"Welcome to 'Hot Topics,' Sharina Hudson -- Getting out of my car ... with my money!"
After sharing a clip from the documentary film "Wendy Williams: What a Mess!" -- set to follow the premiere of "Wendy Williams: The Movie" this Sunday on Lifetime -- Williams took a moment to go all shade by welcoming Sharina Hudson to her "Hot Topics" segment.
It was the first time she'd called out her ex-husband "Kelvin's" alleged mistress by name on her show, and she didn't stop there.
"Welcome to Hot Topics, Sharina Hudson!" said Williams with as much eye shade as she could get. Then quite literally sipping the tea, she added, "Getting out of my car ... with my money."
Then, in a shocking move so bold it left her audience stunned and even her producer Suzanne Bass giving face, Williams continued. "Good morning, Journey," she said [correct spelling unknown -ed.]. Who's she talking about?
"She’ll be almost three-- I think she’ll be three next month, don’t you know," she added with a sly look. That's right, Wendy just appeared to name-drop the baby her ex-husband allegedly had with his supposed massage therapist girlfriend of many years
Then, with a final wicked grin, she concluded, "Good morning, Kelvin," emphasizing the legal spelling of Kevin Hunter's name," before adding dismissively, "It’s my truth."
The documentary special largely chronicles when Wendy found herself one of the hottest topics in entertainment as her marriage to Kevin finally came to an end. Wendy has admitted that she knew about his years of alleged infidelity.
For her, though, the final straw was when he allegedly impregnated his mistress. And so, after 22 years of marriage, Wendy filed for divorce in April 2019. "I’m a very forgiving person, but there’s one thing that I could never be a part of, and that one thing happened," Wendy told New York Times Magazine at the time.
As recently as this month, Williams has said she's still not met Sharina's daughter, telling Entertainment Tonight, "I don't want to know her." Further, while she expects to have to see Kevin in her life, at their 20-year-old son's college graduation, for example, she expects he won't be bringing a date.
"His dad will always be his dad. I haven’t seen change in that way from him," she told ET on Tuesday. "But what I do see is my tolerance from afar to understand that he will be required to be at Kevin’s graduation from college, and he will be required to have better taste than to bring the side piece and the little girl."
At this point, it's unknown just how much Wendy is going to be willing to share in both the biopic of her life -- which she was heavily involved in -- or the documentary that will follow it. But you can be sure they'll both be "Hot Topics" for days to come.
In the meantime, you can check out the whole episode below [Wendy gets into it at the 4:08 mark].