Live from New York City, it’s the “Wendy Williams Show.” (audience cheering)
(audience applauding) ♪ Aw yeah ♪ ♪ Get in get in get in get in ♪ ♪ Get into this feeling ♪ ♪ Let’s go come you need it ♪ ♪ How you doin’ ♪ ♪ How you doin’ ♪ Now here’s Wendy! Woo! Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Woo hoo! ♪ How you doin’ ♪ Woo hoo! It’s game time. Let’s get it on. Thank you for watching the show. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Say hello to my co-host, the studio audience. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) How you doin’? How you doin’? I’m doin’ okay, let’s get started. It’s time for–
Hot topics! Come on. (upbeat music) (audience cheering) (upbeat music) (audience cheering) So the Superbowl 54 is coming. (audience cheers) And I know everyone’s excited. This is the biggest thing in our country. Bigger than the Oscars. The Superbowl’s the one thing that pulls everyone together ’cause of the food and the game and the half-time, you know what I mean? (audience applauds) San Francisco 49ers versus the Kansas City Chiefs. Whoever wins, you’re all winners to me. I really don’t know anything. Wait, wait, they’re both wearing red jerseys. How do we tell, wait, no, I’m confused. Wait, no, hold on now. In the name of my Alexander Wang jersey. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) (Wendy laughs) Okay. Look, my wardrobe warlock keeps everything fashion. I was like, “What is this?” So he goes, “Wendy, it’s Wang, darling.” (audience cheers) I’m like, “Okay, okay.” Anywho, we’ll all be watching the game. Whoever wins is great. I’m confused by the red jerseys. I don’t know who I’m cheering for. Chiefs! But Jennifer Lopez versus Shakira. (audience cheers)
(Wendy laughs) I root for both of them. I actually like both of them.
Yeah. So the rumor is that Pitbull and Wyclef will perform. Now, look. (audience applauds) Here’s my thing. Pitbull has so many songs with Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull is the king of Miami, but I feel like Pitbull, and I love Pitbull, but I feel like he’s lost a little bit of his footage Yeah.
in, you understand, in my mom’s seat, I heard you. You said, “Yeah.” Right? Just a little bit of his footage. So this, all right, excuse me. This’ll be really great for him to get out there with Jenn and we love Pitbull and then Wyclef has, I don’t know whether he has music with Jenn– With Shakira. But he has music with Shakira. I was about to say that.
Shakira, Shakira. Yes, I know the Shakira, Shakira. Yeah, that’s him.
(audience laughs) Anyway, I’ll be there for all of it. And Demi Lovato is her own force with that national anthem. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) So I got a few different TVs so the Superbowl will always be on. I don’t know how to do that picture-in-picture thing. I don’t have the 4HDS or whatever. But I will be squinting with my readers on. I got the 1.5s, but just in case I miss something, I got the 2.0s, also. (audience applauds) But the main thing is that the other programming. Now, we love the Superbowl. However, there are some of us that need other things to watch in between watching the Chiefs and the 49ers.
Kitten Bowl! Oh, you know I’ll be at that Kitten Bowl. (audience applauds)
Okay? Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. (audience awws) I am so there. Me and chit-chat and my way. And look, I already let them lick a pickle Pringle. They don’t like ’em, which makes more for me. But anyway, and then over on E!, just in case you’re wondering, it’s “Sex & the City” all day. (audience cheers)
All day, all day. And I don’t know If you’re like me. There’s certain things I watch on TV I can’t really watch, but there are other things that don’t bother me. I’m a fan of the “Dr. Pimple Popper” show. (audience cheers)
Okay, you, okay. Look, it makes you feel glad for the feet you have. And the pimples that you don’t. This little thing right here, that means nothing compared to the tumor-sized. Oh my gosh. So Dr. Pimple Popper’s gonna do a marathon on TLC. That begins at six o’clock, in case you’re interested. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) TV One has the “Sanford and Son” marathon. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) And I was just saying to you yesterday, I wish that they’d make the Superbowl on a Saturday. It would make it more inviting for those of us work on Monday. Yes. Come on now. But there will be 17 million people expected to take off on Monday. (audience laughs) Of course, nobody around here, all right. We know how to handle our snacks and our libations and still get here early in the morning. (audience applauds) So there’s this kid here in New York and I had no idea about this. Me and this teenager. It’s weird being a woman of a particular age and being on the same team as a teenager ’cause normally they don’t know anything. But this kid, his name is Frank Rugerri. Hi, Frank. All right, listen to what he’s done. Norman signed up before I even knew about this. Yep, I did. You didn’t even tell me that I was onto something. Exactly. But now I’ve signed up.
