Wendy Williams’ staffers are worried about her health – Page Six

There are fears for Wendy Williams’ health after she fainted on live TV on Tuesday.

The host — dressed in a Statue of Liberty costume for Halloween — was seen on her show looking disoriented and having trouble reading her teleprompter. Then, a look of terror crossed her face and she staggered backward and collapsed.

The show cut to a long commercial break before Williams came back on the air and told the audience, “That was not a stunt. I’m overheated in my costume and I did pass out. But you know what? I’m a champ and I’m back.”

She continued the show, and before signing off she asked, “Is that the end of the show? Was I passed out that long?!”

A show insider said staffers are worried about Williams, following a report that her husband, Kevin Hunter, cheated on her with 32-year-old massage therapist Sharina Hudson, which they both strongly denied.

The insider said, “Wendy has become very thin recently, and the show staff wonders if she is under a lot of personal stress.”

A September report claimed that Hunter and Hudson have been hooking up for a decade, and that Hunter moved her into a secluded $765,000 home just miles away from his home with Williams. She addressed the rumors on her show, telling the audience, “It’s weird being a hot topic. In a weird kind of way . . . I love the attention . . . You can believe what you want. I stand by my guy. We commuted together this morning. The paparazzi were outside catching me in the cutest negligee.”

Her rep Ronn Torossian said at the time, “One plus one does not equal three.”

As for her medical scare, Torossian insisted she was suffering from the ubiquitous showbiz affliction “dehydration.”

He said in a statement, “Ms. Williams fainted on-air this morning. She is dehydrated and is on her way home for a good day and night of sleep. She has been examined by medical professionals and is well. She is OK, and will continue shows as planned. She will address this on-air tomorrow.”

He added, “She has never missed a day of work.”

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