Wednesday, November 6


Live from New York City, it’s the “Wendy Williams Show”. ♪ Oh, yeah ♪ ♪ Feel, feel, feel it ♪ ♪ Feel, feel, it, it, feel it ♪ ♪ Feel it, feel it, feel it ♪ ♪ Let’s go, come on, you need it ♪ ♪ How you doin’ ♪ How you doin’? Now here’s Wendy! (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Woo, woo! (laughs)
(audience cheers) Welcome, thank you so much for watching. Say hello to my cohost, my studio audience. (audience cheers) (laughs) Oh. How you doin’? How you doin’? I’m doin’ okay, let’s get started. It’s time for Hot Topics. (audience cheers)
(rhythmic music) Wendy, Wendy, Wendy! Thank you.
I love you Wendy! I love you more. Thank you for being here, the tickets are free, by the way. (audience laughs) Wendyshow.com. I had such a good time yesterday with Kenya Moore. I don’t know whether you saw the show, but it’s a must-see. It’s on wendyshow.com as well. She was a delight in, Norman! Normie.
I mean. Did you do it, did you violate company policy?
I did it. You badgered a celebrity?
Yup, negate company policy. I took the selfie. (audience cheers and applauds) You only got one? Nope, there’s another one. (laughs) Look how nice she was. Look how you are, like, mm-hmm, I’m doing this. Really nice, right? So nice, so sweet. So after Kenya left, right, I’m on my way home commuting and the phone rings, and who do you think it was? NeNe. Nene, yeah. (laughs)
(audience laughs) Yes, yes. NeNe is like, “Wendy, I didn’t even watch, “but my phone was blowing up. “First of all, I didn’t spit in her face.” I said, “Well, NeNe, she said that you hocked a loogie”. Like she brought all the (clears throat). And I tell NeNe, I said, “Well, then go to the wendyshow.com “and look up the interview”. I said, “NeNe,” but I was really transparent with her, I said, “Kenya, I really like you.” There’s something about being a motherless child, to me, that is just horrible. And I’m not talking about if your mom passes away, motherless. I’m talking about if your mom doesn’t want you. Like, that, to me, just. And I told NeNe, I said, “NeNe, you’re my friend. “Kenya’s a friend on the show.” Two totally different things. But NeNe was, no, she was nice, she took it like a champ, she understands our friendship is forged. But she also understands I got love for Kenya. (audience applauds) NeNe said though, that as the season goes on, you’re gonna see Kenya be hella mean. (audience exclaims) Well, I mean, we’ve seen the mean-streak in Kenya. When she had the marching band at Cynthia’s hair release. And when she did the whole “Gone with the Wind” fabulous thing way back in the day. We know that Kenya can be a mean girl, I said, “But NeNe, she is a motherless child”. Now she’s a grown woman, but, “Wendy”. (audience laughs) “Kenya is 49 years old.” I said, “Yup, and still gorgeous, NeNe”. (audience applauds)
She said, “Yeah”. She goes, “Yeah, she’s beautiful and everything, “but you know what Wendy, I was raised,” this is what NeNe was telling me, “I wasn’t raised by my mother”. I said, “You have a different structure with you. “Like, even when you were dancing, “you did that for a moment, “and now you got your family and you got Gregg”. “And by the way, she threw shade “at you and Gregg’s relationship”. Look, all’s I know is I like both girls, but NeNe is my friend friend, Kenya is my friend to the couch and in my heart. You know what I’m saying? Absolutely, yup. (audience applauds) So I’m getting dressed, minding my own business, trying to get to the studio this morning, and this pop-up happens from People Magazine. They’re reporting that Kylie Jenner and Drake are dating. (audience exclaims) Oh, who is shocked? This is inevitable. It’s like an inevitable thing, you know what I mean? Multiple sources say that Kylie, who’s 22, and Drake, who’s 33, have been spending a lot of romantic-al time together since she broke up with Travis Scott back in October. The rumors started after Kylie went to Drake’s birthday party. Well, I can believe this wholeheartedly. But the messed up part is that Drake and Travis Scott don’t get along. ‘Cause remember–
No, they’re friends. Huh, oh, they were friends.
They’re friends. Wait, Drake–
Because they have a song together, Drake and Travis Scott. Well what happened with the Pusha T? That was Kanye West. Right, right, I’m sorry.
Drake and Kanye West don’t get along.
