She began to speak about her recent weight loss as she opened up about looking for "the comfort of a man."
"I am using the show to fish. I mean, I'm doing this show for you, for me and everybody around here, but in the back of my mind I'm always wondering, I hope he's watching," she began. "I hope he'll call."
"I mean, I've lost 25 pounds!" she then exclaimed. "Look, and I didn't do it on purpose it's just that food became disgusting to me."
Explaining that she was cooking meals herself at home -- scarfing down lobster, hot dogs and king crab legs -- she said it eventually "became, 'I'm done with food."
"Then I got my colonoscopy. TMI? Okay, look, TMI, maybe," she continued. "But take care of your health. I got my colonoscopy over quarantine and she asked me to get on a scale before they put me under ... and she told me the weight and I was like, 'I haven't weighed this little since high school.'"
She added that she feels "really good" right now, but is "just alone in my romance."
After in-studio production was shut down in March due to the coronavirus, Williams began shooting her show from home through mid-May. At the time, she announced an indefinite hiatus after complications from Graves' disease.
"Recently, Wendy has been dealing with symptoms from her Graves’ disease which is causing fatigue," a spokesperson for the show said at the time. "In consultation with her doctor and as a precautionary measure, she will be taking some time off as she continues to receive treatment."