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(upbeat rhythmic music) Right? (audience cheers) I see you, burgundy velvet. I must tell you, I did not watch. I switched back. Clap if you watched. (audience members applaud) Oh. That’s a light clap. The Oscars I’m talking about, the Oscars. So they were on last night and the big winners, congratulations. It seemed like “Parasite” was set up to be awarded. That’s all they talked, from the time I woke up on Saturday, all day on Sunday, all day on Friday. So we knew “Parasite” was going to win. Congratulations, best international feature film. (audience cheers) I was like, well, what is, why is it called “Parasite”? ‘Cause I. (audience laughs) So it’s been told to me that it’s about poor people who latch onto rich people and try to get into their lifestyle or something like that. But that everything is in a language that I don’t speak, ’cause I only speak. (audience laughs) I only speak Jersey. (audience laughs) So. (audience cheers) But, I gotta tell you something. Soon as it’s on the Google or whatever, (audience laughs)
on the TV, I’ll watch it. I don’t go to the movies to read stuff. You go to movies to hear stuff. I don’t want subtitles. (audience applauds)
But I’ll do it, I’ll do it. Sounds like it’s a really good movie. And then Brad Pitt, who looked great, took home his first Oscar. (audience cheers) (audience laughs) The Oscar is not even the star of this show right here, okay, okay? The highlight of the night was when Eminem came out and performed “Lose Yourself”. (audience cheers) He won best original song in 2008, but he didn’t show up. So 18 years later, he all the sudden shows up (audience laughs)
and he performs “Lose Yourself” and a lot of people were confused, like, is that really Brad Pitt? And then, funny thing is that the cameramen were swinging around to the audience. There were quite a few people who actually knew every word to “Lose Yourself”. I was quite impressed with you Oscar people. You knew the words. I like Eminem. I have never met the man. It’s not even force to me. It’s just that I like him, I like him. Good for you, Eminem. And then Jane Fonda.
(audience applauds) Honey, you show me a woman in her 80s who looks like that, wearing the same dress she wore back in 2014 at the Cannes Film Festival. (audience cheers) Fabulous. So we’re gonna break down all the fashions later on in the show. In the meantime– (audience applauds) Yeah, the Style Squad, all my shady, Bevy and Lloyd and yeah, Robert, they’re all backstage right now squinting and looking. (audience laughs) I really don’t care much, ’cause there are a lot of girls who only look good from the neck down. (audience exclaims) Look, I’m not gonna say it when they’re out here. I’m just gonna squint at the camera. And you’ll know what I mean. If I go like this, that means, only from the neck down. (audience laughs) I went out for dinner at midnight on Saturday, only I didn’t leave at midnight, ’cause I was captivated by “SNL”. (audience cheers)
And I, yup, yup. And I told my– (audience cheers) And I told my dinner people– (audience cheers) Yeah, yeah. I thought RuPaul did a great job. Dressed as a woman, dressed as a man. His opening monologue, the whole bit. I liked Justin Beiber, that “Yummy”. Let me tell you something right now about that “Yummy” song. I found myself getting a little yummy in my tummy. (audience cheers) And I heard the song before, but just to see him perform it and stuff, and know what he’s been through in his struggling life with the substance abuse and now he’s married to the girl who’s taking care of him, his caretaker. (audience laughs) Well, no, you call that a wife, ’cause we’re smarter than men. (audience cheers) He sang that “Yummy” song, and then… Put on the dress. No, yeah.
Who? Who, RuPaul? No, did Justin put on the dress? No, no, you’re thinking of Pete Davidson who put on a dress.
Oh, yeah, okay, okay. Pete Davidson put on the dress. It was just a good episode, so I didn’t get out for dinner on Saturday until like, 1:30 in the morning, ’cause I’m captive. I invited my people up, I’m like, look, I got nothing for you but orange juice and Jolly Ranchers. (audience laughs) So, you all sit here and we’re just gonna entertain ourselves. But they were entertained too, and then we went out for dinner. By the way. Oh, you know what these are, honey. (audience exclaims)
(beads rattling) Thank you, Boofy. (audience laughs) (Wendy giggles) (audience cheers) Boof was in New Orleans over the weekend doing, I don’t know what he does. (audience laughs) DJing.