I’m sorry. (audience laughs)
Sorry. (laughs) Right. It’s like there’s only five people in Hollywood that screw around and they all screw, I don’t even get that, but anyway. All right, so Drake doesn’t get along with Kanye because Kanye helped expose that Drake has a son, via Pusha T. That’s my road dog, I love Pusha T, he’s greasy. (audience laughs) Hi, Pusha. Anyway. Do I care? No. Will this last? I don’t know. But I just felt as though I had to pass it along to you ’cause that’s what I do. (audience applauds) In other Kardashian news, first of all, happy birthday, belated, one day late, Kris. (audience applauds) What they did for her was absolutely tear-worthy. Kim rented out their childhood home where they were raised when Robert Kardashian was alive. Aw. There’s a family living there, they didn’t buy the home. The family was very lovely and let the girls do this for their mother. I didn’t see it, but one of the bureau chiefs saw it and said there were tears everywhere, she even cried. Now my bureau chief is a hardened woman. (audience laughs) When Bookman cries, there’s a reason to cry, all right? She’s a middle-aged woman, she lives in Manhattan, she’s a white woman, great hair. I’m describing to you Bookman. Great hair. She wasn’t even fat, but she lost like, 20 pounds. A lot of people around. Suzanne, a lot of people around here are losing a lot of weight. Yeah, they’re getting themselves together, keeping it tight. Isn’t that something? Yeah, it’s very impressive. It’s like we’re doing it as a family, though. And I’ve gained eight pounds since I’ve started working here. (audience laughs) (Wendy laughs)
(audience applauds) But. But we talked about the neck. Mm-hmm, mm-hmm. When I went home yesterday, look, I was still on that thing. And it’s looking tight. Uh-huh, it looks great. I’m gonna do it in a year. Yes! (audience cheers) Yes. My time’s coming. Mm-hmm, I’m gonna get that, about a year. Mm-hmm, mine’s gonna be super tight. (audience laughs) Yeah, you’re gonna get it done, done though. Yeah, done, done.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. ‘Cause nothing beats the real surgery. No, I’m gonna get some sutures put in, whatever they do. The cables.
Yes, I’m getting some cables in my neck.
The girls take the cables and they pull up. (audience laughs) My friend Medina was telling me all about it. Oh!
No, she’s got a good one. Oh, okay, okay.
Oh, oh, yes, oh, yes. So speaking of Kanye. (audience laughs) So then, in other Kardashian news, he and Kim are fighting, they say, allegedly, because Kanye’s become the strict father and this husband she didn’t even marry. I mean, he’s not Mr. West is in the building. Not that anymore. Okay, so he removed the TVs from all the kids’ rooms. And he also took away baby North’s makeup. (audience exclaims) And I know she’s only four or five, or however old she is. Cute, huh? See, she’s six. Yeah. Who wasn’t six with a little makeup? You play with your own, that’s what girls do. Whether you got your own little kit from the toy store or you play with your mom’s makeup. And TV, they make their money off of being sexy, wearing makeup, and TV. And then he’s just changed into this whole religious guy and they’ve been fighting over it. And Kim’s been very public about it. I don’t know. That’s what a divorce is for. (audience exclaims) (audience applauds) Or you wait for him to go on tour and then you slide into someone’s DM. (audience exclaims) I don’t know, on one hand. On the other hand, it’s clear to me that Kanye, while he’s on his journey, he’s still not well. So that’s what love and marriage is for. You take care of one. And I don’t know what to say, I’m just spreading the word. It’s what I do. (audience applauds) Oh my gosh. Rambo, slide up on this nice, pretty bracelet right here with the beads. Okay, do you know what this is? All right, so I promised I was going to do this, and I kept my word. I want to shout out to Darius. He is 11 and a half years old. A hand-written note, “I am 11 and a half years old”. He calls me Miss Wendy, he lives in the 804. That’s one of the Carolinas. Okay.
Okay. So he wasn’t at the show ’cause he’s only 11 and a half. I think you have to be 19 to be here. So I called him up on the after show yesterday, shout out to my after show family, you saw I called. He didn’t even answer the phone, I guess he was in school. But he goes to me, “I love you. “I watch your show every day”. Aw! I know, I know, I know. “I made this for you.” And I said, well you know I love to stack. It’s actually a necklace, but I didn’t, I prefer the bracelets. And so I promised him I would wear this and he goes to me, he goes, “I dance like Michael Jackson”. Aw. He goes, “I love to dance like Michael Jackson “and I love to act like you”. Aw! (audience applauds) I know, I know, Darius! Thank you so much, honey bun. And he also would like to have a talk show, like me. So, Darius, good luck with everything. Thank you for the love, thank you so much. He’s special. Okay. So Eva Marcille’s ex, Kevin McCall, honey, let me tell you something. He was arrested for fighting yesterday. Ask me the location. Where? At court. (audience exclaims) Now, if you’re gonna fight in court, you will fight anywhere. Like those people fighting over that Popeye’s chicken sandwich. (audience laughs) But that’s not funny though, because the man got stabbed. You heard this on the news? He died.