Uh-huh. Frank, I love you. He started a petition on Saturday. Excuse me, he started a petition a month ago, and I knew nothing about this, to change Superbowl to Saturday. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Okay. This teenager, yes, exactly. He’s already had 70,000.
Signatures. One plus two. That’s me and you.
Yep, 70,000 and two. Yep, uh-huh, signatures. And all I’m sayin’, Frank, I’m with you, Frank. I’m with you. And I don’t know what you all are gonna be eating during Superbowl, they say the dip, we were just talking about this, is the main thing, but you better be careful of that Corona and the coughs. And the hepatitis. And the worms. And the germs. Honey, let me tell you. Back to the pickled Pringles. (audience laughs) I had them on the show yesterday and they’re only for Superbowl, and no, I’m not a sponsor of Pringles. I hate when you all say that. When I like something, I like it, and that’s the way it is. (audience applauds)
Look. Although, Pringles, you’d be a fool not to send me a case and call the show on some business. Anywho, they were so good I ordered in a tub of tuna fish. I don’t know about you, and just delicate, you don’t wanna break the pickle chip, right? You put that on there. And I have a friend of mine who I invited in to my office. (audience laughs) Picture please. (audience oohs)
(audience applauds) Now, now.
(Wendy laughs) I heard a knock at the door and I just grabbed a wig on a hook. Please do not come for me for this wig, okay? I was in my office, I got my robe on. That’s my friend Will. He happens to be a Cancer like me. He happens to also be a jeweler. I said, “Gimme this, let me wear it on the show.” Wow.
(audience applauds) Lookit here, though, wait. Will loves tuna fish and he doesn’t love chips, Suzanne. Okay, okay. But he doesn’t mind a pickle. Okay.
In a sandwich. Yes.
That’s what our commonality is besides shiny stuff and jewelry. We talk about food, that’s my foodie friend, too. Oh.
Hi, Fat Fingers. (audience laughs) I’m just saying. ‘Cause Boof is my foodie friend, but Boof is down there.
I could be your foodie friend, too.
In Miami. I could be your foodie friend, too. I bet, I see.
Aww. You know? (audience applauds) Hey Fat Fingers in for Boof.
What’s up, Wendy? Boof won’t be back until Tuesday, but I got something planned for Monday, too. Anywho, so Will, and I say, “Will, just first wash your hands.” And then I say, “Grab a chip and put a dollop. “Not a whole thing to break the whole chip.” It’s gotta be like an hors d’oeuvres. He tastes it standing up. Then he sits down and gets comfortable. Just so good. Whatever you’re eating at Superbowl, just be mindful of the germs. Be mindful of Monday morning for those of us who have jobs. For those of you all taking off, you’re some lazy people, okay? You gotta learn how to manage your situation. (audience applauds) He makes stuff for Drake and stuff. I don’t know, we don’t talk about that. We talk about food and what I’m doing. That’s right. And his kids. He’s got a daughter who’s a ballerina. (audience awws)
Yeah, I know. Nothing like a dad at ballet class. You call him on a Sunday. I’m like, “What are you doing?” He’s like, “I’m at a cupcake party.” (audience awws) I love you. But I can’t. All right, here we go. Uh-oh. (audience laughs) Mama June’s mother is pleading with Mama June to get some help for herself and leave Gino alone. Now, Mama June, in my opinion, is in the worst situation that we’ve ever seen her. It’s bad enough that Honey Boo Boo is stress eating and living with her sister and her sister’s husband and their children. In other words, encroaching on another family while she’s trying to figure her way out through high school. Man in the brown with his arms crossed and the beard and the mustache. Yes, we’re totally relating right now. I’m talking to you. Okay.
