’t wanna see your mom portrayed like that. Do you know what I mean? You wanna have control over how your mom’s portrayed, but your mom’s story, girls, Lorna and Liza, you alls mom’s story has been out here for so long that it’s the only thing that a girl like me thinks about when I think about your mom. I think of the Wizard of Oz and I think of the pills and the booze. (laughing) Suzanne? Same thing. I remember being a little girl, watching the Wizard of Oz, and my mom would just sit there and say, “oh, poor Judy. “Her life was so tragic.” So, all I knew was that she was in the Wizard of Oz and that her life ended tragically. You know, she was only 47 years old when she passed away. That’s young, okay. Lorna and Liza, you can ignore this movie, just let it go by, give it two months and it’ll be on Netflix and nobody will care after that. (audience applauding)
You know? And I hate to say that I’m here for this movie, but I’m here for this movie. (audience laughing and applauding) Judy is now in theaters. All right, let’s move on to another tragic situation. (audience gasping) (audience laughing) (laughing) R. Kelly. (audience gasping) Is upset that both of his girlfriends can’t visit him in jail. (audience laughing) Now, look. Look. Now, his lawyer is asking the court for permission to let him out on bail. His lawyer won’t. They feel. Well, his lawyer feels as though he’s not a flight risk. Now personally speaking, I feel as though Bill Cosby is not a flight risk. He’s old, he’s not going anywhere. You know what I mean? But R. Kelly? (audience gasping) Look, he will step in the name of flight. (audience laughing and applauding) Okay? (audience applauding) They’re saying though that Robert, he’s behind bars, and he’s miserable because only one of his girlfriends can visit him at a time. Now, come on now. Look. We talked threesome here on the show. Now, what’s he trying to situate? First of all, how you doin’, everybody locked up? How you doin’? Here’s my thought with you all though. When you’re locked up, whether it’s for one week or for a whole lifetime, you shouldn’t have wifi, you shouldn’t have conjugal visits, you shouldn’t have the good hot sauce. (audience laughing) Honestly, it should be bread and butter and water, and not even butter, margarine. (audience applauding) ‘Cause you did something bad, and I don’t know about you, but for me, I know people who have been in jail, but you serve your time, then you come out, and you do better to be better, and the idea of having even a conjugal visit is ridiculous to me. These two girls, I don’t know whether they’re hypnotized or what. The idea that he’s complaining ’cause only one of them. Okay, here’s the deal. Every 90 days, he can switch up his list. Okay? Marco, Marco, Marco. Marco. Marco. Marco. In 90 days, he can switch to the other girl. Marco? Yes, Wendy. How do you feel about this? You’re single. Well, I mean. Yeah, no. You can’t have two women visiting you when you’re in jail. You can’t have one woman, Marco. Have you ever been locked up? If I was locked up? Have you ever been locked up? I did. (audience laughing) No. Marco, I’ve done a three hour bid. (audience laughing) Okay. Well, three hours is a lot different than someone who’s been there.
And I still made it on my shift on time to the radio at WVLS. But that’s you, okay.
(audience applauding) Go.
Okay? Yeah. (audience applauding) But then, what is he gonna do to get his rocks off? Nevermind, Marco. Put that down. (audience laughing) Put the mic down and grab some lotion and figure it out. (audience laughing)
Look. These two girls will never snap out of it. I’m not sure. But the two girls, they really do need their families around them right now. This one right here has got a Hermes. Okay, she’s not going anywhere. She is loyal to Robert because she’s carrying around the Hermes bag with the skin. Well, lawyers also say that Robert is sick. Well, wouldn’t you play sick in jail? Yeah. And he’s tired. Oh, oh, oh, please. Oh. And he has numb hands. (audience laughing) I’ve got numb feet. What does that mean? They also say he’s got anxiety. Well, who doesn’t? Clap if you have anxiety. (audience applauding) Oh, oh. And he’s got an untreated hernia. (audience false gasping) I don’t know what that is. I always thought a hernia was where your navel pops out. (audience laughing) And what’s that? From lifting stuff too heavy? Yes. Okay. No one cares. Let’s move on.