Yes, he died, he died! (audience exclaims) He got stabbed to death waiting in line for a Popeye’s chicken sandwich. Now if you’re gonna fight in a line for a chicken sandwich, or you’re gonna fight in court. How much longer do I have to be out of the house? I wanna go home and lock the doors. (audience laughs) The safest place to be is in the house. Okay. My mouth is watering. (audience laughs) I still haven’t had it. Okay.
(audience laughs) So Kevin, okay, he was in court because he’s trying to get joint-custody of his daughter, Marley, who’s five, with Eva Marcille. Now Eva’s married and Marley lives with she and her husband and they have another baby, adorable too, by the way. So at court, Kevin argued with a court officer who asked him to stop filming. All right, take a look! My name is Kevin McCall, what’s your name? I ain’t talking to you, sir. You can’t record in this building.
I’m not recording, I’m recording on my phone, I’m not on FaceTime.
You can’t record in this building, period.
Okay, so what do you mean, I can’t record on my phone? Take off your badge if I’m not a buster. I’m here to see my daughter, I’m not gonna let you throw me off. But what I’m saying to you, as a black man, as a black man. No, nothing with all that race stuff with me. What you mean, race stuff? You not a black man? You not a black man? Don’t pull out that race stuff with me.
That’s what I thought. Take your badge off. Bitch. (audience exclaims) He said, “Take your badge off”. All right, that’s all we could show you, because he used the N-word, the F-word. All this good looks gone to waste. (audience laughs) Okay, take away the facial tattoos and the crazy of the court. Wouldn’t you? (audience murmurs) (audience applauds) And I like a man with an edge, but that’s too much of an edge. After the video, the cop called up for backup to detain Kevin. Another bad Kevin. (audience laughs)
Look, look, look, look, look. (audience cheers) Then, while they were detaining him, he broke loose. (audience exclaims) Not once, but twice. (audience exclaims) Kevin and the cop, while breaking loose, there was one cop with him, they fell down an escalator. (audience exclaims) Now first of all, the sharp edges, and the escalator’s moving. I would not survive. I would not survive. (laughs) He was booked on five charges at the bottom of the escalator. There’s his mugshot. Now he got off scar-free. There’s no scar, still looks hot though, right? Yeah.
(audience laughs) Take away the criminology, just. (audience laughs)
Right? Imagine him taking you down and giving you that face, ooh. (audience applauds)
(Wendy laughs) But. So this is his mugshot. I don’t know whether he has a mental issue, but clearly something is way off base. You’re in court for co-custody and you’re fighting in the court. Eva, Eva, you and your husband, go in the house and lock the doors. Keep Marley away from this man, okay? (audience applauds) I guess the only reason why they both survived falling down the escalator though is ’cause neither one of them has the hair, you know? If Eva fell down an escalator, she’d be caught. All the hair in there. Anyway, let’s talk about the “Real Housewives of the O.C.” (audience exclaims) Okay, so there’s this girl on there, her name is Shannon Beador, you know who I’m talking about? Okay, good. Then you gotta listen, okay? This is Shannon and that’s her ex husband. Well he’s got a new girl, first of all, the divorce was really, really crazy. Shannon and David are finally divorced after a lot. They divorced earlier this year. Well, David is 53, that’s a good 53. And he’s moved on with his new girlfriend, Lesley, who’s 35. (audience exclaims)
All right, wait, hold on. Hold on, (laughs) hold on. So yesterday, apparently David and this girl, Lesley, were on a vacation, and Lesley posted two pictures of them hiking, take a look. (audience exclaims) Totally naked. By the way, she gives a good, healthy side-boob. (audience laughs) Look, she makes me look like a fifth year old. That side-book is good, she’s 35. And he’s good for 53. Normally you see a little pinch, pinch, something. It’s good, but why are you doing this? I can only show you this one, because the other one is, they’re against I guess their hut that they were staying in. And they were going in. I don’t know who took the pictures, my guess. Oh, and her pants were around her ankles. (audience exclaims) And they weren’t like, pants, they were like a pair of beige biker shorts or something like that.
