Wendy Williams wants to get married again, after recently finalising her divorce from Kevin Hunter after over two decades of marriage.
Wendy Williams wants to get married again, after recently finalising her divorce.
The 'Wendy Williams Show' host legally finalised her split from ex-husband Kevin Hunter earlier this week, but the divorce hasn't put her off the idea of marriage, because she's already keen to find a new spouse.
When asked if she'd tie the knot again, she said: ''Yes! With a good old, one-age pre-nup, one paragraph. Maybe two sentences: 'What's yours is yours, what's mine is mine. What we earn during our marriage is yours and mine, and I don't wanna live with you.' This is a new thing!''
Wendy says she's already back in the dating game, but is looking to become a ''wife, not a girlfriend'', and wants to find someone she can settle down with.
And although she hasn't dated since meeting Kevin 25 years ago, the 55-year-old talk show host says she can now easily spot the ''worst guys''.
She said: ''You know what's interesting when you get grown, is that you realise within five minutes, even the worst guy - visually or size wise, or whatever - if he's got game, I'm in. As long as he can pay his own bills, 'cause those days are over. Pay your own bills, treat me with respect.''
Wendy's quest for love won't take her to dating apps though, as she'd much rather meet someone organically.
During an appearance on 'The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon', Wendy said of online dating: ''I'm not doing that because I like eye-to-eye contact. I do. And I feel like I've grown through the years, like I used to never date a short man because I'm 5'11''. I weigh in at like, 175, 160 lbs. I don't know, I don't step on the scale. I just like what I see.''
Wendy and Kevin's divorce was finalised this week, nine months after the pair - who have 19-year-old son Kevin Jr. together - announced they had split after marrying in 1997.
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