Wendy Williams is reportedly selling off her personal belongings in her NYC condo as she gears up for a mega cross-country move.
The former daytime talk show host is said to have told pals about a move to Los Angeles in the next few weeks in a bid to start afresh.
“Wendy has been calling people asking them to help sell all her stuff,” a source told the Sun.
“She is asking for recommendations on places that can sell furniture for you.”
Among the many items up for grabs from her $3 million penthouse apartment is her iconic purple chair, which fans have come to love during her controversial “Hot Topics” segment.
Other items include her furniture, as well as other eclectic home decor items that have been featured during lockdown when she filmed her show from home, the outlet adds.
Page Six has reached out to reps for Williams for comment.
The rumored move comes days after the 58-year-old teased that she’s got some projects in development, including a possible reality show.
Page Six recently confirmed that contrary to a report claiming otherwise, the star’s hotly anticipated podcast has not been canceled before its launch.
“We are still working behind the scenes on several projects. There has been no official cancellation of the podcast,” Williams’ publicist, Shawn Zanotti, told us exclusively.
It’s been a rocky few months for the TV star, after she checked back into rehab for substance abuse issues back in September 2022, Page Six revealed at the time.
After nearly two months of treatment in an undisclosed facility, she said she was “better than ever.”
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“We are happy to report that Wendy Williams is home and healing after being in a wellness facility since August,” her rep said in a statement at the time.
“Wendy is excited about the road ahead and looking forward to releasing her many projects.”
Williams was recently spotted slurping on the booze at various NYC hotspots, including Fresco by Scotto and gay bar The Townhouse, sources told Page Six.
At Fresco by Scotto, Williams seemingly mixed business with pleasure as she was seen filming a mystery project at the Italian restaurant.
“She had a huge crew that basically turned Fresco by Scotto into a movie set … approximately 30 people in the crew. Lights, cameras, audio, producers, etc. [It] looked like a reality show,” a source shared with Page Six last month.
“One of the ‘scenes’ was Wendy having dinner with a friend. Wendy came into the dining room with her big personality waving at all the guests, like they were extras in her movie.”