Wendy Williams is already making plans for her next profession after her talk show ends, at least according to his brother, Tommy Williams.
This comes after RadarOnline.com exclusively reported the producers of The Wendy Williams Show are currently looking for a full-time replacement as her health condition continues to deteriorate.
Speaking to The Sun, Tommy revealed he and Wendy have discussed what might happen after her television career, which he believes she will thrive at it.
"We've talked about different things," he shared. "She's definitely kicked around some different ideas, all of which I know she'll be successful with, but time will tell."
He added the following career path for the 57-year-old TV personality might involve mentoring or coaching other media enthusiasts.
"I do believe that anything, post her career in television, if that were to be the case, would be involving youth and people who dream of doing something in the media," Wendy's younger brother explained. "She can show them some of the other ropes, not the regular ropes, but some of the other ropes - because Wendy knows a lot about those other ropes."
Tommy continued claiming his sister could provide tips and advice for the youth through a Masterclass or a CliffNotes.
"You probably have to go through a pledge period to see if you're qualified to take on this class," he gushed.
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In addition, Tommy, who currently resides in Florida, also opened up about his wishes to spend more time with his sister.
"I would love to have her down here as a neighbor or just have her come down more frequently," he said. "I do know that when once she's on the other side of some of these things that she's dealing with, there's no question she'll be here a lot more."
He also said he was never worried about Wendy's next chapter in her life, saying, "it's not a big deal" and that "she's been through so much, I've been there with her through so much."
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, since September this year, Wendy had gone through health problems, causing her talk show to be postponed multiple times. Eventually, the producers decided to find temporary hosts to take over the stage, including Michael Rappaport, Leah Remini, and Sherri Shepherd.
An insider told us, the hosts have reportedly brought up the ratings for The Wendy Williams Show and producers are now looking for a permanent host.
"No-one expected ratings to go up 32% without Wendy," the source claimed. "The fill-in hosts were just supposed to keep the show's lights on until Wendy was well enough to return. It was assumed that without Wendy, the audience would not watch, but that has not been the case. In fact, when Sherri Shepherd took over, she not only retained all of Wendy's fans but also brought in a whole new audience too. This is why the search has changed from finding a temporary replacement to a full-time one."