It Was Really Scary

50 Cent Laughs At Wendy Williams Following Her Live Faint On TV He Says That 'It Looks Like Bad Acting'

50 Cent Laughs At Wendy Williams Following Her Live Faint On TV He Says That 'It Looks Like Bad Acting'

After Wendy Williams fainted on live national television Tuesday - saying then it was the result of heat exhaustion - the daytime talk show host is addressing the "scary" episode.

Disguised as the statue of Liberty on the occasion of Halloween, host Wendy Williams has made a malaise full live because of his imposing costume.

"Maybe that's my fault for pushing myself too hard but I have a very, very hard work ethic", she said as she explained all she wanted to do was come back out and finish her show.

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"A lot of people thought that was a joke - me fainting on my set - no, that was not a joke", Williams asserted.

As a producer was talking in her ear about an upcoming segment, Williams said she started to feel "weird". "All I could think in the middle of the scare is, 'Don't pull the podium over on you".

To anyone who thought she'd vacate her purple chair anytime soon, she had this message: "I'm here for a long time".

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A stage hand immediately rushed to her side and the show went into a commercial break.

She reassured her fans that she's just fine now, with her blood pressure and heart rate remaining under control all throughout the drama.

After claiming she zoned out while she was being briefed, she explained she tried to stick it out until the end of the show as there were "only 12 more minutes" left. "The paramedics are in my office and they hooked me up to every EKG situation", she said.

"First of all, this is never going to happen again", she said. Everything was fine. I'm a 53-year-old middle-age woman going through what middle-age women go through.

Afterward, however, she did meet with EMTs who told her she was low on electrolytes.

"I'm a 53-year-old middle-aged woman going through what middle-aged women go through if you know what I mean", she quipped. She was determined to make this unfortunate instant of moving out of camera frame "as cute as I can make it".

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