Divorce: I’m rediscovering my love of men, Wendy Williams reveals

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Wendy Williams has become a real life hot topic after nearly a year of drama that saw her take a medical leave from her talk show, move into a sober house and file for a contentious divorce from husband Kevin Hunter, who allegedly had a child with his mistress of more than a decade.

Williams who reiterated that she is still single made this known during her "Hot Topics' segment on Tuesday's show".

The star also noted that she had the ultimate bachelorette pad high atop of everything with a really good view. "I go out a lot, I'm a good time girl and I like to have fun".

He has since been booted from his role as an executive producer on Williams' show, and apparently he thinks someone has been out to get him, calling police on several occasions to the New Jersey home the couple once shared. "I don't have a boyfriend, but I must admit I am rediscovering my love of men", she says. "I am working on my divorce, pleasantly, right now".

According to People, Wendy said that she "remains committed to helping others in the struggles of life" and will be active in contributing to other foundations. I date pretty often.

She also updated fans on her and Hunter's 19-year-old son, Kevin Jr.

She filed for divorce last month, after Hunter's alleged mistress gave birth to a child believed to be his.

Wendy got married to Robert Morris her first husband and got separated after five months followed by eighteen months of divorce proceedings.

However, a source told Page Six that Williams' decision to dissolve The Hunter Foundation stems from the fact that she no longer wants to be associated with estranged husband Kevin Hunter, with whom she launched the foundation.

The talk show host, who was living in a sober house up until recently, has been increasingly open about her own struggles with substance abuse, including a cocaine addiction in the past. Today, Williams announced that she will be shutting down the foundation with plans to work in collaboration with other organizations that support substance abuse survivors.

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