I’m DJing. Yeah, okay, all right. Anyway, so he says, “And I’m gonna bring you some beads”. And here they are. (audience cheers) I’ll model them for you later. (audience exclaims) Look, I just like to stir the pot, okay, relax. Thank you, Boof, though. You’re welcome.
DJing for what? A few clubs. Was there anybody there that we know? Pretty much just locals. Things like Mardi Gras started, the whole Mardi Gras thing started. Right, with the beads. Did you do anything while you were down there? Went to the casino. (laughs) (audience laughs) Did you win like you won when you were in Vegas? All the time. (audience cheers) Shout out to 50 Cent, apparently we’ve made up. (audience cheers) Thank you, Curtis. Huh? Nothing, I didn’t say anything. (Norman and audience laugh) You did say something. I laughed, I said (laughs). (audience laughs) Why are you laughing? No reason. We’re grown people now. (laughs) Right. Then you grow up too, Norman. (laughs) I’m always grown, grown and sexy. (audience cheers) (Norman laughs) Over the weekend, yesterday was National Pizza Day, right? (audience applauds) I don’t know whether you were involved. Tristan, who runs the IT department here at the Wendy Show, he told me that I was the number one trender, I have no idea why, ’cause I don’t, you know I don’t participate in this mess. I don’t want to know the ‘Gram, the Twitter, the twotter, or whatever you all do. I just like to go inside and mind my own business. But apparently these days, if you wanna be somebody, you gotta participate in something. Right.
Right? So I’m in the house, I’m like, okay, cats, pose, flash. (audience laughs) Okay, pizza, pose. Well, two people that I know sent me pictures of pizza and they were both really disgusting-looking. (audience laughs) First of all, this one right here. Greasy, thick, I’m not a big pepperoni person anymore, even when you dab it with your paper towel, it’s still thick, cheese looks hard, not even like real cheese. So I post this on my Instagram. And then, this one right here. I got this one. I’m like, what the hell is that? (audience laughs) And you can’t see, it was sent to me through the pictures. They didn’t actually come over to the house, ’cause I wouldn’t open the door for any of this, right? (audience laughs) But I’m looking at it, and you can’t see, but it’s on a paper plate. It’s one slab on a paper plate, right? And I’m looking at it, I’m like, I haven’t eaten pizza like that since Orange Julius was open at the Monmouth Mall. (audience laughs) You know what I mean, what I was like, 10 years old and everything taste good. So I text, or Instagram to you all, I say, no, no, no, no, no, these aren’t the pizzas. I’m gonna go out for some pizza and I’m gonna show you some goodness, right? So I went to this place. First of all, I got in contact with the Foodgod, okay, and you know, Jonathan Cheban, Kim’s best friend, right? Foodgod is really good at getting back, to me anyway. (audience laughs) Would you look at this handsome man named Mark right here? He’s tearing that cheese, they make their own cheese. It’s a place in Brooklyn, there I am eating. Look, he sent over to the table some meatballs and all kinds of stuff to keep us occupied. I was there with three other friends, right? I’m looking, but I’m, look, I’m stuck on stupid in Mark, with a C. (audience laughs) The place was only like, seven miles from my place in Manhattan, right through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, boom, there. Lucali. Yeah.
Yeah. Oh, you know? Clap if you know it. (audience cheers)
Oh! Suzanne, I see you’re still not sick. I’m all better, mm-hmm. I haven’t eaten in days though, and now I’m getting hungry. Let me tell you something right now, all right? This guy right here, first of all, he owns the place, he cooks the food, but he’s got chefs there. The place doesn’t hold a whole bunch of people, you all know it. The line is wrapped around the corner. We pull up, go inside, we’re sitting right there. I’m captivated by what the heck he’s doing. He’s meticulous, and he says, “Wendy, I know you like anchovies. “Do you want the spicy anchovies or the regular anchovies?” I said, “Okay, I’ll take the”– Ooh. Lot of you hood people on my Instagram. Get out of here, don’t follow me then. (audience laughs)
They’re like, they’re like– (audience applauds)
Look. It looks disgusting, it looks like worms. They don’t get anchovies. Some people don’t understand.
