Everything Wendy Williams Said About Her Ex-Husband, His Mistress, Bill Cosby, the Housewives and More
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No hot topic was off-limits when Wendy Williams stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" Sunday night.

While appearing on Andy Cohen's late-night talk show, Wendy weighed in on everything from a bad experience she had with Bill Cosby, to "Real Housewives" drama.

Wendy even opened up about her split from husband of nearly 22 years, Kevin Hunter, who reportedly fathered a child with a mistress. The topic, in particular, was brought up multiple times by Cohen and callers, alike.

During the "WHHL" segment, "Plead the Fifth," Wendy was asked about her relationship with Hunter's "other woman" and if she was behind her ex's Ferrari getting towed after he reportedly purchased the supercar for his mistress.

"I don't know what you're talking about," Wendy answered. "I don't know these people. I don't know the baby, I don't know the woman. I don't know who Kevin became. I don't know who I am. Get out of here, Andy!"

The talk show host later admitted that she's still friendly with her ex because of their son, Kevin Hunter Jr, 19.

"Well, we have to be [friendly]" Wendy said. "For 25 years. He messed up, but, you know, life moves on."

When asked if there's something positive she's learned from her nasty divorce, Wendy said, "I really like the new me. I don't know who I've become, but I like her."

Wendy added, "She's smart, she's strong, she makes good choices and she's here for Season 11. Like, I like me."

Read on for more spilled tea during Wendy's interview.

Bill Cosby

According to Wendy, Bill Cosby tried to get her fired from radio back in the 1990s -- decades before Cosby was convicted and imprisoned on three cases of aggravated assault last year.

"It was back in the early '90s when I wasn't even the main person in a three-people morning show with news and everything, so there were like five of us," Wendy began, answering a viewer's question. "But I was the gossip girl and I had talked about Cosby and some of the ways that he had in his life at that particular time --

"Stuff that we now learned about," Cohen added.

"That was back in 1991," Wendy continued. "And here I am dishing the dirt, for those of you who listen to 98.7 KIIS back in the day, I'm dishing the dirt. He called my general manager, the general manager's talking with Cosby but I was making ratings with the morning show so I didn't get fired but I got called into the office on a three-way conference call. It was me, the general manager and Cosby."

She added, "He's dressing me down and then the GM sends me out of the office and I go back to doing my thing but I'm crying through the hall and I dab my tears and I'm like, 'okay, alright now. Well, Bill Cosby just dressed me down and I'm only a few years old.' So in my way, it was a way of being acknowledged by somebody like really?"

Not that it's a competition, but Wendy pointed out that she definitely came out on top.

"Of all the things in Dr. Cosby's life that affect him, it's calling little old Wendy," she said. "Not even the main character on a morning show at KIIS. And all these years later, look at little old Wendy. And look at Cosby."

The Housewives

Wendy also weighed in on some "Housewives" drama, including her friendship with "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes.

When asked how she and Leakes rekindled their friendship after their years-long feud, Wendy said, "I'm doing my perp walk because now I'm going through a divorce, I'm rebuilding my life and NeNe was one of the people I wanted to speak with."

"Why are we fighting?" she continued. "Like, I'm three decades in the game."

Cohen prodded further and asked if her troubled marriage to Kevin Hunter had anything to do with her drama with Leakes.

"I don't know, all I know is I was raising a family," Wendy replied. "My kid is now off to school in Miami. I'm a bachelorette and I have time to think, a lot. About people. So Chief [Wendy's assistant] called her up, I got the number, I was like, 'Look, I don't know what your problem is with me, or me with you, but where are you now? Let's have dinner or whatever.' And it was such an easy-- I talked to NeNe earlier today. Such a good conversation."

While Wendy had nice things to say about Leakes, she took a different approach when a caller asked her views about Lisa Vanderpump leaving "RHOBH."

"Who?" she immediately replied as the audience laughed. "The thing is that I love Lisa Vanderpump, but these 'Housewives'-- People don't understand; me, you, everybody is replaceable. And I think that Camille Grammer has come in and put the hammer down. I think that Lisa Rinna is a formidable opponent. Lisa Vanderpump, I don't care."

Wendy also had some thoughts about actress Garcelle Beauvais, who is joining the Season 13 of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

"It's beneath her, she's an actress," Wendy said. "But if there are no acting roles, you gotta pay the bills."

The FOX host weighed in on probably the biggest "Housewives" franchise headline as of late: Bethenny Frankel announced she's not returning to "RHONY."

"I think it's a detriment to New York," Wendy said. "But adding me wouldn’t be any better."

Being Compared to Mariah Carey

Wendy spoke about being compared to singer Mariah Carey.

After a caller pointed out their similarities, Wendy replied, "Yeah, it's not like I don't like Mariah. I'm a Lamb, I mean not as Lamb-ish as Norman [Baker, her Hot Topics producer behind the bar] whose office is plastered with all Mariah."

She added, "I like Mariah, so yeah, you know, I mean. [sings] If she'd like a Wendy interview, I will. [stops singing] I like her."

50 Cent Feud

During "Plead the Fifth," Wendy was tasked with saying three nice things about 50 Cent, with whom she's had a long-running feud.

Wendy proved she was up to the challenge and didn't hesitate in the slightest.

"He's not a bad-looking man," she said. "I respect his hustle. And I was one of the first people to ever play his music. As a matter of fact, probably the first, on a cassette on the radio where I got suspended for two weeks without pay 'cause I used to be a renegade like that. If I liked it, I'd take it right off the block."

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