(audience laughs) This is a really sad story, though. But you haven’t heard the rest. There’s more? Yes, there’s more!
There’s more. Okay, cross your arms and give me the judgment face. There you go. (audience laughs)
(audience applauds) Last week, Mama June posted a Facebook ad to sell a pair of Nikes. (audience jeers) For $70. What the crackalation is going on? Oh my god. And Suzanne?
This is sad. Here’s what she posted.
This is sad. This is sad.
Suzanne, she puts, everyone, and judgment man. She puts, “Used, barely worn, three times.” Oh. Ah ah oh. Can meet me in McDonough, Georgia. (audience groans) In other words, you can meet her over at the corner at the rest stop.
Uh-huh. With $70. Now what does a person do with $70? Get their next hit. (audience chatting) June’s mother saw the ad and replied. (audience chatting) What’s the church song, Norman? ♪ Mm ♪ (audience applauds) Mom says, “June, you need to get help “before you lose everything and everyone. “I never thought you would end up like this “and let a man take everything you worked for.” No, no. June responded. (audience jeers) “FYI people, I haven’t spoke to “or have no desire to speak with my mother. “She care ’bout no one but herself.” (audience jeers) Remember when she was a friend of the show? Yes.
And she came. Even before she lost the weight, I saw beauty in June, and she made sketti with ketchup, and we ate it. I didn’t like it, but I played like I liked it. I played like I liked it.
Then she lost the weight with the surgery. I have a friend, by the way, who got the gastric sleeve last week, and she is back on her feet and back to work. She got it on Friday and today is Friday and I talked to her last night. She answered the phone chimmy cheerful. She was like, “Hello!” I said, “Well, I didn’t wanna bother you. “What’s all doin’? “Are you home?” She said, “Yeah, I’ve been home a couple of days.” I said, “Really?” I said, “So when are you going back to work?” She said, “I’m working now.” Oh! And she’s not obese, by the way. See, a doctor will tell you. Have I told you this story already? No. Are you sure? Yes.
Okay. If you’re interested in the gastric sleeve or any of that surgery, I thought you had to be at least 50 pounds overweight and she’s not. She’s short, so in other words, stout. You know what I mean? But she’s beautiful and could still get it. And real successful. Marco, you’ve met her, by the way. Oh! (audience cheers) Mm-hm. (audience laughs) And she’s been married three times, but now she’s divorced and she broke up with her boyfriend and we’re similar in age and she’s like me. Like mm-mm, nothing’s gonna rot over here. And she said, “Wendy, it’s difficult to lose the weight. “At a particular age the hormones go into effect “and so on and so forth.” So she goes to her doctor. He says, “You don’t qualify for insurance for this surgery.” But because she’s, Marco, so monied up, she’s monied up. She said, “What do I?” So she paid out of her pocket. $20,000, she got the the gastric sleeve. Wow. And she is back to work. And you know what? I said, “All right, so what’d they do?” She said, “Wendy, they make my stomach the size “of a small banana.” Oh! “I can eat anything I want, “but I’ll get full really quick. “And I’m going from a size.” And I didn’t really that she’s a size 16, but she’s short and stout. She’s not tall. Weight looks different on certain. She goes, “Wendy, I’m going down to a size four.” (audience oohs) “I’m getting laid “and that’s the way life is gonna roll.” (audience applauds) Marco, you actually met her at my apartment. (audience oohs) No, I will talk, no. Just, you relax. Beautiful blonde. Yeah, yeah.
Uh-huh. I remember.
Good jewelry. Mm.
A lot of Gucci. Yeah.
Okay. Do you know her or are you just nodding? No, I know. I’m happy for her.
Mm-hm, mm-hm. She was attractive before.
