Wendy Williams’ ideal Christmas present is a final divorce from Kevin Hunter!

Earlier today in her talk show, Wendy Williams cast her shadow over her ex-husband Kevin Hunter amid their legal separation. The host made it very clear that all she wanted for Christmas was for their divorce to be finalized!

It is true! The holidays are fast approaching and it turns out that the one Wendy presents wants to be officially a single woman!

A new year is about to start and the talk show host hopes she can start again in 2020, leaving behind her separation from Kevin Hunter.

Her wish was revealed when Love and Hip Hop star Stevie J stopped at her show and came to carry gifts.

Of course, Wendy appreciated the silver necklace and the roast beef sandwich he brought her, but that didn’t stop her from telling everyone what she really wants under the tree this Christmas.

Wendy likes subtly nuancing her ex on TV because he betrayed her, so her statement that the perfect gift would come from a court was not too surprising.

As fans remember, Kevin was involved in a huge cheating scandal!

The man was not only unfaithful, however, he even had a baby with his longtime mistress, which really crossed the finish line for Wendy.

The talk show host previously mentioned that she could have forgiven her mistakes with one exception – fathering children with another woman!

Since their separation in April, Wendy lives her best single life, so it is perfectly logical that she already wants to divorce officially so that she can continue her life.

Before everything fell apart, Wendy and Kevin had been married for almost 22 years.


They also share a 19-year-old son named after his father, Kevin Hunter Jr.

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