Barry Manilow to Visit THE WENDY WILLIAMS SHOW, 10/30
Debmar-Mercury's THE Wendy Williams SHOW is celebrating its highest-rated month ever with peaks in key demos and isn't stopping there. A slew of fun and off-the-wall segments to commemorate the election year in Wendy's always-colorful "How You Doin'" style is slated for the coming month. Don't miss the October 30th show when music legend Bary Manilow will make his 'Wendy Williams' debut!
October 25th kicks off the festivities with "Wendy's Political Party" as the set transforms into a red, white and blue bash that will be unlike anything from the conventions. Political commentator Rachel Maddow also stops by to help break down the upcoming election. Visit www.WendyShow.com/vote-wendy to view Wendy's PSA and make your vote count.
The excitement continues the following week with jaw-dropping surprise stunts during "Wow Wendy Week." "Cloud Atlas" star and Academy Award-winning actress Halle Berry (October 29) and music legend Barry Manilow (October 30) make their debut on "The Wendy Williams Show." And in celebration of the show's fourth annual Halloween spectacular, Wendy will honor the leading lady from the iconic '70's hit TV show "I Dream Of Jeannie" by dressing up in the figure-hugging classic and colorful two-piece costume. Fellow daytime talk show talent Ricki Lake joins in the fun and promises to surprise viewers with her stand-out costume as well.
Urging viewers to hit the polls and make their voices heard, Wendy is turning over the power to the people during the "Viewers Vote Live" segment during election week (week of November 5th). Votes will be gathered from the live studio audience and from online fans at www.WendyShow.com/vote-wendy to determine everything from which wig Wendy rocks, to what celebrities will do in their second segment of the show. America will decide if Wendy's celebrity guests should dance, sing karaoke, take a cream pie in the face, etc.
Moving into the week of November 12th, Wendy will host the show's first-ever singing competition. Two singers will compete each day. The finalists will battle it out at the end of the week and one winner will be awarded a surprise. Votes can be cast on www.WendyShow.com/vote-wendy
Once again, placing all the power in the hands of the fans, "Wendy Would You Week" the week of November 19th will give the viewers and audience members a chance to sound off on what stunt they would like to see their daytime darling do – whether it's babysit a viewer's kids, prank call a celebrity, or fly in Peter Pan-style over her studio audience - the sky is no limit for this show's daring host.
October 24 - "Guys With Kids" Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler
October 25 - MSNBC's Rachel Maddow & 2 Chainz Musical Performance
October 26 - Music Superstar Melissa Etheridge
October 29 - Academy Award-winning Actress Halle Berry
October 30 - Music Legend Barry Manilow Performs
October 31 - Talk Show Host Ricki Lake Dresses Up For Halloween
November 1 - "Private Practice" Star Kate Walsh
November 2 - TV Actress Jennie Garth
November 9 - "The Chew's" Carla Hall
November 14 - Actress Debi Mazar & "The Cooking Channel's" Gabriele Corcos
November 16 - Supermodel Tyra Banks Makes A Big Announcement
November 19 - Actress & Singer Keyshia Cole Performs
For listings and more information on "The Wendy Williams Show," visit
"The Wendy Williams Show" is taped live in New York and features Williams' distinctive and entertaining personality, as well as a diverse mix of celebrity guests from television, film, music and sports. Popular segments include "Ask Wendy," during which she offers real advice to audience members looking for solutions to problems, and "Hot Topics," where she delivers her own authentic take on the juiciest headlines. "The Wendy Williams Show" is produced and distributed by Debmar-Mercury.
Debmar-Mercury, a leading media company specializing in syndication, network, cable and ancillary markets, produces and distributes for daytime television The Wendy Williams Show, distributes The Jeremy Kyle Show and has U.S. distribution rights to FremantleMedia North America's Family Feud; distributes Tyler Perry sitcoms House of Payne and spinoff Meet the Browns, Lionsgate Television/Revolution Studios/Evolution Management's Anger Management (which stars Charlie Sheen and enters off-network syndication in September 2014) and Revolution/CubeVision's Are We There Yet? (starring Ice Cube); and has U.S. TV distribution rights to South Park, Hell's Kitchen and a movie library featuring titles from Revolution Studios. Debmar-Mercury is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), the leading next-generation studio.
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