Exactly. And by the way, she’s down with the swirl. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) And she’s mentioned you several times. Oh! And she’s not just throwing it. She likes it. (audience cheers) Let me get my catcher’s mitt. (audience laughs) When she’s ready, I’m gonna invite her to the show. But I’m not gonna call her out. But I’m just gonna invite her, Norman. Just a slow beat. I’m gonna sit her in the middle of the audience. I’m not gonna call her out or anything like that. But Marco, you know what to do. (audience applauds) So in Florida, there’s a daycare worker that was fired after, (sigh) my god. Mm-hm. She wrote a message on a beautiful baby’s belly. (audience jeers) Now let me tell you. First of all, the little boy is beautiful, blonde, smiling all get out, a gorgeous little boy. 18 months old, his name is Milo. And this is what the daycare worker wrote on his belly. Jesus. “Mom, I’m out of diapers! “Please read my report.” (audience makes sounds of disbelief) I know. (audience chatting) See, I feel like not all school teachers, not all daycare workers, not all home healthcare workers, but I feel like ’cause the economy is so bad and people get impatient with angry moms picking up their kids at school, moms and dads swapping out on Friday for weekend visits in the parking lot. Kids of older people going to nursing homes and being mad because maybe mom’s wig is twisted, the bangs are back here instead of in the front. (audience laughs) Maybe there’s a bed bug thing. I’m not wrong, I’m right. Look in my mom’s chair. Oh she just beaded. I like your thigh, by the way. You know where you are. (audience laughs) No, I’m not wrong for that. Maybe I’m wrong for saying it, but this is the Wendy Wrong Show. Sorry. (audience applauds)
(audience cheers) Callin’ it the way I see it. This is the 18-month-old of a 23-year-old single mom. (audience oohs)
See? The mom is working full-time. And all the nursery had to do was just send a note or alert the mom when the mom comes after working a long day. But to do that? They didn’t send a report home. Excuse me, the daycare did send a report home, but mom was so busy she didn’t get a chance to read it. We’ve all been there. You know what I mean? She didn’t get a chance. But you see the people who lead your child every day when you pick them up. Somebody say to her, it takes five seconds, “He’s out of diapers. “I had to borrow one from this boy over here “and this is his last one.” Instead, the worker, and look. Then mom gets home after a long day and she’s not scrubbing with a Brillo pad, but bathing her baby, and the words, this is the most she could get off. (audience jeers)
Look, you all. This is afterwards. The nursery person wrote it in a real black Sharpie and this is the most mom could get off. That’s not healthy for an 18-month-old. It’s not encouraging the mom, who’s 23 working a full-time job. It’s not inviting to any of us. I don’t know about you all. I don’t have young kids anymore, but I do have aging parents, and I often wonder. You better not twist my mom’s wig. You better not give my father the bed bugs. And you better not rob from their commissary. That’s not what they call it, but you know what I’m saying. (audience laughs) (laughs) You know what I mean. (audience applauds) They don’t live like that yet, but I often think about stuff like that. Anyway, look, this show is about to go more downhill. (audience laughs)
Yeah! It’s gonna be cheerful. Let me tell you something. The End Zone Dance, somebody’s gonna go to the Superbowl, courtesy of us. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) It’s very entertaining. In the meantime, to go even further down, Luenell is up next. So grab a snack and come on back. (upbeat music) Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Woo hoo, woo hoo! Woo hoo, woo hoo! Here we go. Now look, our first guest is just going to take over the entire show. (audience laughs) Just sit back and watch her do her thing. I remember when I was in Vegas at one point and she’s a comedian and I now do comedy when I get time and my son walked into the room and she and I were just sittin’ there with a little brown and tossing around, just laughing. And my son walked in like, “Mom, I’m going downstairs to (gasps) “Oh my gosh!” He fanned out. I had no idea he knew. She spans generations. She’s a friend of mine. She’s funny visually and verbally. Give it up for Luenell. (upbeat music) (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) (upbeat music) Do you remember that?
No. We were sittin’ there in the suite having a good ole girl time, just me and you. Yeah.
