‘Wendy Williams Show’ Website, Social Media Erased, Fans React

“They are trying to erase Wendy Williams' legacy right in front of our eyes,” one fan said on Twitter.

After the Wendy Williams Show was canceled, fans were dealt another blow after all traces of the popular daytime talk show was seemingly erased from the internet.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Williams’ followers noticed that the show’s official YouTube channel, Instagram account, and website have been marked inaccessible.

A memorandum stating, “Sorry, this page isn’t available” error appeared on the IG handle @WendyShow.

RELATED: Wendy Williams Reveals Her Next Career Move is still listed as a claimed domain on GoDaddy’s registrar.

One fan tweeted, “They are trying to erase Wendy Williams' legacy right in front of our eyes. They know her YouTube channel is our last memory of her iconic talk show.

Blogger Ken Barbie said, “So… they booted Wendy Williams from her show that she worked nearly 14 years to build, deleted its official YouTube, and social media accounts…”

The show officially came to an end in June, with host Sherri Shepherd.

Despite the ending of her show, the 57-year-old entrepreneur is looking forward to her podcast.

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