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VIDEO: Wendy Williams on Turning 50: 'I Feel Fabulous!'

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Popular talk show host Wendy Williams stopped by this morning's TODAY to talk about her show and her upcoming romance novel 'Hold Me in Contempt.' The host also has a positive attitude about her upcoming 50th birthday. "I feel fabulous!" she shared. Watch the appearance below!

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VIDEO: Wendy Williams on Turning 50: 'I Feel Fabulous!'


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