Well, you know what? But don’t tell me it looks like worms, just back off. And also, this is handmade pulled mozzarella cheese. They’re back there stretching and pulling and making it together, and they’re throwing the dough in the air and catching it, and I’m looking like, I think I might be in love. (audience laughs) Anywho, so that’s my National Pizza Day, that’s that. (audience cheers) So now you know Jen and A-Rod are gonna be getting married this summer, and the thing that a lot, yeah, never a bad picture. Even with a weird baby hair, what is that? (audience laughs) Is that the top from a beer can, I can’t tell. What is that, what’s all going on? Anyway, beautiful couple, all right. Both of them have their exes coming to the wedding. (audience exclaims) Who the hell are you? Excuse me, if you’ve seen this face with the head thrown back against the headboard, you’re not coming anywhere near me. (audience laughs and cheers)
I’m just saying. I don’t really understand it, but apparently it works for them. And a lot of people say because Max and Emme, they’re 11 I think now, yeah, 11, with Marc Anthony, really sexy man, and Jen. All right, so. And then A-Rod has Natasha who’s 15 and Ella who’s 11. So they’re both gonna have their ex-spouses at the wedding. I don’t understand, I’m not that mature. (audience laughs) That’s not happening, honey. Now, they can come over for a nice backyard barbecue a few weeks after we get back from our honeymoon or something like that. But that, no.
(audience applauds) Suzanne, if you divorced Brendan right now. What, what, no. No, I’m, look. Yes, yes, yes, yes, okay, we get divorced, all right. If you divorced Brendan right now and married Marco. (audience cheers)
Yes! Yes! Would you have Brendan at your wedding? Yeah, ’cause they get along. (audience laughs) They like each other. No, no, no way, it is wrong! (audience laughs) (Suzanne laughs) (audience laughs) Anywho, so I’m still trying to figure out how Blac Chyna got an invitation to the Oscars. (audience exclaims) I love Blac Chyna, but, how was she there? But she showed up really early to make sure that the paparazzi popped her and good, and to me, she looks really good, although, there’s one person in my glam squad who said, mm-mm. And I said, why not, other than the tattoos. The tattoos, that’s like, a seedy thing to me, but. She is trying to prevent her naked pictures from being shown in court at this particular time. She is suing Rob Kardashian ’cause Rob apparently has some naked pictures of her and he wants to release them to the rest of the public. He already did. He already did? He posted them on an Instagram, so we saw everything.
I saw a lot. She walks around naked at her house. Right, I mean. She looks, I don’t, okay, fine, look at me, look at me. Yeah. When somebody walks. (Norman laughs) When somebody walks around naked at their house, there’s no airbrushing or anything like that, they’re just there naked. Chyna is fearing that her kids will be hurt from the pictures. Oh, gee, you think that’s the only thing, Chyna? (audience laughs) Your kids are so adorable, Chyna, but look, Angela, you still have a chance to clean up your act. She wants the case to be heard in court, but not by a 12-person jury, because she’s. Look at this. So beautiful it’s almost fake, right? That is, to me, as Mally would say, oh, Mally, I’ll see you tonight for dinner, gorgois. You don’t think she’s gorgois? I do think that. Clap if you think she’s gorgois. (audience members applaud) And when she takes everything off, believe me you, made for sinnin’. (audience cheers)
Believe me you. (beads rattling) No, I’m just, no, this has nothing to do with anything other than I love Mardi Gras beads. I never been to Mardi Gras, don’t want to, don’t care. (audience laughs) It’s too far and we work five days a week, so we’re busy here at Wendy. So crazy, people call me up, they’re like, hey, why don’t you come here or go there, whatever. I’m like, are you out of your mind? Do you realize I have to work tomorrow? Or, are you out of your mind? It’s Friday, I gotta work on Monday. I’m busy calming down for the next work week. I try to be as, I had a three-hour conversation with my mother this weekend, it was the best conversation ever. Aw. Oh my gosh.
