Wendy Williams has no plans to become a Bravolebrity.
A report claimed that Andy Cohen was “begging” the daytime talk show host, 55, to join “The Real Housewives of New York City” even if only for one season, but Page Six can exclusively confirm that the rumor is 100 percent false.
“There’s absolutely no way Wendy would ever join the Housewives franchise,” a source told Page Six. “It’s beneath her.”
Though she won’t participate in the hit reality TV series, it appears Williams is confident she’d only make it more successful.
“But if she did do it, it would be the most-watched show on television!” our source gushed.
A second source also told us the rumor is definitely not true.
A rep for Bravo told us the network doesn’t comment on casting.
Williams has been documenting her single life after filing for divorce from Kevin Hunter, and Cohen gushed over her newfound life when he appeared on “The Wendy Williams Show” after a six-year absence.
“Your husband [Kevin Hunter] was not my biggest fan,” said Cohen, 51. “I’ve been cheering you on for the last six years.”
He added, “I’m so excited about Wendy in the city.”
This article originally appeared in Page Six.