WENDY WILLIAMS “WON’T BE RETURNING” TO HER SHOW THIS SEASON: A source told People that Wendy Williams will remain absent from The Wendy Williams Show for the rest of this season. “Wendy won’t be returning to the show for the rest of this season. Her healing is going slower than everyone had hoped. She continues to deal with a number of medical issues, including Graves’ disease, and she and her team are taking it one day at a time.” The source continued, “But reports of a stroke, drugs or addiction issues or a dementia diagnosis are all false. Whether Wendy can return in the fall will depend on how her healing goes over the summer. Her health is the most important thing.”
HEATHER MCDONALD SHARES VIDEO OF HERSELF FAINTING ONSTAGE: Comedian Heather McDonald shared footage of the fall she took over the weekend in Tempe, Arizona, which left her with a fractured skull, on her Juicy Scoop podcast Tuesday (February 8th). In a hard-to-watch video, McDonald can be seen finishing a joke and then collapsing to the floor. TMZ reports that she is still unsure as to why she fainted, though she didn’t eat before her set and only drank some water and half of a Red Bull. Her cat scan and other tests came back normal.
ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY AND JASON STATHAM WELCOME BABY NUMBER TWO: Page Six reports that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley posted to Instagram Tuesday (February 8th), announcing the birth of her second child with Jason Statham. “Isabella James Statham 2.2.22,” the model wrote, along with an angel emoji. Huntington-Whiteley and Statham have been together since 2010, and they got engaged in 2016. The couple has not yet gotten married.
JENNA JAMESON SAYS SHE’LL BE LEAVING THE HOSPITAL SOON: According to People, Jenna Jameson posted to her Instagram story on Monday (February 7th), updating fans on the status of her health. “Hey you guys. So I am still in the hospital, but I’m doing okay and I’ll be out soon,” she said, blowing kisses to the camera. Jameson has been in the hospital for more than a month after she lost the ability to walk. She was previously misdiagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome. “I just wanted to let you know that I see all your DM’s and I appreciate it so much. We’re just working towards getting better,” she said.