(audience laughing) (audience applauding) (Wendy giggling) Ready for this? Yeah. The hot felon, you know, blue eyes, yellow skin, hot felon, tattoos. Mmm. Well, he and his girlfriend have called it quits, as you know.
(audience awing) Look, I told you. Are you serious? His name is Jeremy, and she’s the Top Shop billionairess. Her dad owns Top Shop, so she’s got billions, and she’s real young, like 20, but he’s older, right? He had two children by his wife, and then the wife had, the older one, by another husband, so here they are, looking like a perfect family at Christmas until he ends up going to jail for something or another. When he gets out of jail, all right, the whole time while he’s in jail, she’s holding him down, the wife, holding him down, making his commissary palate, as Foxxy Brown would say. It ain’t no nnn, like the one I’ve got. (audience laughing) Know your hip hop, or switch channels. (audience laughing) So, anyway. So, he goes in jail, he comes out of jail, he leaves the wife on the curb, and the girls, and totally goes for the Top Shop girl. She falls for him heavy. Her mom and dad accept him heavily. We’ve talked about this through Hot Topics. They were yachting, like big, gigantic, like 100 foot yachts all through Europe, shopping and doing the whole thing. The mom and dad know exactly who he is and what he’s done, but they don’t mind, you see. You see? Okay, and then, and I’ve only said this as a joke through Hot Topics. Poke a hole in the condom and get pregnant, but that backfired on me, didn’t it? (audience laughing and gasping) Okay now. Alls I’m say, turn about’s a fair game. I’m a fair game player and a straight shooter, too. Pow pow.
(audience applauding) So, I’m telling him all along, Suzanne. I’m sorry, Suzanne. Oh, my god. Ooh! That was a lot. It was a lot, but I’m okay.
Why? No, it’s good. You’re living your truth. You say it like you mean it.
Straight shooter. Exactly. Good for you, Wendy. I’m proud of you. (audience applauding)
Alls I’m saying. She regrets that mess though. (laughing) Life is not what you think it is behind the scenes. Trust me. (audience cheering) Trust me. (audience applauding) Home girl is miserable. Like (grunting) (audience laughing) And any time I’ve over here, you know. Yeah. Uh huh.
(audience applauding) That’s what you get. Anyway. So, sorry, sorry, sorry. (audience laughing) Sorry. Sorry. So, anyway. So, look. But he poked a hole in the condom and he got her pregnant. The baby is not 15 months old. In other words, he’s got that money for years, right? As long as he does co-parenting and things like that. Chloe Green is her name, and she and he lived in a duplex, and she wants to sell it to escape the bad memories. Look how this felon gets out of jail. Would you look at this? Gorgeous.
(audience gasping) Are you serious with this? Right? So, he left her, and I told her this was gonna happen. I told you, Chloe, through the TV. He’s not staying with you. He’s gonna get you pregnant. I said this. I said this. He’s gonna get you pregnant, then you’ll be attached forever. He probably doesn’t even care about every other weekend visits. A lot of guys don’t, but they’ll do that for the purpose of getting that check, and being associated with. In the meantime, he’s now upped his queue. So now, any girl he gets with now is gonna be like a Hadid or something like that. And by the way, can I just mention this? He landed a 15 million dollar deal (audience gasping) to develop his own fashion line (audience gasping) with a German company. Wow. Now, this is the ultimate rags to riches story. I can’t clap for him, but in my mind I’m clapping for him, but something’s so wrong about it, ’cause I’m not clapping for my situation. Right, exactly. ‘Cause you know what I’m saying? You know what I’m saying? Yep.
(audience applauding) Oh, oh, oh. Excuse me. Do we have the picture of her new mister? Oh, yeah.
Okay. Show the picture of Chloe and her new man. Look at the new man. She is. No, no, no, no, no, no. No, you need to see the grill. Okay. (audience gasping) Suzanne. Yeah. She’s got a type. Excuse me, he looks at least 45 though. Yeah, he’s a lot older than the other guy.
Yeah, but. And I know he’s missing the tear drop by his eye. Yeah, no.