Yeah. It was, yeah. (Norman laughs) Don’t listen to him. Don’t listen to him, he doesn’t even like girls. (audience and Norman laugh)
So, get out of here. (audience applauds) He doesn’t know what to appreciate. All I’m saying is that I could appreciate that they’re naked and that they have a new life and stuff like that, but, you know what, you two? You got kids. David and Shannon together, the housewife who he’s divorced from, they have three daughters, okay? An 18-year-old and two 15-year-old twins. How are you gonna do this, Dad? Like, I get it, being outside and naked is very, very freeing. I’ve done it before. (audience exclaims) (audience cheers) (audience laughs) Well I used to have a backyard. And I would go out there. You know how you light the grill and get it warmed up before you put the meat on? And young Kev, he might be at a friend’s house or something like that. I’m trying to cook a dinner. You go outside and it’s like, hm, I’m at one with nature. (audience laughs) Hm, how does this feel? But then when you look at a picture like this, it’s like, do they not have ticks in their pubic hairs? (audience exclaims and laughs) ‘Cause I only went a couple of feet to light the grill. And also I’ve taken a shower outside. You know when you go on a good vacation and they have that outdoor shower? That is some real one with nature. Oh my gosh, uh-huh, uh-huh. (audience applauds) And I like to skinny dip. Whether it’s in the ocean or whether it’s in a pool. You really do feel natural. (audience laughs) Anyway, and then this girl, Lesley, she’s got kids. Like a five-year-old and a two-year-old or something. So they’re too young to know what’s going on, but when they grow up, they’re gonna look at you all hella crazy. All I can say is that these two make it real easy for their kids to choose who’s their favorite parent. You see? You don’t even have to argue. I don’t wanna go to Dad’s, not even for weekend visitations. Dad is living with that woman and they’re running around naked. Why would they embarrass us like that? We’re in high school, everybody’s seeing. You know what I’m saying. (audience applauds) Divorce is divorce, and I get it. But sometimes parents making the wrong decisions make it real easy for children to choose who their favorite parent is. (audience applauds)
That’s all. That’s it? All right, we’ve got more great show for you. (audience cheers) One of my favorite people is here, John Leguizamo. But up next, Celebrity Fan Out. So grab a snack and come on back. (upbeat music)
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(audience cheers) Ooh-ooh! Okay. Ooh-ooh! So it’s time for Celebrity Fan Out, which I love. This is where you see a celebrity in the public and then you take a picture and then you go to wendyshow.com and Google how you do the Celebrity Fan Out, send it to us, it’s always funny. Okay, our first one comes from Tia B. who watches “The Wendy Show” on WTTG in Greenbelt, Maryland. Tia writes, “Hey Wendy, how you doin’?” How you doin’? “I was in Vegas for my birthday when I met Ben Affleck.” (audience cheers) “I saw him in the elevator, stuck my hand in the stop door.” (audience laughs) “Before closing and got in. “I told him it was my birthday “and he took this photo with me. “Even bought me “a drink.” (audience cheers) Tia, you forgot the rest. Was Ben was drunk, ’cause the word on the curb. Anyway, all right, our next Celebrity Fan Out is from Misty P. who watches “The Wendy Show” on KTTV in Hawaiian Gardens, California. And Misty writes, “Hey Wendy, how you doin’?” How you doin’? “I was just walking into a bar when I met, ooh, “Jason Mamoa.” (audience cheers) “I noticed the tall drink of water waiting for his car “and he was a totally sexy sweetheart “when I asked him for a selfie. “So damn sexy.” Yeah, yeah, he’s a good one.
(audience applauds) All right, this one comes from Connor W. who watches “The Wendy Show” on WSVN in Coral Gables, Florida. And Connor writes, “Hey Wendy, how you doin’?” How you doin’? (Wendy and audience laugh) “I was on the beach when I met Chrissy Teigen.” (audience cheers) Why are you guys wearing so many clothes if you’re on the beach? But anyway.
(audience laughs) He goes, “I was so impressed by how pleasant she was. “She wished me the best of luck in school “and told me that she loved my smile.” Aw!
Aw! That’s nice.
