Wendy Williams is off the market.
On her eponymous talk show earlier this week, Wendy indicated that she has a new man. On Saturday morning, she revealed his identity on Instagram, posting a cuddled-up photo with jeweler William Selby.
On Friday night, paparazzi also spotted the talk show host on a date in New York City with William.
According to Page Six, Will, who's known as "Big Will," is one of the most in-demand jewelers in the Big Apple and has created pieces for Drake, 50 Cent and ASAP Ferg.
Wendy and Will recently attended the Spotify x Cash Money premiere of the new mini-documentary "New Cash Order" together, but at the time, everyone thought they were just friends.
According to Will's Instagram, the duo hung out together during the Super Bowl and on Valentine's Day.
Although Wendy called Will her "friend" in early February, her fans have realized there's a romance brewing, something Wendy has all but confirmed.
The relationship comes just after Wendy finalized her divorce from Kevin Hunter. It also comes amid several controversies surrounding the former radio star.
On Feb. 17, she made a joke about the murder of Dr. Amie Harwick, who was previously engaged to "The Price Is Right" host Drew Carey. While discussing the death, Wendy said, "come on down," a clear reference to the game show's signature phrase. The joke was not received well considering Amie died of a fall from a third-floor balcony.
Last week, Wendy also apologized after telling gay men to "stop wearing our skirts and heels."
"I'm 55 years old and maybe I sounded like your auntie, your mother, your big sister or somebody out of touch," Wendy said in an apology video. "I'm not out of touch except for perhaps yesterday by saying what I said. I deeply apologize and I deeply appreciate the support that I get from the community. I will do better."
Amid the controversies, the longest-running Wendy fan page said it was going on hiatus.
"We love you Wendy, but we will be taking a break from this page," read a Feb 18 post.