(audience applauds) Three, three, three hours, three hours. She calls me, I don’t answer. I’m on the phone with Bernie, I call her back. Next thing you know, and I’m like, can you turn the TV down? She can’t find the remote, I’m like, then go in the other room, it’s very annoying. Where’s Daddy, ask him to find the remote. Daddy’s not home, he’s at his Alpha meeting. I’m like, well when’s he coming home to turn the TV down, I’ll call you back. (audience laughs) Then two hours in, all the sudden my father comes home and they’re double-teaming me on the speaker phone. You all, treasure your family. (audience applauds) Treasure them. Are you ready? Yeah! For the Style Squad? They’re gonna be breaking down the fashions from last night’s Oscars. So grab a snack and come on back. (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Okay. Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! The Oscars were last night. Yes. To break down the fashions hits and misses, “Bevelations” star, Bevy Smith. (audience cheers) Style guru and author, Lloyd Boston. (audience cheers) And the very shady Robert Verdi. (audience cheers) All right, let’s get started. Cynthia Erivo. (audience cheers)
Oh, come on, now. I did like this. Erivo has E-rrived.
Yes. Now, look at what we’re seeing here. We’re seeing Versace, which we love. And we’re also seeing a body-ody-ody. Let’s not forget about–
Yes, she looks really good. (audience cheers)
And I hear that’s she’s a CrossFit fan, a big CrossFit fan. But that’s the F-word that no one wants to talk about. She’s got fitness, that’s 80% of this look. Now, mind you, this dress is dangerous. You don’t know if it’s gonna stay on or come off. And I love that.
She’s not too muscular though, she’s still feminine.
Right, she didn’t go all Tina Turner, “What’s Love Got to Do “With It?” Movie, right?
Very beautiful. Very beautiful.
Very smooth. I like this better than her first dress, oh, than the second dress. Than the performance dress. Yeah.
Vampire-y. Robert, what’d you say?
I love it. What I love about Cynthia is that she hits the carpet knowing herself. She really knows her body, she knows how to work a dress. I didn’t know her before last night. No?
Really? She’s almost an EGOT. All she has to do is win an Oscar, and she will have an Emmy, a Grammy– Okay, don’t stab me. (all laugh) Sorry.
Just saying, Wendy. She’s a big deal, and she starred in “Color Purple”, so she really gained all of her success– She was in “Color Purple”? The musical.
She was in the revival. The revival “Color Purple” on Broadway–
My gosh. The second time around.
You like these? Brooklyn, Style Eyes Optical. Can y’all get back to the red carpet? Okay, sorry, sorry, okay. So the thing I love about Cynthia Erivo is that she is tiny, but she wears clothes impeccably well.
Is she tiny? Yes, she’s super tiny.
Very, she’s about five feet, if that. Really? But she knows how to work a dress. She knows how to work a dress. She knows how to work the red carpet. She looks great. (audience cheers) And she should’ve won for best song so that we could’ve had this picture immortalized for life. ‘Cause she didn’t win last night. No, she was nominated for two Oscars. That’s okay, she’s got a whole ‘nother year to make more movies and then–
She’s got more to come. She’ll be back next year. All right, Scarlett Johansson. (audience applauds)
Bevy, what do you think? Scarlett Johansson in this Oscar de la Renta with this deconstructed corset with these lovely silver–
It looks like– It’s so sexy.
It’s about to fall off. I love it.
And you know why it looks like it’s about to fall off? Because she’s a newlywed and this look says I am sexy and I’m having a lot of sex, because she’s feeling it, she’s feeling it, darling. (audience cheers)
She’s feeling it. She’s a newlywed, and you know what, she had some before she got to the award ceremony and she had some after she left. Please believe. (audience cheers)
Please believe. That tattoos, are those real? Yeah, those are real. Uh-uh. That trails somewhere real nice, I bet. (audience laughs) I am now turned off.
Oscar de la Renta, for many, many years, the House of Oscar de la Renta was known for older, kind of ladies who’d lunch, frocks and dresses. But these gowns really speak to a new generation, a new fresh look.
The tattoos though, they’re filthy on the back (groans). Are we judging, we’re judging. I’m judging.
Okay, okay. I have tattoos too, I judge– You do?
Every time I get out of the shower, I’m like. Yeah, you know I got that thing over my tummy. The old one. Yeah, Robert? It’s a great, it’s a beautiful dress, she’s had a great season. It’s a hard fabric to wear, that silk charmeuse skirt, it can really reveal every lump and bump. Skirt or dress? It’s a dress, I meant the skirt part of the dress. I love the look, I think she looked amazing. Janelle Monae, Robert?
