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Hey! (audience cheering) Thank you for watching our show. Say hello to my co-host, my studio audience. (audience cheering) How you doin’? How you doin’? I’m doing great! Let’s get started, it’s time for Hot Topics. (audience cheering)
(upbeat music) Beautiful. Well… (audience cheering) Today, everybody have a seat, we only have an hour, we only have an hour. Okay, so today is a very big day here at Wendy, just because it’s Thursday, (audience laughing) junior Friday, the weekend relieves us. Say what’s up to my guest DJ, Vick One. Yeah, baby, yeah!
(audience cheering) Yeah (laughing). What’s up, Wendy? Boof is still my main guy, but Boof is on a plane coming back from some place, and you know what? I wanna mix it up, so I know Big Boy, “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” on 92.3 in L.A.? So I say to Big Boy, I called him up, ring (tongue popping). (audience laughing) Look, I know that Vick One is your DJ on your morning show, Big Boy is like a national treasure, friend to the show, we’ve been friends for decades. Anyway, so I said, do you think you can give Vick a day off to come and DJ and do his thing? And so he was like, “Yeah.” So I call Vick, he answers the phone, then I pass everything over to the show and they make it all happen. So far, so good, Vick? So far, excellent Everybody’s been nice to you?
Excellent! (Wendy laughing)
(audience cheering) How about that? How you doin’? (chuckling) What do you think about my co-host and all this? This is amazing, you know, I left L.A., I was on the first thing, smoking out of L.A., I came to New York, just popped in, this is amazing, Wendy, amazing! Thank you, Vick.
(audience cheering) (audience applauding) And the only thing I left him with was be prepared for loudness and dress the part. And you know I like a good sneaker. Yeah. Vick.
(enchanting music) Oh, okay. You’re right. Classic Jordan there, yes. So what I got on today is we got the Jordan Concord 11, one of my favesies right here, I know you’re a big Jordan head yourself, Wendy, so we had pull it out the stash and make it special for the show today, you know what I mean?
Thank you, Vick, thank you. Love it or not?
(audience cheering) Anywho, I’ve got a whole lot to reveal to you today but first I wanna talk about the (giggling), other than my shoulders. (audience gasping in awe) Right? (audience applauding) Suzanne, it’s the only thing that doesn’t gain weight. Your shoulders!
Yeah, like when all else fails, give ’em the shoulder, girls.
Exactly, sexy. You look sexy. I feel sexy. Good for you, mm-hmm. (audience whistling)
(audience cheering) Did you catch the train with the bedbugs? I thought about you. Only in New York we know this, the Forest Hill train had bedbugs. No, no! Yeah. No. You were on the train this morning? Yes! I stood, I was just with Brendan, I wasn’t near too many people, so I don’t think I caught anything. Are they, like, jumping off of people? I’ve never gotten a bedbug, but from what I understand, bedbugs, they jump like lice, they jump. Oh my God, I’m itching, I’m itching!
(audience laughing) It was the train in Forest Hills. Oh my God! Clap if you know what I’m talking about. Okay.
(audience clapping) How is this your train and you know nothing? I know nothing, I didn’t even know, I didn’t sit down anywhere, if that makes, it can help.
It can be in the bottom of your bell. Crawling up your legs. (Suzanne screaming) Oh my God. And you might need a Monistat, at the end of the day.
(Suzanne laughing) It’s true.
(Suzanne laughing) Let’s talk about the most beloved woman on the face of the Earth. There’s not a person I know who doesn’t either own or love Jessica Simpson. Aww.
(audience applauding) Right? You heard, maybe you didn’t, first of all, she’s got this book, this memoir, and she was gonna write it years ago but she said that if she wrote it years ago, that she would’ve lied to us, like she wasn’t ready to reveal her truth. You know, sometimes truth is something you need a beat to reveal. You know what I’m sayin’, Norman? (audience murmuring) (Wendy and Norman laughing) Anyway, so in the book, and thank God she waited ’cause she is an open book, and that’s what it’s called, her new memoir, “Open Book.” She talks about her drug and alcohol addiction and being sexually molested by her seven-year-old friend, when she was six, during a sleepover. Oh! All right, we’ll take it in parts. First of all she says there was a point where she needed to drink every single morning or she’d get the shakes. (audience gasping) And then she really started to depend on alcohol while she was secretly dating John Mayer because she never thought intellectually she would rise to the occasion of having great conver, you know, she was dating a man who she thought was so smart that she had to drink to I guess become smarter. (audience laughing) Hey Jessica, that’s normally the opposite. (audience laughing) But okay, and then, she did a self-imposed rehab where she called all of the experts into her home and they dried her out. So she doesn’t drink anymore and she’s married to that really good-looking guy, I forget his name,
Eric Johnson. Eric Johnson, and they’ve got three beautiful kids, and he gave up drinking for Jessica, to support her, and the kids are adorable and… (audience applauding)
Yeah. And she had a few private signs that she should give up drinking. The big one was when she went in for a tummy tuck and the doctor was like, “Okay, but “you can’t get a tummy tuck, “you can’t go under surgery because your liver is “like a piece of Swiss cheese.” Doctor didn’t say that but I’m trying to be dramatic for you, I like for you to draw a picture in your mind. So Jessica was like, “Oh my gosh,” and she realized she needed help three years ago on Halloween also. She went to her son’s assembly at school, 7:30 in the morning and she was bombed. (audience gasping) 7:30. Suzanne, don’t act like you’ve never seen it. (audience laughing) Yeah, you know. I used to live in the suburbs. You see something, acknowledge something, Uh-huh, I’ve seen it.
