• “The Wendy Williams Show” announced a new lineup of guest hosts for March
  • Williams’ successor, Sherri Shepherd, is once again taking over the purple chair
  • Carson Kressley and Vivica A. Fox are debuting as guests hosts in the final week

“The Wendy Williams Show” will continue to bring in guests hosts for March, ahead of the talk show’s finale.

On Tuesday, the show released an update on its official Instagram account, announcing the lineup of guest hosts for this month. The roster includes comedian Kym Whitley, rapper Remy Ma and TV personality Sherri Shepherd, who will succeed Williams with her own talk show come fall 2022.

The month will kick off with Whitley and actor Finesse Mitchell taking over the show from March 7 through 11. Remy Ma and fellow rapper Fat Joe are hosting the week of March 14 through 18.

Shepherd will host solo and sit on the iconic purple chair from March 21 through 25. Meanwhile, Carson Kressley and actress Vivica A. Fox are debuting as guests hosts on March 28 and will be taking over until April 1.

Throughout the Season 13 run of the talk show so far, Shepherd and Michael Rapaport have been the leading guest hosts with Williams out, but Rapaport was not included in the March lineup.

Rapaport’s absence would be understandable, considering that he recently snagged a recurring role in the Hulu comedy series “Only Murders in the Building,” which stars Steve Martin, Selena Gomez and Martin Short. He was also tapped to star in the upcoming Hulu series “Life & Beth” alongside Amy Schumer, as per Deadline.

The announcement of the new lineup of guest hosts comes after the news that “The Wendy Williams Show” would be wrapping up after the current season. The decision to cancel the talk show was made after the titular host stepped back from the series while battling health issues.

Williams has not made a single appearance on her talk show since it premiered in October. In a statement, Wendy’s spokesperson Howard Bragman said she understood the bosses’ decision and was “incredibly grateful” to Debmar-Mercury, the producer-distributor of her longtime talk show, and all the viewers.

However, a show insider revealed via the New York Post over the weekend that Williams was actually “pissed” when she heard about the cancellation.

“A lot of people are concerned about Wendy right now, but it seems like things are getting worse. Wendy is pissed right now. You have to understand her talk show was pretty much all she had. It was her passion, so now what?” the insider said.

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Wendy Williams attends The Match on Sept. 29, 2014 in New York City. Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Match