(audience applauds) I mean, this was otherworldly. This is Janelle’s wheelhouse. She knows how to take the red carpet. (audience cheers)
That’s all I saw. Amazing. Even when they swept the audience, the only person that you saw in the audience shots is her. 180,000 Swarovski crystals. She stole the show. She’s perfect, she’s ethereal. (audience cheers) She’s ethereal, she’s otherworldly, and the thing I love most about this, is without the hood, it’s just a pretty dress. A beautiful gown, as Aretha Franklin would’ve said, beautiful gown, but with the hood, it’s makes it subversive, it makes it racy, and this pays homage to good old Grace Jones, okay, in the ’80s. (audience cheers) But, Wendy, here’s the only important thing to note. That hooded dress moment really came out in the 1940s, so it was a very old-timey silhouette that made to look very modern. Well, speaking of old-timey, I mean, she went to a classic–
All you do is study fashion. (all laugh) You always know someone–
It’s my job to know all this stuff.
I know. You know stuff.
But just think about it. You said old-timey, but she went to a classic designer, Ralph Lauren. Yeah.
Now we know Ralph. Okay, good. Ralph Lauren, this is like, what, 600 hours of work on this gown.
Yes, extraordinary. But also, she’s very theatrical, sometimes costumey. She kinda reminded me a little bit of another black icon. Remember Lena Horne in “The Wiz”? Yes!
You know? When she was giving you that moment? (audience applauds) (laughs) I think my glasses are gone. (audience cheers)
They look good. That’s a good look. Well you know what’s so good about those glasses? That’s a black designer out of Brooklyn. Style Eyes Opticals. Yes.
So right over the bridge in Brooklyn.
Seriously? Absolutely. She’s not going to Brooklyn, they’ll send it to her. Oh, I was just in Brooklyn last night. I can’t travel–
Were you? You didn’t come visit, I live there. Knock on my door.
Dippin’ and doin’ it. (Bevy laughs)
Now looky here. Charlize Theron, Lloyd, what do you think? Gorgeous, simple, sleek.
(audience applauds) Now, I know we have a back and forth about Charlize. That’s about a 1.5, maybe a 1.75.
I do a 1.5. Yeah, we’re right in the same bracket. Those look good on you. They look kind of–
We are not gonna get– Can I have these?
You can have those. We’re not gonna get to the style. They look a little “Something’s Gotta Give” on you. They look a little Diane Keaton on you, right? Well, when I have on my Mardi Gras beads. Right, back to Charlize.
You watch how it’s gonna go down.
What we’re seeing here. I love that sleek, clean line. I love that dangerous off-the-shoulder once again. Clean, soft hair. And again, that high slit, and she knew when to stop. She didn’t junk it up with a lot of jewelry. And I love that she’s wearing Dior. She has a partnership there with the ambassador role. 16 years.
The fragrance. Yeah, 16 years.
16 years. And sometimes it goes wrong, but this time it went really right. (audience applauds)
I think it’s hard to look this fabulous when you always have to wear one designer, when you’re obligated to wear one designer. And there was a lot of this, about-to-fall-off look. But I loved all these curves in the gown and everything. We are not used to seeing her look sexy, but she was nominated for the film “Bombshell” and she looked like a bombshell in this gown. Yes.
Yes, she did. (audience cheers) All right, Sandra Oh, Robert, what do you say? Oh, Sandra Oh-no.
Ooh. Oh, oh my.
(audience exclaims) Excuse me, I happen to like this dress.
You like this dress? Yup. I felt like this was a little too costumey. I was looking for the trapeze act and the clowns behind her. This was way, it was way too much.
I like this. No, why, because she’s small, or what do you think this needs?
I think it’s just. There’s a lot of ideas, it’s a big dress, there’s a lot of ideas, it’s a plunge neckline, it’s sequinned, there’s a bow, the shoulders– Excuse me?
You know, for me, I thought it was a sugary confection of a dress. So there’s cotton candy sleeves, the bottom with all the rosettes, that’s what you see on the birthday cake. (audience laughs)
The sparkles could’ve been on a wedding cake, it was too much going on. It gave me a cavity, that’s how sweet it is. It’s too sweet, too sugary. (audience applauds) We discussed a whole bunch of other dresses, including Maya Rudolph. Uh-oh.
