Wendy Williams is simplifying her life.
The former daytime talk show host is reportedly selling off all of her personal belongings from her New York City penthouse condo. Although Wendy's rep chalked the sale up to nothing more than a spring cleaning, a source says the ex TV star is eyeing a move to the west coast.
"She was asking how to sell her stuff with 'The Real Real,' but I don't think she's actually moving to Los Angeles," an insider told Page Six. "She seems so unwell."
The Sun reported that nearly everything from Wendy's apartment is available, including the 58-year-old's iconic purple chair, which was a major piece of her "Hot Topics" segment on "The Wendy Williams Show."
Wendy's rep, though, is taking a nothing-to-see-here approach.
"Wendy is getting rid of items for spring cleaning, this is what people do this time of year," the rep told Page Six. "It's a new chapter for Wendy and she wants new things. This is a common gesture people do and Wendy is no different"
Wendy last appeared on her eponymous TV show in July 2021. She then contracted COVID, which complicated her Graves' disease and thyroid condition. She also said she was battling lymphedema. In addition, Page Six reported in September 2022 that Wendy, who's struggled with alcoholism, had checked into rehab. Two months later, she said she was "just happy to be here."
The former daytime TV host has repeatedly said she's done with TV, but plans to launch a podcast and a possible reality TV show. In late February, Wendy was spotted out with friends at dinner in the Big Apple.
"She had a huge crew that basically turned Fresco by Scotto into a movie set … approximately 30 people in the crew. Lights, cameras, audio, producers, etc. [It] looked like a reality show," a source told the New York Post's gossip page. "One of the 'scenes' was Wendy having dinner with a friend. Wendy came into the dining room with her big personality waving at all the guests, like they were extras in her movie."