• Wendy Williams has been missing doctor appointments while staying in Florida, a report says
  • Friends reportedly want the talk show host to return to New York, so she can get back on track
  • Williams was allegedly “pissed” that her talk show got canceled because it was “all she had”

Wendy Williams’ friends are reportedly afraid that she’s in a downward spiral amid the cancellation of her eponymous talk show.

One of her longtime pals revealed this week that the 57-year-old TV personality has been skipping her doctor appointments while she’s staying in Florida with her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., 21.

“Wendy is missing her medical appointments down in Florida. People are very worried about Wendy and her wellbeing,” the unnamed friend exclusively told Page Six Saturday.

Williams’ friend went on to say that they want the host to return to New York City, so they could “get her back on track.”

The news comes just a few days after Williams’ spokesperson Howard Bragman issued a statement, saying that the talk show host was “very grateful” to Debmar-Mercury, the producer-distributor of her show, after the cancellation announcement.

Bragman added that Williams was understanding of the decision since she wasn’t able to appear on her own talk show throughout its current Season 13 run.

In addition to “The Wendy Williams Show” cancellation, it was also confirmed that Sherri Shepherd would be talking over Williams’ time slot come fall season with her own talk show, “Sherri.”

However, a show insider might have revealed how Williams really felt when she got the news that she was being replaced. The unnamed tipster told the New York Post that she was actually “pissed.”

“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.

Aside from health concerns, including her battle with Graves’ disease complications and her breakthrough COVID-19 infection, Williams was not able to sit on her iconic purple chair this season due to personal issues.

Moreover, it has been revealed that Williams had been struggling with her finances after Wells Fargo decided to freeze her assets over claims that she was an “incapacitated person” who needed guardianship, People reported.

To address the issue, Williams hired attorney LaShawn Thomas and filed an affidavit in New York Supreme Court earlier this month, insisting that Lori Schiller, her former financial adviser, alleged that she was of “unsound mind” because Schiller was a “disgruntled” ex-employee.

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Wendy Williams pictured at "Shade 45" hosted by Sway at SiriusXM Studios on July 13, 2017, in New York City. Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images