(audience laughing) No. We don’t mess. Juicy. Well, by the way, he’s a polo captain. Yeah. So, he’s swimming in her waters. (audience gasping) (audience applauding)
All right. So now, it’s time for Celebrity Fan Out. Hit it. (audience cheering) (upbeat music) God. (audience applauding)
I have no idea. I don’t know what just happened. Fan Out is normally its own segment. I have no idea why this just happened, but I’m going along to get along to get out of here. I’ve got a life to live. Okay, our first Celebrity Fan Out is from Carmica B, who watches the Wendy Show on WAGA in Estelle, Georgia, and Carmica writes, “hi, Wendy. “How you doin’?” How you doin’? I’m an Uber driver and guess who I picked up. Morris Chestnut. (audience cheering and applauding) Look. She says, “I was quite speechless “the whole 45 minute ride, “played it cool. “At the end, I had the courage “to tell him that he’s one of my favorite actors “of all time.” (audience applauding) Nice. I like Morris. Hey, Morris. Our next Celebrity Fan Out comes from Phyllis A, who watches the Wendy Show on WBFF. BFF. Aw! In Baltimore, Maryland.
(audience cheering) Yeah.
(audience applauding) So, Phyllis says, “hey, Wendy. “How you doin’?” How you doin’? I got to meet my other husband, in my head, Robin Thick. (audience applauding) I have actually met him a few times since, and every time he sees me, he calls me his number one fan. Oh, that’s sweet. I like him, too. Thank you, Phyllis.
(audience applauding) Suzanne, you’re an executive producer. Why did we just cut Hot Topics and go to Celebrity Fan Out all in the same segment?
Oh! Just a little change it up a little bit. Okay.
Yeah. All right. (audience laughing) All right. Well, the next Celebrity Fan Out comes from Michael O. who watches the Wendy Show on WJBK in Livonia, Michigan, and Michael writes, “hey, Wendy. “How you doin’?” How you doin’? (laughing) I got to meet my celebrity lookalike, Henry Winkler. What?
(audience gasping) (audience applauding)
Oh, my gosh. Yes, yes, yes! (audience applauding) He says, “I’ve always been told “that I resemble him, “so when I got to meet him, “he got a kick out of this.” I love Henry Winkler and you are a lookalike, Michael. Thank you. Thank you.
(audience applauding) This is our last one. (audience applauding) Our last celebrity lookalike comes from Frankie W. who watches the Wendy Show on WAJA in Union City, Georgia. Frankie writes, “hey, Wendy. “How you doin’?”
How you doin’? (giggling) I was at Wimbledon, seated next to Gladys Knight. (audience applauding and gasping) We talked about music, television shows, and she even put her head on my shoulder. I have met many celebrities in my life, but not as warm a her. Thank you. I love it.
(audience applauding) If you ever have a celebrity encounter, we love that. It’s called Celebrity Fan Out. Go to WendyShow.com. Up next, we’ve got more great show for everybody. We’re gonna break down the fall’s hottest movies, so grab a snack and. Hold it. You know it. (upbeat music and audience cheering) (upbeat music and audience cheering) Wait, wait, wait, wait. (laughing) Oh, my gosh. He called it Judy and Dolemite. Both of them. They’re so good, you guys. Okay, fall is officially here and here to break down the movies for the hot fall season is our old friend, Chris Witherspoon. How you doin’, Wendy? (audience applauding)
And his beautiful teeth. Yes. Happy fall, y’all. Happy fall. You look the part. Only for your show. I gotta bring the A game. Okay. Thank you, Chris.
(audience applauding) Okay. Chris, what’s first? Go. First up is Dolemite is My Name. You guys, this stars an incredible cast. We got Eddie Murphy, Keegan-Michael Key, Mike Epps, Wesley Snipes, T.I., Snoop Dogg, friend of the show, Tituss Bergess, and in this, Eddie Murphy,
Explain the premise. Okay, Eddie Murphy plays Rudy Ray Moore, who is this really iconic comedian, rap pioneer who brought to life this character, called Dolemite. 1975, black exploitation phenomenon, but basically, he bet on himself. I saw this as a little girl, but now, I wanna see it as a grown woman. Okay, he saw it as a kid, too. Eddie Murphy said it kinda changed his life, but he really bet on himself, Rudy Ray Moore, and self-financed this movie. It was kind of a movie about a movie getting made and believing in yourself, and of the industry kinda putting you to the side, but it’s really amazing because Eddie Murphy is back, you guys. This is sort of like this resurgence in his career we were always sorta waiting for. He just got this 70 million dollar Netflix deal. This is his first Netflix film. He’s doing SNL later this year, and then, Coming To America Part Two next year, as well.