(audience applauds) Okay, our final, yeah, this is the last one, Celebrity Fan Out comes from Nolu- fando, that’s her first name, Nolufando, and her last name starts with a G. (audience laughs) Look, she watches “The Wendy Show” on KTTV in Los Angeles, California. Nolufando writes, “Hey Wendy”. How you doin’? Thank you, cohost. (audience laughs) “I was at the US Open when I met my celebrity crush.” Damn it, man, we’re still talking about Alec Baldwin? (audience laughs) “Alec Baldwin.” All right, very nice.
(audience applauds) He looks very pleasant there. Anyway, she goes, “I discovered “that he is so incredibly nice”. Really? “So now I’m even more in love with him.” Okay, I’m gonna take your word for that. (audience applauds) Well, I like Celebrity Fan Outs. Sharing is funny. If you ever have an encounter with a celeb, please go to wendyshow.com, send it in, and add to the show. Up next, John Leguizamo is here. (audience cheers)
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(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! So. My friend, John Leguizamo, he’s really incredible. He won a Tony for his one-man show, “Latin History for Morons”. (audience cheers) And now he’s starring in a new family movie called “Playing with Fire”, take a look. My abuelita used to make the most delicious jalapeno chocolate cake you ever had. It’s the secret ingredient. Jalapeno chocolate? Sounds weird, but when you taste it, (smacks lips) it’s so, it’s so, I touched my mouth. My mouth is on fire, my mouth, it’s burning. My grandma always said, never touch your face with. Now my eye’s burning. My eye’s burning and my lips are on fire. It hurts! I know that feeling, please welcome John Leguizamo. (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh!
Hey, what’s up, Wendy? Hi!
How you doin’, beautiful? Welcome back.
How you doin’? Good to see you, what’s up? Wow.
Yeah, yeah. (audience cheers)
Good to see you. What’s up? Well before you cross, you know we like to do the Shoe Cam. Yeah, yeah, go, go.
There you go. Do your shoe thing.
No, you can sit down. Model, there you go.
(audience cheers) Yeah, just a little Leguizamo thing. Bruno Magli. Oh, okay, fancy.
(John laughs) I had to write it down on my hand ’cause I couldn’t remember. (audience laughs) You and O.J. love the Bruno Magli. Yeah, I know.
Remember? But I ain’t running from nothing. (audience and Wendy laugh) Hey, so you got the Tony. I know, crazy, right? (audience cheers) Thank you, thank you. ‘Cause you don’t care about awards until you get one, then you go, hey, this is amazing. I was so– Did you cry? Yeah, I cried, I cried my speech. ‘Cause it was like, all my year’s work, all these seven shows I’ve done on Broadway. Never won one, nominated, but never, I finally got one in my hand.
I saw you in a gangster flick, it played over the weekend. I was like, yeah, John, I forgot the movie. “Empire”? No, no, movie. Yeah, yeah, “Empire”, I was in the movie though, 1999. It was a gangster flick in the Bronx, in the BX. Yup!
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. BX in the house.
(audience applauds) Yup, that came on over the weekend. Yeah, that was dope, that was dope. That was a true story. The director wrote a true story about, from his brother’s point of view. You’ve worked so hard, do you know what I’m saying? So where do you keep the Emmy? I keep my Emmy, my Tony in my dining room, so while I’m eating, I can look at what I have done. (John laughs)
(audience applauds) And I lend it to my mom on certain occasions and other family members. That’s sweet.
Yeah. That’s nice. So how’s your wife, you’re still married, I haven’t read anything. Yeah, yeah, no, no, we’re still together. In Hollywood that’s forever.
20 something years. Yeah, yeah. (audience applauds) We’re empty-nesters. It gets mad romantic, it comes back. Do you go outside and take nakedness? You know, I like nakedness, but I’m a dad. You can’t be caught naked. You were watching Hot Topics while you were getting ready? Yeah, but I’m in New York City. My yard, I go into the yard, there’s buildings everywhere. (John laughs)
Yeah, yeah. You’re like, oh, oh, hey, stop that, hey. I’m having a private moment with my wife in the public area. (Wendy laughs) Do you post a lot of pictures of yourself? Anything that might be embarrassing? Well, I try not to embarrass my kids. I saw one, it wasn’t so embarrassing. You’re actually quite–
Well you gotta cover it up. I mean, I’m a dad. So I crossed out the, yeah. (audience applauds) No, we–
I just embarrassed them a little bit.
We crossed it out. We crossed it out.
No, I crossed that out. ‘Cause it was a little package. (audience exclaims) Just saying. You know.
