Wendy Williams returned to her talk show on Tuesday and she stopped nothing short of spilling all the tea about her time off. 

After the Hot Topics segment on "The Wendy Williams Show," Williams recounted what happened during her five weeks off. She detailed her time spent in Los Angeles, going out with Angela (Blac Chyna) and how friends tried to set her up with a new man. As she explained her feelings about being set up, the talk show host accidentally revealed her current relationship status. 

"Well, I'm not on the market anymore," she admitted. "I'm not in love but there's somebody that I'm crazy about."  

Williams went on to explain that her new beau isn't who everyone might think it is. "It's not who you think. Mother doesn't deal with children," the 54-year-old said, apparently referring to 27-year-old Marc Tomlin who she's been seen hanging out with.

"When it comes time for the comfort of a man I need someone in his 50's too. And he's got to work. It helps that he's a doctor," Williams added.

Although Williams made it very obvious that she did not mean to spill her new man's occupation, she gave viewers a few more details before moving on to her next topic. 

"He's been married. His kids are in their 20s," she shared. "Yes, he's black."

Williams didn't offer up any extra information about her new love interest but that hasn't stopped people from trying to identify this mystery man. So far, it doesn't seem anyone has figured out who he is but fans have figured out who it isn't.

One man who has no romantic affiliation with the TV personality is Dr. Darrin Porcher. Porcher, who currently works as a professor at Pace University, told Page Six directly that the two are not together but joked that he wouldn't exactly mind if it were.  

"It’s flattering to hear, but it’s not the case," he said, jokingly adding, "I wish that was the case, but I shouldn’t say that because I do have somebody."

At the time, there are no other leads into who Williams may be dating but surely it's only a matter of time. In the meanwhile, viewers can watch "The Wendy Williams Show" daily to look for more clues.