Wendy Williams says she is keen to get back to her 10-year-old son and husband after being eliminated from Dancing With The Stars, reports People Magazine. The 46-year-old talk show host finally exited the show last night after finding herself at the bottom of the leader-board.
Wendy Williams has dedicated six weeks to rehearsals and performances, which she says has taken its toll on her personal and professional life. Speaking immediately after Tuesday's elimination show, Williams said, "I don't feel like I deserved any of the scores that I got, but still I am ironically pleased to be going home. I have neglected personally my 10-year-old son, I have a 12-year marriage and I've got a talk show that demands my attention". Her partner Tony Dovolani is one of the best loved professional dancers on the reality show and Williams says there are several things that she'll miss about the 37-year-old, remarking, "As a woman of a particular age, it's going to help me as I approach osteoporosis. This was a fun experience, but I think it's time for me to go home".
Wendy Williams will now return to hosting her own syndicated talk show 'The Wendy Williams Show'. She has gained notoriety for her on-air spats with celebrities.