It ain’t no little package, what are you talking about? (audience laughs)
I’m trying to play it down. I’m trying to play it down, you’re a married man. I’m single, we’re age appropriate. (laughs) Yes, we are. There’s a moral algorithm for dating. My friends who are my age who are dating, they have a moral algorithm, and we made it up. It’s half your age plus seven is cool. Okay, so if you’re 50–
Anything less than that, ain’t so cool. You can date a 25-year-old, no, no, plus seven. Plus seven.
32. Yeah. That’s age appropriate.
A 50 and 32-year-old. No, that’s still too, kinda.
Yeah? No, I wanna date guys in their 50s, or like, 45 and up or something like that.
You’re so mature. Well.
(audience laughs) Not my fault. (laughs) No, you’re sophisticated. I’ve been forced to grow up. My wife’s my age, she’s a few years younger, five years younger. So does she get the surgery or anything? Well she told me, she said Catherine Deneuve said it. She said, you either get the booty or you get the face. You ain’t getting both to look good. You gotta pick one. Aw.
So I picked the. (audience laughs) Has she gotten her butt done or she’s going to get it done?
No, no, she’s just got– She’s got a nice booty.
She’s fit, yeah, yeah. She got a big for a white girl, yeah. (audience and Wendy laugh) You know Latin men, they like a little– I know, I know.
A little something, something.
I know, I’m not here, I know.
(John laughs) I know what’s going on. Richard Gere, by the way, did you hear about him? He’s 70 years old, he’s got a 35-year-old girlfriend. They had a baby nine months ago. Wait, wait, what’s the algorithm on that? What’s the algorithm on that? That’s 75, that’s 35–
It should be illegal. Plus seven, should’ve been in the 40s. So they had a baby already together, right? And now they just had their second one. The babies are what they call the Irish twins, real close in age, like that.
We had Latin twins too, same thing.
Yeah. (audience laughs) But, and that might sound sexy and he looks good and good for her, she’s 35. But you know what? Is he going to live to carry a refrigerator into college? In college, for the first year of college. Like, it’s kinda selfish, do you know what I’m saying? Yeah, I don’t wanna judge, I don’t wanna be judgy, but yeah– Well this is a judge show. Go.
(audience laughs) Judge. (audience applauds) You’re right, you’re right. I don’t know, I don’t think it’s cool. You’re gonna be dad and a granddad at the same time.
At the same time. You can’t, you’re not gonna be there for playing sports and whatnot, how you gonna play sports when you’re in your walker? Yeah, I’ll be right there, I’ll catch up with you. You gotta do that. Now what if your wife got pregnant today? Oh, hell no. (audience laughs) I just got out of that, I just got empty nest. Why am I gonna go back to, you know, being alone? Oh.
(John laughs) Not alone. Not alone, but you know what I mean, not getting as much. Yeah.
(audience laughs) (Wendy laughs)
Kinda like being alone. Married guys know what I’m talking about. So what’s up with the movie? You’ve been in family movie before, the “Ice Age” empire, which is great.
(audience applauds) But we didn’t see you, you were doing voice. Right, right, so yeah. When I did “Ice Age” it was weird because dads would come up to me, go, hey, tell my son, my five-year-old son that you’re, I go, you don’t want him to know that I’m Sid, it doesn’t go well. No, no, do the voice, do the voice for him, he’s gonna love it.
Okay. So I start going, this is Sid the sloth. And the kids are like, ah! (Wendy and audience laugh) ‘Cause this ugly man is Sid and it’s like– You’re not ugly. Oh, thank you, thank you. I’m not begging for compliments though.
Do you dye your hair? You have no gray. No, there’s gray in there somewhere. No, I don’t see it. He put some, so much stuff in my hair. Okay. (laughs)
(audience laughs) Yeah, yeah, a little something. Little mascara-y stuff. Whatever he used, it’s good. Yeah, it works, it works. But yeah, when I shower, it comes off though. But thing is, is that, no, ’cause you’ve got perfectly black hair, but you got salt and pepper in the mustache and beard. You gotta get the whole thing going on. (laughs) She’s gonna help me look, a makeover situation here. No, no, you look really terrific. And you keep your belly flat. You stay young, you know how to dance. (audience applauds) So tell us about this new movie, the family movie. Yeah, yeah, it’s a great family movie. It’s about three fire jumpers who put out this fire in the forest, a forest fire, and they find these three kids, and they’re orphans. And they adopt them and they become three moms. But they’re these macho dudes. And my character, Rodrigo’s like this street intellectual who’s always quoting books that he reads, but he can’t ever remember what he read. (audience laughs) You know how it goes. Is that John Cena? John Cena, yeah. I have a little crush on him. What woman doesn’t? They all wanna climb him. Yeah, yeah, he’s–
(audience laughs) He’s very handsome. (audience applauds) (John laughs) Well, John–
The dog was cute too. The dog is really cute. Really cute. And Keegan, the funniest man on Earth. Oh, I like him. Oh, he’s amazing.