(audience cheering) Don’t call it a comeback, but he’s here. So, Dolemite is My Name, it’s in select theaters on Friday, hits Netflix on October 25th. And it’s emotional. I cried.
What’s next? Up next, we have the movie, Judy, who I am so excited for. I saw this, you guys.
(audience cheering) It opened in theaters this past weekend, but it’s getting rave reviews, Oscar buzz for Renee Zellweger. She got a standing ovation at Toronto’s film festival this past month, but it’s really about the last year of Judy Garland’s life. So, it was 1968, she’s almost 47, and we recognize that she’s broke, she’s strung out on a lot of different drugs, get pills to get up in the morning, pills to go to bed at night, and drinking between. And treats her daughters how? And treats her daughters pretty well. You see both Lorna and Liza in the film. She’s trying to be a great mom, but she’s also struggling with the fact that the industry kinda has kicked her to the side and not paid her.
Is she a lover? Is she a lover? So, she’s going into her fifth marriage in this film. Oh.
So, we see that unfold, too. Fabulous.
But, I love the film. I think Renee Zellweger, who has been on a hiatus for a while, I was giving kinda side eye to the left and to the right when I saw she was gonna be in this film, ’cause how do you play Judy Garland, but she not only nails the role, but she sings her butt off. This is Renee Zellweger’s voice in the film. She has an album that came out for the movie. She does an incredible job. I think she deserves best actress, and Liza, ’cause I’m sure Liza’s watching, Liza, watch this movie. I promise you, it does your mama proud, okay? (audience cheering)
It’s phenomenal. It’s really good, and it covers it all. Judy is in theaters now. What’s next, Chris? Up next is Gemini Man. This is Will Smith starring alongside Will Smith. Get into this. Now, what’s this about? So, he plays this middle aged government assassin and he essentially has this clone character, a younger version of himself, named Junior, who comes to hunt him down and kill him. So, he wants to quit the game and retire, but the government says, “no, no way, “uh uh, forget it. “We’re gonna kill you, ’cause you know too much,” but essentially, this younger character comes and tries to track him down and knows all his moves, but the kinda sweet spot here is they’re using this CGI technology where Will Smith’s younger version is kind of a combination of his Independence Day features, and also Bad Boys. So, it’s the first time we’ve seen computer generated technology as a lead character, as a second lead character. So, Will’s 51, the younger version is 23. It’s the action film you wanna see this fall. (audience applauding)
Yeah. It sounds like a lot. It’s a lot, but I feel like, when you go and see it, the cool idea is the CGI effect, the special effects of it all. Okay.
Yes. Gemini Man hits theaters on October 11th. Chris, what’s next? Up next, we have A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. I can’t wait! I can’t wait!
Yes, yes. This one stars Tom Hanks as the one and only Mr. Rogers, and this is a really great film. It’s the feel good film of the fall for me because, in this movie, we see, we all watched the show. It ran from 1968 to 2001, 33 years, but we never really knew was Mr. Rogers really this nice? Was he that kind? Was he as good, as authentic as he came off across from the screen? And this writer for Esquire profiles him. He didn’t wanna do it. He didn’t even want to get the profile, but he profiles him, and ends out finding out that he is the American hero. Mr. Rogers is still alive. So, he passed away in 2003.
Years ago, I thought. Yeah, so this is five years before he died from stomach cancer.
Okay. But it’s a great film. Tom Hanks waited eight years to get all the rights an clearances to the estate, and his wife says that she approves Tom Hanks taking on this role. (audience applauding)
Well, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood hits theaters on November 22nd. What’s next? Okay, next up we have the film Queen and Slim. I’ve been waiting on this one for a really long time. It stars Daniel Kaluuya from Get Out, also a new up and coming actress who is amazing, Jodie Turner-Smith. In this film, we see a couple on their first date. They meet via Tinder, and what happens is they get pulled over by a white police officer and Slim ends up shooting and killing the police officer. They go on the run, sorta like Bonnie and Clyde or Thelma and Louise, but it’s a great film. Lena Waithe, it’s her screenwriting debut. So, props to Lena. Also, Melina Matsoukas. She’s done Formation for Beyonce, directed those music videos, Ciara, the late, great Whitney Houston. She’s having her directorial debut. So, definitely and essential film that I think folks are gonna see, and it’s so beautifully shot. It’s a gorgeous movie.