Uh-uh. Okay, okay, you all. Wait, show the Maya Rudolph dress, please. That is Mrs. Roper’s dress. (Bevy vocalizes “Three’s Company” theme) Wait, wait, wait, wait, hold on. Hold on, put the glasses on. Show me please. (men laugh) See, the thing is with this, this is a great–
You can’t go wrong with a Roper dress.
No, you can’t. What?
But it’s not a red carpet thing.
From the neck down. This is a how you host a party at your house and try to look fabulous while you’re cooking. (Bevy and audience laugh) You’re right, you’re right, you’re right.
It’s Mrs. Roper. And she’s wearing a really comfortable shoe, which makes me really uncomfortable. Yeah, she’s wearing a kitten heel with that one-strap sandal.
You’re right. And my thing with this is that– Damn it, man.
You know what? You can tell that she’s got kids at home and she just barely wants to come to these things. She’s like, throw a dress on me, honey, make it sparkle, and then she goes, and she doesn’t have time for this. Yeah, if you’re gonna do this look, you gotta really do big hair, big jewelry, high heels. You gotta add sex appeal in other places. That’s why I said from–
‘Cause you’re covering the majority of your body.
Neck down, from neck down she looks great, but the rest of it, ah, no bueno, sorry. And then she got on the stage with that other girl. Yes, Kristin Wiig.
Kristin Wiig. Kristin Wiig. Now, that was too much architecture for me. And I don’t care that she had a side-boob, a lot of men liked the side-boob. They like the side-boob.
That’s a dress for a professional, that’s for Rihanna. Excuse me, excuse me. Look, point to me, point to me quick. (all laugh) That dress is an amazing dress. It is a great dress.
But she– Not for her.
Might not have been the right girl to wear that dress. Yeah, I think from the waist up, it’s great. Otherwise it’s a Pelosi.
Yeah. (all laugh) And it’s Valentino, which we love. Yeah, waist up, waist up. Thank you three for being here. (audience cheers) For more information on my panelists, go to wendyshow.com. Trendy at Wendy is next, don’t go far. (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Ooh-ooh! (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! 600, 700? 700, that’s expensive.
Shh, yes. All right, well look, everybody, she works a job, she can afford $700 on a beautiful jumpsuit. Not always. This is gonna get recycled.
Say hello to our friend, Melissa Garcia, it’s time for Trendy at Wendy. (audience cheers)
Now, you didn’t get a deal on this, although it’s beautiful. Thank you, it’s gonna get good wear. Let’s talk about some deals, mm. Yeah, so Rue La La, of course, gives us all of these amazing products, starting with this great bag, how gorgeous is this? This is so beautiful. This is the Jijou Capri Cicy Trapeze leather satchel. I’m loving the geometric shape on this.
I’m not even a red, but I’d get a red.
Right? It’s so pretty, so on-trend. I love that it comes in these four beautiful colors.
Look how big it is. 100% genuine leather, made in Italy. And I love that it has a zipper. A lot of tote bags don’t. I know.
So this one has a zipper. Everything stays–
The robbers can go in there. Now they can’t, right? Now they’re staying out. This is a good color too.
Yes, four different colors. I love them, I have this one. They’re so beautiful, you can’t go wrong. How much?
And the price is amazing. So it retails for $279. Getting 64% off, just $99.99, under $100. (audience cheers)
Not bad, right? Okay.
Ooh! Jewelry, I know. Is this Cartier? It looks like it should be.
It’s Cartier-like. It is, this is Sphera Milano 18 carat gold over sterling silver cubic zirconia panther necklace and earring stud set. So that’s a mouthful, but essentially what you’re getting is this gorgeous necklace, I have one on, it’s so fun, and matching stud earrings, this beautiful panther design. (Melissa and audience laugh) It is 18 carat gold vermeil, I’m cracking up, it’s gone. 18 carat gold vermeil over .925 sterling silver. Yeah?
You can choose from either the yellow gold or the white gold. Can my mom have one too? Sure, this is your show, she can have whatever she wants.
Mommy, I got you one too. (Melissa and audience laugh) (audience cheers) Retails (laughs) for $175, but we’re getting 60% off, so just $69.99, or for you, it’s free. (laughs) (audience cheers) This is, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, no, we’re staying here.
