After 13 years, The Wendy Williams Show ended last month, and now fans are in shock at a sort of second ending. It looks that YouTube has removed the show’s whole presence. The Wendy Williams Show’s YouTube page appears to have vanished, as a search for videos on the website turns up no official clips from the program, as Variety first reported on Monday.
The websites for the show appear to have likewise been disabled. Fans have taken notice since it might mean that all of the films, videos, and moments from the past 13 years are completely unavailable and unreachable.
“The Wendy Williams Show YouTube channel being deleted on the 4th of July is almost fitting. It’s the last straw of the current downfall of America,” one user tweeted. “I’m in shambles.”
Fans were quick to express their fury, with emotions ranging from rage to despair to bewilderment.
They deleted Wendy Williams YouTube channel. pic.twitter.com/CjLwsTRGBe
— Mr. Pop (@MrPopOfficial) July 5, 2022
the wendy williams show’s youtube page has been deleted https://t.co/WgGTHDlSpB
— 💘 (@DISC0D0WN) July 4, 2022
‘The Wendy Williams Show’ YouTube channel has been completely deleted, following the show’s cancellation. pic.twitter.com/OCgtd7aOzh
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) July 4, 2022
They have erased Wendy Williams from YouTube pic.twitter.com/iU3n3tYrDm
— عمر (@DarkSkinnedPrue) July 4, 2022
Although some exaggerated responses were expected, very few people praised the decision, and Sherri Shephard, whose own daytime talk program, Sherri, is scheduled to premiere in September, received a lot of criticism or suspicion.
The 57-year-old media star “is OK with everything that has happened with the show up until this point,” a source said to ET late last month.