He’s been here, uh-huh. Hi, Keegan.
He kills it in the show. All right, is there anything that I’ve left out? Because I’m being told that we have to go. Yeah, I’m gonna out in Brooklyn doing “Latin History for Morons” this Saturday at the Kings Theater in the B-K-L-Y-N.
(audience cheers) That’s lasted for a long time for you. Yeah, yeah, I’ve been touring for a year already. Started at The Apollo, now I’m gonna finish off in Texas. All right, well give it up again, for John Leguizamo. (audience cheers)
Thank you. “Playing with Fire” hits theaters on Friday. Ask Wendy is next. So good. (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) [Audience] Ooh-ooh! (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Welcome back, it’s time for Ask Wendy. Everyone have a seat except for you. Ugh, I love the combination of your blue cobalt and the blue hat. Thank you so much, Wendy. How you doin’?
How you doin’? Fine, thank you, what’s your name, where you from, what do you do? My name is Erica, I’m coming from Denver. I recently met a guy at my art show, and he asked me out on a date. Okay, so what do you do for a living? You’re an artist?
I’m an artist. Okay, good for you.
Yeah, thank you. And he didn’t tell me where we were going. And he picked me up and we went to the event and girl, it turned out to be a porn film festival. (audience exclaims) Yes. Yes. And I asked to–
We’re gonna stop. (Erica and audience laugh) Is this an older guy, a younger guy? My age. How old are you? 29. Okay, he should know better, all right. Do you like porn? I like porn.
(audience laughs) From an artistic side, but this was on a different level.
Oh, that’s what we all say. Yeah, yeah. (laughs) And so what did you do while at the porn festival? Do you walk around and look at porn? Or are you sitting in seats? We’re sitting in seats and it was for two hours. And did you eat food? We drank, and he drank a lot, just non-stop next to me. It was very uncomfortable. One of the most awkward dates I’ve ever had. How did the date end? He basically took me home and he tried to kiss me. Right after the porn, he didn’t take you for dinner, he took you home? He took me home. Okay, and he tried to kiss you in the car or at the door?
In the car. Okay, and what’d you do? I gave a little peck on the cheek. Yeah.
Yeah. So what’s your question to me, Erica? He keeps calling me and I just feel so uncomfortable. Should I ignore him or should I be friends with him? I don’t know what to do. No, because it was only a first date. You didn’t know him before that.
It was a first date. No, I didn’t know him. You don’t have to know him. But the next time he calls, be a woman. And say to him, look, I like porn too, but not on a first, second, or eighth date. Yeah.
Number one. (audience applauds) So no, this relationship is not for me. Right.
Leave me alone. Right.
And then block his number. That’s it. Thank you.
You’re welcome. I learned how to use that block a dew weeks ago. (audience laughs)
Honey. I don’t know where I’ve been, my life has changed. (audience laughs) How you doin’?
Hi Wendy, how you doin’? Fine, thank you. I’m Liz, I’m 23, and I’m from Connecticut. What do you do? I’m a student, I’m getting my masters. Good for you.
Yup. (audience applauds)
So what’s going on, Liz? So my boyfriend and I recently broke up after a year of dating. And the sex was always bad. (audience exclaims) But I never told him. So now that I’m recently single, I wanna know, do I keep faking orgasms when the sex is bad? Or do I tell the guy? I just, I need some advice on how to do that. (audience murmurs and laughs) Well. Do to them what sometimes they do to us. You know, they push your head. (audience laughs) You know what I’m saying. (audience applauds) It’s almost like you don’t even have to talk about it, just push his hands, push his head, make it all work out. You’re too young to be having bad sex. But at 23, you’ve got lots of time to find the good sex. Sex is not the main part of relationships, but it’s important that you’re compatible. Good luck, Liz.