This is seriously beautiful. If you wanna be in that lane with the high-end jewelry look. It really is beautiful. This is Cartier all day, honey. All day, and it’s good quality, it’s not gonna turn on you, it’s good quality, yes. Okay, here. This is from (laughs) Jose Eber Hair Tools, and you’re getting a mask set with this as well. So you can choose from either four different straightening irons, they’re salon quality, really high quality, they heat up quick, they’re easy to use, they have an ergonomic design so it’s easy to straighten your hair with. That heat up quick thing is really important. You ever rushing out of your house like I rush to come–
Yeah, the last thing you To the show.
Wanna do is wait for your hair tools to heat up.
I’m trying to buck my baby hair on my outdoor wig. I’m like, hurry up, hurry up, all right. So what are we doing here?
She’s still stealing the jewel, I’m cracking up. Especially you’re getting the four hair masks, which is great, because at this time of the year, your hair is dry, it’s brittle, it’s staticky. Argan oil is the best thing for your hair. It really is.
Yes. So this retails for $186.99.
Wait, hold on now. (laughs) But we’re getting 73% off, just $49.99. (audience cheers)
Some more. Let me just see what it looks like inside.
Feel it, yeah. Okay, oh, it’s a real mask. Yeah, yeah, it’s good.
So you put it on your hair and you adjust it around.
You sit with it. Yup, you can watch TV while it’s on. Yeah, it’s good.
Maskin’ and hairin’. Maskin’ and hairin’. Okay, so–
Ooh, and it smells good. The Argan oil smells so good. Yeah.
Uh-huh. Really good.
Ooh, sheets. Sheets, so we have great sheets. So this is from Grace Home. Valentine’s Day is on Friday. It is, it is, 800 thread count sheet set. So, as we know, the higher the thread count, the better the sheets, this is 800 thread count. 100% Egyptian cotton. You’re getting two pillow cases, a flat sheet, and a fitted sheet. There’s six different colors you can choose from. Super soft, great quality. I’m gonna tell you something. When you go to your big box store or something like that, and I’m not above buying sheets from a big box store. Not for my room, but for the guest room. (audience laughs) But they’re like, 400 count. Oh, yeah. So an 800 thread count.
Good quality. This is luxurious for you. Retails for $369, but 81% off, just $69.99. This is a good deal. (audience cheers) Now you have your great sheets, you have to try this. So this is a weighted blanket, this is amazing. Ella Jayne weighted blanket.
Oh my gosh, it’s heavy. They are, they’re heavy.
Oh my God, I tried to snatch it,–
They’re not hot, they’re heavy.
I can’t move it. If you’re a restless sleeper, this is the best thing. So you can get from either 12, 15, or 20 pounds you can choose from. There’s five different colors, has the minky on one side, microfiber on the other side. Amazing, you should try these. Retails for up to $199, we’re getting up to 77% off, $44.99.
This traps you in the bed? (audience applauds)
It feels like a heavy hug. Not hot.
It feels like you have a lover.
You’re not gonna over, yes. I’m telling you, my kids love it. It’s amazing. If you have kids who are restless sleepers, this is really good, I’m telling you, you should try these. It’s all the rage. Everyone’s talking about–
Honey. Weighted blankets. Tell me about ’em once you use ’em, I don’t need this. (Melissa laughs)
But these are cute. They’re good, I’m telling you. It’s good, if you like the feel of heavy blankets on you– I like the feel of a heavy man on me. Okay, or if you don’t have a heavy man, you can use your blanket. (audience cheers) Hold this, this feels good, it’s nice and warm. So this is from–
Ooh! (laughs) This is from Palm NRG and it’s their Ultimate Heat Therapy set. Ooh, attention Wendy staff. If you have any sore muscles, your neck, your back, your shoulders, whatever it is, these are great. You’re getting two pocket packs.
Now wait a minute now. And what does this do?
That’s for your neck and back.
This is how it models? Yup, that’s for your neck and back. Oh my gosh.
And this is for your lower back.
After a long day here at the studio.
And it’s amazing. There’s nothing better.
You can use it hot or cold. It has a pouch for the back if you wanna just leave it on. This one’s on cool right now.
