While Howard has a hard time juggling this radio show and his judging duties on America's Got Talent, talk show host Wendy Williams seems to have no problem juggling all of show business. She hosts her popular talk show ,The Wendy Williams Show, she's written a book called Ask Wendy, she's about to start a reality show, she does an after-show to her talk show on YouTube, she has a new wig line, and she's about to start a stint in the Broadway musical Chicago.
The best part of having Wendy on the show is that she doesn't hold her opinions back, and Howard loves people who don't hold back. So he ran down a list of Wendy's feuds, and she freely offered her comments:
Lisa Lampanelli – When comedian Lisa Lampanelli tweeted a photo of her and her "nigga" Lena Dunham, Wendy took to her airwaves to set Lisa straight because, one day, Lisa would use that word in front of the wrong person... and then get slapped in "her pretty white face."
She stands by everything she said.
Adam Carolla – Wendy couldn't remember what Adam actually did, but after he appeared on her show, she went on a rant about how he disrespected her audience. She claimed it was a misunderstanding, and that she sent him flowers and champagne to apologize.
Chelsea Handler – Chelsea Handler had questioned comedy icon Joan Rivers' relevance on an appearance on the Stern Show in 2012, and Joan fired back by calling Handler a drunk and implying she slept her way to the top.
Wendy sided firmly with Joan, saying you can't disrespect the legends (which is why she respects Howard).
And the rest- Wendy also finds Beyonce difficult to listen to, because Wendy doesn't feel she speaks like an educated person; Jessica Biel is "boring," and Wendy doesn't think her marriage to Justin Timberlake will last; Wendy thinks Kanye West will leave Kim Kardashian "thirty seconds after the baby is born."
Perhaps Wendy's biggest feud of all: Wendy vs. uncircumcised penises. She once blew a guy in college who had "a turtleneck," and found it so vile that she vowed to never touch one again, no matter how great the guy is.