Thanks. (audience applauds) Okay, I got time for more. Come on over. How you doin’? You you doin’? What’s your name, where you from, what do you do? My name is Memmy, I’m from New York City, I’m a physical therapist. Okay, hi Memmy, how can I help? I have a sister who’s seven months pregnant, it’s her second child. And she’s more emotional when she’s pregnant. And I’ve already gotten in a fight with her, it made her cry, and I feel so bad. Is it okay to just avoid her until she gives birth? (audience laughs) Memmy. Do you have children? I do, I have twins. So you remember how it was. You can’t avoid her. And you know the emotional side sometimes. This is temporary, she only has two months to go. Buy her something inexpensive but thoughtful. Give her a card, rub her feet. And just deal with it, it’s your sister. You’re right. Only one sister.
All right, Memmy. Thank you, Wendy.
All right. We got time for one more.
(audience applauds) Come on over. Oh, a girl after my own heart, meow. Come on.
(audience laughs) How you doin’?
How you doin’? Where you from?
I’m from Mississippi. And what’s your name?
My name is Porsche. And what do you do?
I manage a hotel. Okay, Porsche, what’s going on at the hotel? Okay, not at the hotel this time. So my husband and I have been married one year and one month today. But he absolutely hates makeup, especially eyelashes. I want to enhance–
Did you hear about Tamar, by the way? I didn’t get to that in Hot Topics. She’s got bald, the lashes are all gone. Anyway, back to you. Okay, so I wanna enhance my beauty, I’m a female. I wanna be extra sometimes. But I feel like I can’t be my true self when we’re out together. Should I stop wearing eyelashes to make him happy, or should I just do me? (audience murmurs) He doesn’t have to know the process. Go in the bathroom and instead of wearing eyelashes, do you have eyelashes that you can put the mascara on and pull ’em out? Yes. Look, men are stupid. (Porsche and audience laugh) He’s not gonna know the difference, you know what I’m saying?
Yeah. And get yourself a black pillow case made of satin. They won’t see the makeup on it or whatever. Avoid white robes around your neck for the makeup. Do you.
Do me. He loves you. By the way, happy one year anniversary.
Thank you. We’ll be right back. Oh my gosh. (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Welcome back. Okay, it’s time to play our game, I love it. It’s called Drop It Like It’s Hot Topics. (audience cheers) So Leslie works in sales at Bloomingdale’s and she’s from the Bronx. (audience cheers)
Bronx baby! Leslie, you’re gonna have one chance to answer a celebrity question. Whatever one the chip lands on, okay? Okay.
All right, go ahead and drop that chip. Drop it like it’s hot, woo! Come on, big money, big money, big money, big money, big money, come on, big money, come on, go! Woo, woo!
(audience cheers) Whoa, there you go!
(Leslie cheering) All right.
Woo! We got $1,500 for you if you can answer a question about Cardi B. Woo!
(audience cheers) Okay, well, you might not know. What is the name, don’t help her, okay? What is the name of Cardi B’s Netflix show? And she’s a judge on it, go. Don’t say anything.
(clock ticking) Oh, come on, Les.
Oh, no. Ooh, and you’re from the Bronx? I’m from the BX and I don’t remember.
(timer buzzes) (audience groans)
Oh my God. The wrong answer, it’s called “Rhythm and Flow”. (audience groans) I don’t remember that.
All right. Well look, you’re still front and center, celebrate that. Even though you lost, we’re still gonna send you home with dinner for two from one of my favorite places, Serendipity.
(audience cheers) We’ll be right back. Thank you Wendy, how you doin’? (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Ooh-ooh! (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Really? Asos. Ooh-ooh! Today is Lenny’s 33rd birthday, he works in the service industry. (audience cheers) Look, he came, turns out with his crown and sparkly pants that go like this. And the shoes are everything. The point that I’m trying to make is everything that you love about “The Wendy Show” is available at wendyshow.com. Hot Topics, fashion, celebrity interviews. See it first, see it now, only at wendyshow.com. We’ll be right back. (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) What’s your name?
Debbie. Debbie and I have got so much in common, it’s so random. First of all, I watched the marathon, you ran the marathon. (audience cheers)
In five hours. Second of all, in with all my bracelets, we happen to share a same bracelet that Merrell, my makeup artist, gave me. And she went to Northeastern University like I did. (audience cheers) Tomorrow everybody, “Queer Eye”‘s Karamo Brown is on the couch. I love you for watching. And I’ll see you next time on Wendy, buh-bye. (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! How you doin’? Nice! (jaguar growls)

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