Better match my Mardi Gras beads.
Comes in either purple or blue, does the purple match? You can take the purple. I would never wear this in front of a man, it’s a turn off.
(Melissa laughs) (audience laughs)
It is. It’s not very attractive. Retails for $250, but we are getting– This is good though. 76% off, just $59.99. (audience cheers)
Okay. Thank you, Melissa, thank you, Rue La La for these amazing deals. Go to wendyshow.com before they sell out. We’ll be right back. (audience cheers)
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(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh! Marco just told everybody to sit the hell down. (audience laughs) Look, you don’t get much better customer service than here at Wendy, okay? But it is Black History Month, and today we’re honoring a treasure in my heart, Diahann Carroll. (audience cheers) She was a pioneer for black women in television and film. She broke down racial barriers when she played her iconic role, Julia. If you’ve been watching our show long enough, then you saw me dress as Julia years ago, Julia the nurse. Love it. We honor you, Diahann Carroll. And up next, we’re playing 20 in 20. (audience cheers)
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(upbeat tropical music) All right, we’re back, and it’s time to play 20 in 20. Stephanie is from Virginia Beach. How you doin’, Wendy?
How you doin’? I understand you have a new baby. I do.
How old? She’s 13 months. (audience applauds) Thanks for making time to come here. Of course, I could not miss seeing you. Okay, but you probably need a vacation. You don’t have to say it out–
I need a vacation so bad. (audience applauds) Mama’s tired. I’m just saying, a vacation without the baby, right? Yes, baby-free vacation. Are you with the father? Yes, my husband, I do have a husband. Perfect. I didn’t wanna judge, you know how you all do these days. To each his own.
Yup. Young people do young things. So here we go, Steph. All right, you and I are gonna spin together and we’re gonna send you and your husband. Now, who’s gonna take care of the baby when you all are away? Oh, we have grandparents, they’re good, she’s good. Aren’t they the best?
She’ll be all right, yes. What’s her name? Her name is Arya. Aw, love it.
Yeah, it’s Arya. Okay, put your hands on this and we’re gonna spin hard. Three, two, one, go! (wheel clicking)
(Stephanie cheers) (upbeat tropical music) Okay, I’m on Kim K and you’re on Moon Palace. It’s a beautiful place, listen to how our announce describes it. It’s a trip to Moon Palace in Cancun, Mexico. We’ll fly you and a guest round trip for a five-day, four-night stay at this luxurious all-inclusive resort. You’ll spend your trip diving into lavish swimming pools, dining at multiple destinations, and dancing it up at their nightclub, Noir. Their signature Awe Spa is perfect for a day of pampering. This trip will be one to remember. (audience cheers) Come on, Wendy. Well, no, Stephanie. You come on.
I know, okay, okay, okay. All right, this is about Kim K. Now she’s got a documentary, it’s coming up on Oxygen. We’ve talked about it on Hot Topics, if you watch our show. I mean, I don’t ask you to watch every day, just when you get a chance, but hopefully you were watching on that day. What’s the name of the documentary, Stephanie, go. Oh my gosh.
I know it’s on prison reform.
I’m sad. I’m sad.
Criminal justice. Audience help? No, you only get one answer, and you just answered it. (buzzer buzzes)
(Stephanie groans) It’s called “The Justice Project”. (audience exclaims)
I was so close. No, it’s okay, you know why? Because you still need more Pampers. And we’re gonna give you a $250 cash gift card.
Thank you! (audience cheers)
All right, Steph. We’ll be right back.
Thank you! (audience cheers)
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(upbeat music) Ooh-ooh! Now look, now, all I’m gonna say to you is New York is a precarious city. But people, you all are gonna stop. But people come here from all over just to come to this show. Now she’s from berries in Cannes, France, or something like that. (audience laughs)
The music was loud. He’s playing Too Short over there and we’re all twerking. (audience laughs) She’s from London with her friend and she’s from the Bronx. Tickets are free, go to wendyshow.com. It’s a good time, we’ll be right back. (audience cheers)
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(audience cheers) Today is done, but tomorrow, Remy Ma is here. I got you covered with the Hot Topics. Love you for, I love you for watching. I’ll see you next time on Wendy, bye. (audience cheers)
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