Wendy Williams’ brother gives health update amid her dementia diagnosis

Wendy Williams was recently diagnosed with dementia and aphasia

By Web Desk
February 28, 2024
Wendy Williams was placed in a court-ordered guardianship in 2022 amid her declining health and alcoholism

Wendy Williams is well on the road to recovery.

Wendy’s brother, Tommy Williams Jr., told US Weekly on Wednesday that the media personality 59, is showing “substantial amount of improvement” while undergoing treatment in an undisclosed treatment facility.


“When I speak to Wendy, she sounds fine. Wendy has improved. I know my sister from where she was to where she is now, and she has a substantial amount of improvement, Tommy told the outlet, adding that “it’s dialogue and conversation, topics, content, speech pattern, everything.”

Tommy also reassured fans that the talkshow host’s condition depicted by the new documentary Where Is Wendy Williams? was that of the past.

“The past was obvious. We saw it. She was in a worse state, and the [documentary] depicted it. Now [she is in] a different state,” he clarified.

Wendy was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia and aphasia, which her team announced last week.

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Per a press release by her team, Wendy is “still able to do many things for herself” and has even maintained her “trademark sense of humour.”