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Marc Anthony on Jennifer's Boyfriend Casper: We're Good Friends | Casper Smart, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony

Marc Anthony: I'm Good Friends with Jennifer Lopez's Boyfriend Casper Smart

Originally posted 02/18/2014 12:30PM

There's no bad blood between Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez – or Casper Smart for that matter. In fact, Anthony says he and Lopez's boyfriend of two years are pals.

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Wendy Williams Donates Some of Her Bling to the Smithsonian | Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams's Smithsonian Stash: Talk-Show Host Donates Some of Her Bling

Originally posted 02/07/2014 11:30AM

The glittery pink microphone. The light-up "diva fan" with the signature catchphrase "How you doin'?" The purple Tadashi dress and Christian Louboutin heels from the show's first promo shoot.

Wendy Williams has some museum-grade bling. And now, the Smithsonian wants in on it.

The talk-show host, 49, gladly handed over some of her cherished possessions Friday during a special episode of The Wendy Williams Show – as a rep from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History arrived to cart some away for its pop-culture collection.

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Jon Gosselin Admits to Having a Vasectomy

Jon Gosselin Admits to Having a Vasectomy

Originally posted 01/14/2014 05:00PM

var brightcovevideoid = '3056753454001'; Jon Gosselin has decided that eight is enough!

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PHOTO: Hollywood's Hottest Bikini Snapshot is from ... Wendy Williams?!

PHOTO: Hollywood's Hottest Bikini Snapshot is from ... Wendy Williams?!

Originally posted 01/07/2014 12:45PM

The TV host shares a swimsuit snap on Instagram

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Wendy Williams: 175 Lbs. and 'Perfect the Way I Am' | Dr. Oz, Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams: 175 Lbs. and 'Perfect the Way I Am'

Originally posted 05/08/2013 01:30PM

Wendy Williams has lost about 20 pounds in the last year, but the talk show host says her accomplishment is about more than just looking good.

Williams says she has come to a place of self-acceptance – with food and her looks.

"It's not a big deal. It might not be right for everybody, but I am perfect the way I am right now," Williams, 48, told Dr. Mehmet Oz on The Dr. Oz Show. "I weigh 175 pounds. I am very accepting of my height and weight and where I am probably for the first time steadily in my life. I feel good."

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Wendy Williams Shows Off Her Favorite Room of Her House

Originally posted 10/15/2012 12:30PM



The color black puts Wendy Williams at ease.

The talk show host, 48, recently gave PEOPLE a tour of her home, specifically her favorite space – the showcase room where she made it clear: "I don't like white walls."

Explaining that everything to her starts with a dark wall, she says, "I think black is a neutral. It's not much, but it makes me happy."

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Wendy Williams 'Pleased' to Be Leaving Dancing | Wendy Williams

Dancing With the Stars

Wendy Williams 'Pleased' to Be Leaving Dancing with the Stars

Originally posted 04/06/2011 11:05AM

If any tears were shed by Wendy Williams following her elimination on Dancing with the Stars, they were likely ones of joy.

The talk show host, 46, says the six weeks she devoted to rehearsals and performances took its toll on her personal and professional life, and she can't wait for things to go back to normal.

"I don't feel like I deserved any of the scores that I got, but still I am ironically pleased to be going home," Williams told PEOPLE backstage Tuesday night, right after she was eliminated. "I have neglected personally [my] 10-year-old son, I have a 12-year marriage and I've got a talk show that demands my attention."

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Did Wendy Williams Survive Elimination on Dancing? | Wendy Williams

Dancing With the Stars

Wendy Williams Eliminated on Dancing with the Stars

Originally posted 04/05/2011 10:10PM

It was a tough night on Dancing with the Stars!

Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Kirstie Alley took a tumble on Monday's show, but they weren't the only ones who had trouble with their footwork.

Kendra Wilkinson almost fell down some smoky steps at the beginning of her sexy routine with Louis Van Amstel and Kym Johnson told PEOPLE she nearly took a spill while dancing the samba with Hines Ward.

Despite all that, talk show host Wendy Williams earned the night's lowest scores – just 15 points out of 30 – for her stiff fox trot with Tony Dovolani. Judge Len Goodman said they performed "a dance more suited to the radio."

Was that the end of the road for Williams and Dovolani? Keep reading to find out what happened on Tuesday night's results show ...

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Dancing With the Stars

Kendra Wilkinson, Wendy Williams Discuss Dancing's Close Calls and Low Scores

Originally posted 04/05/2011 11:55AM



Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy weren't the only ones to have a misstep on Monday night's Dancing with the Stars.

Though the pair's tumble to the floor was the most obvious – and caused a collective gasp in the ballroom – other contestants admitted to having had trouble with their footwork too.

"We nearly had a fall," pro Kym Johnson, whose samba with Hines Ward earned them one of the night's best scores, told PEOPLE after the show. "I don't know what was going on on the dance floor."

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Who Should Be the First to Go on Dancing?

Dancing With the Stars

Who Should Be the First to Go on Dancing?

Originally posted 03/29/2011 01:15PM

The first Dancing with the Stars elimination of this season is almost here – and one couple will have to quickstep their way off the stage for good.

But who deserves to get the boot?

There are three notable celebrity laggards in jeopardy, two of whom faced some choice words from the judges on Monday.



Mike Catherwood, with 30 points out of 60 for the past two weeks, was told his performance was "a bit rough," while Sugar Ray Leonard, with 34 points, was told his jive "lacked refinement."

As for Wendy Williams, while she showed some improvement this week, she's still stuck near the bottom with just 31 points.

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