Outspoken talk show host Wendy Williams is officially on the market again, looking for her next love interest. According to TMZ, Williams is actually taking interviews for her next potential partner and even has specific criteria the candidates must meet in order to be considered. Especially important to Wendy, her future mate will need to have his life together and be able to help treat her to the luxurious life she's used to living.
Williams, who is a millionaire, doesn't require that her future partner share her same level of wealth. However, that person needs to at least be able to keep up with her kind of life and provide her with nice meals and other such things to which she has become accustomed.
According to inside sources, Williams old her friends that even though she's 55-years-old now, she's not closed off with regard to finding love again. The way she sees it, she's still got her looks and her figure so there's no reason for her to settle by being alone.
It isn't especially surprising that Williams is holding her romantic standards so high. After all, the end of her more than decade long marriage to ex-husband Kevin Hunter was brought about by his infidelity. The last straw for Williams was when he welcomed a child with another woman.
She filed for divorce in April 2019.As The Inquisitr previously reported, Williams' divorce from Hunter finally became official this past week after months of legal battling. She recently sat down with Jimmy Fallon to discuss her feelings about ever getting married again, making it clear that she is open to the idea if she finds the right person. However, a prenuptial agreement would be a must for her.
"One paragraph, maybe two sentences: What's yours is yours, what's mine is mine. I don't wanna live with you. You have your place, I have mine. This is a new thing," she told Fallon.
While she emphasized that she's not "desperate for a man", she does see herself as a wife and not a girlfriend at this point in her life. At one point, she showed Fallon her now ringless finger.
"She's lonely," she said, to which the audience laughed.
She also seemed to take a dig at Hunter when discussing her future partner's financial status.
"As long as he can pay his own bills, because those days are over," she quipped.