(audience applauding) All right.
You all right, Wendy? It’s called. Yeah, better. Queen. No, normally they have the cup here. I don’t know why.
I was looking for it. Head will roll.
I almost went and got it, y’all.
Heads will roll. (laughing) Queen and Slim hits theaters on November 27th. We have time for one more, Chris. Go! And your eyebrows. Go.
Okay. This one’s for the kids, and perfect, in time for Halloween. ♪ Da da da da ♪ The Addams Family. The Addams Family is finally. We’re seeing a 3D version of this film, but it really stars an all-star cast. We have Charlize Theron as Morticia, Oscar Isaacs as Gomez, Snoop Dogg’s in this one, as well, as Cousin It, and Bette Midler, legendary Bette Midler as Grandmama, and this time, the Addams family is moving to New Jersey, a place where they definitely do not fit in, but I think this film and this whole franchise has been around for a minute now. It really teaches kids to celebrate who they are, let their freak flag wave, if you will, and don’t try to assimilate.
(audience applauding) Just be yourself, and I love that we’ve had three films in the 90s and now.
And fun for the whole family. Fun for the whole family! I’m taking my kid.
The Addams Family hits theaters on October 11th. Thank you, Chris Witherspoon, everybody. Thank you, Wendy.
Up next, the hottest fall accessories. Don’t go far. (upbeat music and audience applauding) (upbeat music and audience cheering) That looks so Queen of Sheba. Oh, my gosh.
(audience cheering) Okay. Here we go again. The hottest accessories for fall. It’s Yahoo’s Chassie Post. Now, you know Chassie. He’s been here before. Oh. Chassie, let’s get it. Oh, I’m so excited. So, as you guys know, we’ve got these great fall outfits, but we’re gonna take it to the next level by adding the hottest accessories. Okay. Starting with faux fur, y’all. Now we’ve seen it everywhere, and if you wanna get in on a trend for $19, this faux fur scarf.
Perfect. (audience applauding)
So, look. Perfect. You can pull it through the little hole here. I love the hole. You know, I did this before I even knew this. I cut a hole in something years ago to make it like this, and now, they’re just doing it. So smart, Wendy.
This is Jenn. She’s one of our Wendy Watchers. Isn’t she gorgeous? And we love this.
(audience cheering) Yes. Go, Jenn. And so, this is from Amazon, and look out for lots of deep greens, guys. You’re gonna see it all over the place. Yeah. Now, next up, we’ve got a little bag. Hermes-like.
Two trends in one, right? So, the faux shearling. We’re gonna see lots of shearling out there, and then, the mini size, right? Love it.
That’s ladylike to go with her leather. Very much so.
(audience applauding) $32. And now, guys, let me just undo a little bit here. Okay.
(audience oohing) I mean, look at these boots. Okay. Okay, so snake. Fabulous. Everywhere. Slithering into our wardrobes. Are they expensive? Wendy, these boots are from Steve Madden. They’re $133, but I think they look like $1033.
Yeah, definitely. Right? Worth it. Yep, and they come in four different colors. So, this is the pink snake. It comes in blue snake, a white snake, and a black snake. Love it.
So, gorgeous, right? Yes. Yeah, so beautiful.
You look great, Jenn. Thank you. Okay. Let’s move on. This is Amanda. This is Amanda. I love this. She is doing her punk rock girl look, right? I love this top piece. Isn’t it really fun?
(audience applauding) Okay. So, guys. Wendy, I can’t wait to hear what you think about this, ’cause we love a mini bag.
I love it. This is the micro bag.
That’s where you put your hooch. (laughing) Right? When you go to a film festival. Right.
Or something. Yeah, you can’t fit much. And then, what I love about it is the cool girls are just wearing it around the neck, and Amanda is a cool girl. Definitely. Amanda, oh my gosh.
