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Wendy Williams 'hasn't been talking to anybody' at show as she continues hiatus for health issues

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Wendy Williams has allegedly cut off all direct contact with staffers on her talk-show as her months-long hiatus continues.The 57-year-old has been off the show because of health issues that are reportedly connected to her longtime struggle with the autoimmune disorder Graves' disease.'She hasn't been talking to anybody, not producers, not senior producers- no one,' an insider claimed to The Sun. 'She has disappeared and the only line of contact production has is through her manager.' Rumors:Wendy Williams has allegedly cut off all direct contact with staffers on her talk-show as her months-long hiatus continuesThe source added: 'Her manager is an ex-cop, so they like him because he can be a police man for her,' but alleged: 'He really has no control over her anyway.' According to the insider: 'She's isolated herself from everyone and isn't talking to anybody connected to the show.'She has not appeared on the entire 13th season of The Wendy Williams Show, which began in October following delays after she got COVID-19.Wendy also took a hiatus in May 2020 citing her Graves' disease but returned to the program that September.

Pictured last June:The 57-year-old has been off the show because of health issues that are reportedly connected to her longtime struggle with the autoimmune disorder Graves' diseaseIn October 2020 DJ Boof, who had worked on the show until not long before, posted an ominous comment about her on Instagram.'Y’all have no idea what’s really going on and everyone there is afraid to speak up because they don’t wanna lose their jobs..

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