And Kev walked in on us
And lost it. and lost his mind. And I was like, “You know who Luenell is?” He was like, “Mom, shut up.” All the boys know who I am, Wendy. (audience applauds) And that was three years ago. Luenell, I love your outfit.
Thank you. (audience applauds) It’s so cute. And a lotta girls would not dare to wear. They’d put on leggings with it and stop the show. Well, Angela Dean made this dress. You know Angela Dean?
Yes. She wanted me to have my legs out for a change. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Accentuate the positive and put feathers on the negative. So accentuate the shoulders and the legs and we ain’t gonna worry about this right here. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Shoe cam, please. Oh, I’m on shoe cam. There you go. Look, twirl. Really sexy. Oh look, toe cam, too, baby. Toe cam! (whimsical music)
(Luenell laughs) (audience applauds) Yes, yes! Thanks for the carpet. They’re Fendi. They’re going back tomorrow. For Fendi!
(audience cheers) Luenell has been doing nail art for so long and now everyone’s doing. Nail cam, please. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Found this little girl on Instagram in Phoenix, honey. She’s the truth.
They look heavy as hell. They’re not. Everything about me is heavy, what’s your point? Oh, no no. Look, but if one breaks off, do they break to the blood? Well, I don’t know ’cause I ain’t broke none. I’ll let you know.
Okay. I’ll let you know.
All right. I’m not new to this, I’m true to this. I know how to get. (audience applauds) So Luenell’s got this fabulous daughter and Luenell gets along with her ex, but she’s a single mom and Luenell is working her behind off telling jokes and traveling the country. She doesn’t necessarily like traveling everywhere. No.
She’d prefer to have a permanent spot.
Yes. ‘Cause we’re women of a particular age. I like how you say that, Wendy. Well, you’re the only one I can call ’cause in New York when I wake up ’cause I gotta go to the bathroom two o’clock in the morning and then– I thought it was just me, girl. No, no, you gotta go to the bathroom and then sometimes you don’t go back to sleep until maybe 3:30. And you don’t have anybody to call ’cause it’s New York, everybody’s asleep. Yup.
She calls me. But you know what? And you’re always awake. I’m always awake. She answers on the first brr. It’s not even bring.
What up, what up? What up? And we talk literally, I feel like we talk like two guys. We do talk like two guys.
We’re disgusting. We’re disgusting. This is all a facade.
Uh-huh. I don’t wanna get canceled. Her and I, oh no. We definitely talk like two guys. Give me some.
Oh, I’m sorry! Ew, oh wait, I don’t wanna break a nail. (audience laughs) (Wendy groans) (audience applauds) So Luenell has this daughter that she adores and she goes through all this stuff moving her into the dorm, helping her with the applications, getting her into college. So she’s finally there and next thing I know, it’s two o’clock in the morning, I’m going to the bathroom, I call you up and you tell me, “Did you see the Grammys?” I said, “Well, I wasn’t watching, but I saw Lizzo.” So then you said, “Well, rewind it.” I said, “I don’t know how to work my stuff like that.” But Luenell’s daughter performed. So your daughter’s a dancer. My daughter’s a dancer. (audience applauds) Dancing hard. And Luenell has a very big mouth, so it’s stupid to ask you are you a stage mom because I can only picture you just– Yes, I’m the loudest mama at the function. That’s my baby! Go, baby, go go go! (audience applauds) It was ironic because actually I met Lizzo briefly. There’s your daughter, too, look at her go! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, oh my. Where’d she get all that? She got that from her mama, I guess. That squattin’ for sure she got from me. Now how old is she? She’s 24, she’s outta college now. She’s been a dancer since church.
It seemed like just yesterday.
She started in church. Dancing in church? A praise dancer.