Right? (audience applauding) Isn’t that fun?
Oh, this is so good. This is really good.
And again, love the little pop of yellow. Now, your co-host, I see some hats out there. It is all about a great hat, and at Yahoo, we’re going nuts over this hat. I’m not a hat-y, I’m a wig-y. (laughing) Yeah. That looks good on you. And what I love about it is it’s a wide brim fedora, and so you put it on, it gives you this great ’70s vibe, right? Yeah. And it’s from Vici Collection. I can put it like that.
Oh, right? Great. That’s a three AM, hon. Mysterious. So, just $38 from Vici Collection, and so I just love it.
What is this cover, please? Now, this is from Avanti, and it is a maxi cardigan, which we’re seeing everywhere, and the plaid is such a big deal. Wait one more thing. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, the pin. The safety pins, right? So, safety pins. It’s all about ’80s punk. These are nine dollars, and lastly, look at these combat boots. Love.
(audience applauding) Pearls, chains, incredible. These are from Zara. Love ’em. So, wear those with a long dress or skirt or a little leather short, like Amanda. Okay, come on. Okay.
Thanks, Amanda. So, last but not least. Sasha, pose model, look the part. Look at Sasha, guys. I know.
(audience cheering) Fabulous, Sasha. I know. So, I’m seeing some great headbands out there, too, Wendy. Your co-hosts know what’s going on, right? Yeah, but I saw this, and I’m trying to figure out.
Oh, isn’t that amazing? So, we put that. So first, we started with our from Bloomingdale’s, a $30 headband. Amazing, right? And we love it with the bold and statement earrings, but this little guy. The handbag is the bee’s knees. Isn’t it gorgeous?
(audience applauding) All right, Chassie. We’ve gotta go. Everyone, we’ve gotta go. Thank you all, models. For more information on these looks, go to WendyShow.com. Ask Wendy is next. (upbeat music and audience cheering) (upbeat music and audience cheering) All right, we’re back. It’s time for Ask Wendy. Here we go. Everybody have a set, except for you. Come on over. Hi.
How you doin’? How you doin’? What’s your name, where you from, what do you do? So, I’m Megan from New Jersey, and I am a teacher. Okay. What grade?
(audience cheering) Third grade. We’re off today, don’t worry. Okay. So now, how can I help you Megan? So, here’s my problem. I’ve been married to my husband, Brian, he’s wonderful, for many years, and all of our friends are starting to have kids, I’m 36, and we feel a lot of judgment because we’re not planning to have kids, we’re enjoying our life, and it’s great, but they’re really busy and judgemental. How do I get them to get off my back? So, you don’t want kids ever. No, I teach enough of ’em.
Exactly. I was gonna say.
(audience laughing) The kids that you teach are enough for you. Yes. And Brian is on board with this? 100%. Well, then tell your friends mind their own business. Just state it hard and fast, we don’t want kids. Stop asking. All right, thank you.
Okay. All right. Good luck, Megan. Come on over. How you doin’? How you doin’, Wendy? What’s your name, where you from, what do you do? I’m Maya, I’m from Los Angeles, and I’m in sales and marketing. Okay, how can I help, Maya? Okay, so I’ve been single for over five years, living in Los Angeles.
How old are you? I’m 32, I’m 32. Oh, you knew I was gonna ask. So, I’m like, is it just the environment or what? I’m not really sure, but I’m thinking of maybe moving to New York to dip and do, like you do. (audience laughing)
New York? I love L.A., but there’s nothing like New York, New York. I feel you, and the guys out here have been really fine. So, the only problem is that I’ve seen about seven rats since I’ve been here. I have a phobia, I have a phobia, so the question is, is the grass greener on the other side, or should I just stick in L.A. You step over the rats and continue on with your day. (audience cheering) Okay? That’s what we all do. Okay. All right?
It’s a lot though. Welcome to New York.
Okay. Thank you.
All right, now. All right, we have time for one more. Come on over. How you doin’? How you doin’, Wendy? I’m Elaine. Okay.
