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Wendy Joan Williams (born July 18, 1964), known professionally as Wendy Williams, is an American media personality and New York Times bestselling author. She hosts her own syndicated talk show, The Wendy Williams Show. Williams is known for being a former DJ in New York City, where she gossiped about entertainers and conducted celebrity interviews. Williams gained notoriety for her on-air spats with celebrities. Williams also interned at WXKS-FM ("Kiss 108") in Boston. She later became a DJ for radio station WVIS in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, and after eight months there, accepted a job at oldies station WOL in Washington D.C.. Wendy Williams then entered the New York market, where she worked for the FM stations WPLJ and "Hot 97". In 1989, Williams began working at "98.7 Kiss FM" in New York City as a fill-in DJ. As rival station WBLS began hiring away staff from that station, Kiss FM hired her full-time for its morning show and gave her a non-compete clause contract; at this time she started her trademark of talking about African-American celebrities, giving listeners the dirt on their personal lives. A year later, Ms. Williams landed her own 6-10 p.m. shift, eventually winning the Billboard Award for Best On-Air Radio Personality in 1993. The following year after her Billboard award Emmis Broadcasting bought out Kiss FM and switched Williams to the company's Hot 97. Billing herself as "the Queen of All Media," radio personality Wendy Williams leveraged her nationally syndicated show into a multimedia endeavor in 2005, when she launched Question Mark Entertainment alongside her husband, Kevin Hunter. The married couple kicked off their venture with Wendy Williams Brings the Heat, Vol. 1, a mixtape-style various-artists compilation hosted by the Queen herself Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.