Like that? Not like that. More like this. Okay, okay. And then it turned into that. She had a knack for it. It’s not like she’s a little magic and I had to push her into it. Right. She started dancing at church and then I could honestly say that dance kept my daughter off the street, you know? ‘Cause I wasn’t home a lot. Touring as a single mom. Trying to tour and pay bills. (audience applauds) Yeah, go ahead Luenell. So my daughter would get outta school and go straight to dance. Straight to dance and then come home and lay on the floor and do homework and fall asleep. Back to school, straight to dance. And it wasn’t like we had to push her. She had a knack for it and she loved it. Then, as far as dancing with Lizzo, I met Lizzo briefly because I was at “Saturday Night Live” for Eddie’s return. Which was spectacular. Was spectacular! (audience applauds) And everyone was there. So Luenell calls me when she gets to New York. She’s like, “I’m on my way.” Then you sent me, you really clog up my phone with pictures. No, no, no I don’t.
Yes. Yes, but no, they’re legendary pictures. She sends me 1500 pictures.
Oh yeah, I do. It’s her and Eddie, her and Kenan. You really are that girl. Well, I try to be that girl. It’s just that I get excited. I still get excited when I meet people. But people get excited when they meet you. Because otherwise you wouldn’t have been allowed backstage. You know what I mean?
(audience applauds) All right, so now we gotta move on. That must feel good.
It does, girl. Short hair and then the long nails. Yeah, and the boys love it, too. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Are you steady with anyone now? It’s complicated, Wendy. You know my relationships are complicated. Well, Fran Drescher is 62 and she says that she’s gotten a maintenance man who comes in twice a month and he comes in and they get in her hot tub. They don’t go out, it’s not a public thing. They watch tennis and movies, they spoon, they got the sex, and then he leaves. Well, yeah, you need to have one of those. But I need maintenance more than once a month. (audience applauds) Twice a month. That’s what me and Dr. Drew said, too. A little bit more. How is maintenance on the road? Do you have a man in every city? How does that work? No, I don’t have a man in every city. Wendy, you know I’m a married woman. I’m asking just to, look, I know. There are a lot of people who might be watching and saying, “Who is this girl in the dress who’s so funny?” It’s Luenell. Listen, listen. Ladies, listen. I like men. Men like me.
Yes! And if men like me, then I really like ’em. (audience laughs)
(audience applauds) I got a lotta friends and stuff like that because you know what? Being a comedian can only help in your love life because you can laugh the pants right off of somebody. And men are always so, women are always putting some, sometimes us women can put a lot on guys. I need this and I want this and I need this and I want that. We talk about this all the time. And I don’t need any of that from you.
Nope. I don’t even need you. But I like you.
But I like you. And I want you.
And I want you. So that’s fun. Wait, one more thing. No Brendan, not goodbye. Because here’s the piece de resistance and then we’ve gotta stop, so be quick with this. Remember when you called me you told me the secret about Kimmel and I told you I can keep a secret? You all don’t believe me. I kept that secret until you said let her rip. So talk about a second run with your residency. I’m one of the only two– It went so good the first time that. I’m one of the only two black women who have a residency doing stand-up comedy in Las Vegas. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) At the Jimmy Kimmel Comedy Club every Sunday night at 10PM. You may say, “Sunday night, I gotta go to work.” That’s what we say. Well you ain’t gonna see the show. But if you’re in Vegas, then you’re not going to work on Monday ’cause you’re prepared.
That’s right. Let me just tell you, she’s disgusting. There’s a Christian soul, but not the Christian– I’m not disgusting, Wendy.
Yes, you are. No, I’m not. You’re filthy. Nobody never described me as disgusting. I’m explicit, I’m very explicit. (audience applauds) My dear friend Luenell, everybody. For more information on Luenell’s tour residency or whatever, love this woman, go to WendyShow.com. Ask Wendy is next. (audience cheers) (upbeat music) Woo! There’s two shows going on here. It’s time for Ask Wendy, how you doin’? Hi, Wendy, I’m Gigi. How you doin’?
All right, Gigi with the poof.
All right. What can I help you with, Gigi? Well, I’m currently dating two men. (audience oohs) One is a bit younger than me. How much?
He’s 29-ish. Okay, how old are you-ish?