I’m from New York. What do you do? I’m a full-time mom. Okay. They want you to turn to your fans. Okay. Okay Elaine, how can I help. Well, I have a family member who’s dating someone that we’re not too crazy about, and he’s kind of an opportunist. Who is the family member to you? It’s an aunt. It’s an aunt. Is it your first aunt, like your mother’s sister? Okay, so you’re her number one niece type thing. Okay.
Yes. He’s already blocked us on Facebook. What?
(audience oohing) Well, the holidays are coming up. Christmas is like 100 days away, or something like that. Well, Thanksgiving, they plan on being here. It’s even worse. Okay. So, what do I do? Do I just keep it quiet? Well, who’s having Thanksgiving? My other aunt, out on the island. The other sister. Okay. And your whole family, nobody likes him? Well, we’re not too crazy about him. Does your aunt know this? No. She might now. (audience laughing) Well, ’cause the thing is, I have a niece, and my niece, if I asked her, she would tell me, but if I didn’t, she wouldn’t. Have you talked to your aunt about this? Not this particular topic, no. Okay. Well, today is the first period of October. Yeah.
You’ve gotta talk to your aunt.
Okay. I’m gonna leave it up to you, okay. I love you.
One on one. No, look, look. Talk to your aunt and let her know that she’s invited, but nobody likes him, (audience laughing) and why don’t you like him? He’s too pushy. I don’t understand what that means. He’s too machismo, too macho man type. Well, I like a macho man. You gotta tell me more. (audience laughing) Well, he thinks that he knows it all and he has the answers to everything, and then she kinda pays for a lot of stuff. Oh, now we’re getting in to her pockets. I see what you’re saying. Talk to your aunt, okay? Yeah. I’m leaving that up to you. Represent your family, talk to him because Thanksgiving is right around the corner. (audience applauding)
Okay, thank you. We’ll be right back. (upbeat music) (upbeat music and audience cheering) All right. Everyone have a seat. It’s time for Star Flashback. This is Lynn, and what part of Jersey are you from? North Jersey, Morristown. I know Morristown.
Yeah, cool. Mmm hmm.
(audience laughing) The scene of the crime. Anyway, we’re going to show you a celebrity picture. Suzanne, I’m gonna kick you. (audience laughing) Look. I’m gonna show you a celebrity picture and you’ve got to guess who it is, okay? Okay. I guessed both. This is so easy. I’m scared.
Okay, first picture. Go. Come on, she stole the red carpet in green illusion mesh at the Emmy’s, the Oscars, whatever. Arianna Grande. (buzzer ringing)
No! Okay, she’s black. (audience laughing) No, she not. Yes, she is. Oh. Come on, now. Rihanna. No!
(buzzer ringing) Okay. She stars in a hit show called Eur-o-pia. Okay. Euphoria. (audience laughing) Euphoria. She was a Disney star. She was on my season of Dancing with the Stars. Oh, I don’t know! Someone help me. Don’t. Zendaya. (bell chiming) I said it. I said it right now. I got it.
(audience applauding) That’s ’cause you heard them tell you. All right, here’s the second one. Let’s see the picture.
I did. No. All right, I guessed this one right away. She still wears a ponytail. Arianna Grande. Yes, there you go.
(bell chiming) Lynn, here’s dinner for two at Fogo de Chao. We’ll be right back. Thank you!
(upbeat music) (audience cheering) (upbeat music and audience cheering) Okay, now. I know you’re watching. I appreciate that. But you’d love the show if you actually came to be a co-host, am I correct? (audience cheering) Big fun, the tickets are free. She’s from South Philly, and she’s from the Bronx. Yeah. The girls back there from Staten Island. Where you at? WendyShow.com. We’ll be right back. (upbeat music and audience cheering) ♪ How you doin’ ♪
(audience cheering) Keep that going. Right? All right, I wanna thank my guests today, my co-hosts, my studio audience. Paula. Blocking your face. No, that’s her. Oh, she was trying to shade you. Yeah. Look, Paula Abdul tomorrow, juicy Hot Topics, of course. I love you for watching today, and I’ll see you both, and you, next time on Wendy. Bye bye. (upbeat music and audience cheering) ♪ How you doin’ ♪ (upbeat music and audience cheering) How you doin’? Nice. (dramatic music)