Share this @internewscast.com
The “Wendy Williams Show” may be trying to erase any mention of the talk show from the world wide web.
The official series’ YouTube page, Instagram account and website have seemingly been deleted following the show’s cancellation.
Eagle-eyed fans noticed the pages being down over the weekend. On Instagram, the handle’s feed showed a “Sorry, this page isn’t available.”
The website and the video channel are also both nowhere to be found.
The Post reached out to the “Wendy Williams Show” reps for comment.
The final episode of the chat series aired on June 17 and came to an end after 13 years on the air.
However, Wendy Williams herself did not appear to say goodbye. Various guest hosts including Michael Rapaport, Sherri Shepherd and Leah Remini have taken over hosting duties in the last few months.
Shepherd, 55, will now host her own talk show and will be taking up Williams’ slot. “Sherri” is set to premiere on Sept. 12.
The “Think Like a Man” star, 57, has been suffering from lymphedema and noted last month that she only has “maybe five percent” feeling left in her feet.
She showed off her swollen leg while speaking to TMZ at the time and explained her condition has worsened since leaving her talk show.
“Do you see this? [My foot] is up and down. I can only feel maybe five percent of my feet, do you understand?” she said, adding that she doesn’t need a wheelchair and can “stand up” on her own.
Lymphedema is caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system and leads to the swelling of certain parts of the arms and legs.
Williams also told the outlet that she was strongly thinking about starting a podcast.
“Podcasts will make more money for me being famous than doing ‘The Wendy Williams Show.’ So, podcast. Where will I go? I’m not sure. Europe? France? Wherever I want to go,” she said.
“I am 100 percent retired in ‘The Wendy Williams Show,’” she added. “I don’t want to be on TV except for guest hosting. I love Whoopi Goldberg, I love ‘The View.’ I love those girls. An hour, two hours, but I don’t want to be in partnership. Maybe, maybe not. I don’t know.”