I’m 50. Oh, okay! (Gigi laughs)
(audience applauds) Anyway, the other one is a little older. He’s a 65-ish. He takes me out to eat in his fancy car, you know? So my question to you is the younger one is getting attached, so I wanna know should I just stick with the more established man and leave the sandbox alone? I like to play in the sandbox a little bit. You read headlines, you know we’re in the same position. Yes.
I can tell you something. I don’t want a man who still wants children ’cause– No.
That’s what I’m saying. I’m done with that.
He’s getting attached then maybe you’ll get, leave him alone. But I also,
Wendy. even though I’m 55, 65 is (groans). He can’t keep up with me too much. You know what? Have fun, stay neutral, and stay focused. Okay.
No more kids. No.
And we’re not that old. No we not.
Okay? Keep doin’ it.
Okay. What? Oh my gosh.
(audience applauds) Up next, our End Zone Dance Off. Please be watching. (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) (audience cheers)
(upbeat music) I love this show so much it’s so ridiculous. Okay, it’s time for our annual, and I’m talkin’ 11 years we’ve been doing this. (audience cheers)
Our annual End Zone Dance Off. Three Wendy watchers are gonna compete. Who has the best dance touchdown moves? Mr. Announcer, tell ’em what they’re playing for. Our friends at HotelPlanner.com are giving you two tickets to the Superbowl! Hotel Planner is one of the largest online group hotel booking sites in the world and they’re flying you and a guest to Miami for the big game. Hotel Planner offers the lowest rates in over 1 million hotels, condos, and other accommodations. You’ll be staying for free at the stunning Beachwalk and Lee Hotel and Resort. This trip is valued at over $3500. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Whoever wins, please don’t get arrested, okay? Don’t put a soil on a show that’s already soiled. (audience laughs) All right, our first contestant in Deanna. Deanna, take the position. (audience cheers) When I say touchdown, you commence the dancing. Ready? I was born ready, Wendy, how you doin’? Touchdown! ♪ When I walk in the club ♪ ♪ All eyes on me ♪ ♪ I’m with the party rock crew, all drinks are free ♪ ♪ We like Ciroc ♪ ♪ We love Patron ♪ ♪ We came to party rock ♪ ♪ Everybody it’s on ♪ Ow! (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Ow, ow, ow. Sabrina, you’re next. Sabrina, take your position. When I say touchdown, get to dancing. Got it.
All right, take your position. Oh, okay, touchdown, go! ♪ Shots shots shots shots shots shots ♪ ♪ Shots shots shots shots shots ♪ ♪ Shots shots shots shots shots ♪ ♪ Everybody ♪ ♪ Shots shots shots shots shots shots ♪ ♪ Shots shots shots shots shots ♪ ♪ Shots shots shots shots shots ♪ ♪ Everybody ♪ ♪ Hey hey hey hey hey ♪ (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Okay, our final contestant is a man named Lawrence. Lawrence, come over with your MC Hammer pants. Take your position. When I say touchdown, get to it, okay? Okay.
Touchdown! ♪ Hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ Hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ Let me see ya do it ♪ ♪ Hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ Hey hey hey, yeah, hey hey ♪ ♪ Yeah check it, let’s go ♪ (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) Okay. It’s a tight race, but when we come back, we’re gonna crown our winner. Please don’t go far. (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Hi, so during the break, the studio audience voted and the winner for our End Zone Dance Off is Lawrence! (audience cheers) I gotta tell you. Look, runners up, they got a $250 cash gift card. Look, the way you jumped, and then you went for the death drop and didn’t split your thing, woo, girl, boy. Thank you. Whatever you do.
Thank you, thank you. Thank you. Enjoy the Superbowl. I love you so much.
We’ll be right back. (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Make some noise if you’re having fun. (audience cheers)
(audience applauds) The tickets are free. Go to WendyShow.com. We’ll be right back. (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) (Wendy laughing) Monday, full hour of hot topics. I love you for watching, have a safe weekend. See you next time on “Wendy”, bye. (audience cheers) ♪ How you doin’ ♪ (dinging)
How you doin’? (coughing) Nice. (electronic beeping)