Okay? Anyway, and then she was addicted to diet pills since she was 17 because the man who’s always at the middle of everything, Tommy Mottola, told her that she was fat. Oh! Now you remember Tommy Mottola was married to Mariah Carey and then helped make Jennifer Lopez a star over Mariah Carey just so Mariah be mad ’cause Mariah escaped. And now he’s married to… Thalia.
Thalia, Thalia, and I guess he’s not up to that anymore because we never hear anything about them. Norman?
I don’t know, I don’t know, I don’t hear anything, but you know. People don’t change. (Norman laughing)
(audience laughing) People can change. I know, I know, I’m just kidding, I’m kidding. We love Tommy. Oh. We love Tommy, darling. Anyway, remember when John Mayer, she writes about this in the book too, when John Mayer said she was sexual napalm. She said, “I’m mortified, my parents are gonna read this,” and they’re only two women in our Hot Topics morning meeting and we’re both similar in age and we were both, like, there’s no insult there. (audience laughing) (audience applauding) Clap if you’d be insulted if a man called you sexual napalm. (scattered clapping) (audience laughing) Norman said he’d be insulting, or insulted. (Norman giggling) I don’t know why. (Norman laughing)
(audience laughing) By the way, I’m going on Jimmy Fallon tonight. (audience cheering and applauding) I like Jimmy a whole lot, I’m gonna be on there, hi, Jimmy. (audience laughing) I’ve been on his show several times, last time I was there was in 2018, and times before that, and I’ve socialized with them and stuff, so he’s a really easy conversationalist and we’re gonna have a good ol’ sitdown. (audience applauding) All right, I wanna talk to you about something very, very serious. I’ve been going through this now for a moment and I would like to have a private conversation with you, okay? (audience laughing) Fartgate. (audience screaming and laughing) Now let me tell you something right now, okay? (audience murmuring) I do a lot here on this show, as a matter of fact, I might’ve invented a lot because now all other talk shows are trying to do a lot but this is just me, just Wendy. (audience cheering) I don’t lean over like this to release a fart, I’m leaning over like this ’cause it’s comfortable. If I sit like this all the time, it’s heavy on my spine, I don’t have the back, I’m not trying to get the back, I like to release my hips and lean. (audience applauding) You know what I’m sayin’? (audience applauding) And if I shift my wig or I belch or rub my teeth, I’ve been doing this for 11 years, okay, on this show. (audience applauding) I have never farted once on this show, as a matter of fact, I barely fart, you know why? Because gas gets released several different ways and mine is belching ’cause all I do is talk. (audience laughing) (Wendy belching) Excuse me.
(audience laughing) Anyway, it went viral and I was like, no, ’cause I would’ve made a big deal, like if I farted, I would’ve definitely been laugh, ’cause farts are always funny. (audience laughing) Just take a look at the clip and then I am going to go more in depth. That cop wasn’t playin’ that, I mean, (farting) you’re lucky you only got battery. What if he filed for sexual assault? (audience laughing)
(audience murmuring) Okay, I just wanna make sure that you all are on board with this. Clap if you know about Fartgate. (audience clapping) All right. First of all, I went on with the story, now you know a girl like me would’ve been laughing at that. Second of all, by the sound of that fart, I would’ve had to go change my costume, (audience laughing) I would’ve left a mark in the seat, I wouldn’t have even save the costume, I would’ve thrown it away. It’d probably be soiled beyond soiltivity. (Norman laughing) What I suspect, ’cause me and my manager Bernie, we went over it, I’m like, “Bernie, I gotta do Fartgate.” And so we said, “Wendy, I saw it, it’s so stupid, “clearly there’s somebody who superimposed the sound.” And people do that all the time, you know what I’m sayin’? And then it goes viral and whatever. So that’s what’s up with Fartgate, although Norman says he’s got another theory. I checked the tapes, the sound is there, it’s not superimposed, but I promise to God,
(audience laughing) I promise to God, when that was happening…
Wait, wait, stop. I would like to have a second person to weigh in on this. Okay.
(audience laughing) My trustee Steve John Anderson, John? John, are you around?
Yeah. ‘Cause John knows stuff. John, just stay right here.
(audience applauding) John. Yes, Wendy? You know a whole bunch of fun, and you know I know how to get down and dirty, there was no fart. Continue, Norman, listen to what Norman is saying, and then John, I want you to chime in. Come on closer so you’re in the screenshot. So during the show, there was, like, an incredible hissing noise, I didn’t hear a hiss. You didn’t hear it but it was very distracting to me, so I’m like, in the control, I’m like, guys, there’s a hissing noise, what is that? It sounds crazy, but Kate the Chemist was here. That was when Kate the Chemist day, okay John? So we were doing an experiment out here with a tank, it’s called air gas, and we didn’t have the proper hose for it. So I’m doing Hot Topics the whole time, not realizing any of this chaos is going on. So what this tank was supposed to do is we were filling up a fish tank backstage and we didn’t have the proper hose. So in other words, when you drop a piece of aluminum foil, inside the tank, it’s supposed to float in midair, so it wasn’t working, ’cause we didn’t have the proper hose and the air was just coming out and it was sputtering like somebody was fartin’. Oh my God (laughing).
(audience applauding) Okay, so that’s what it was. It wasn’t Wendy. (audience applauding) Thank you, John. You’re welcome, Wendy. (audience cheering) But farting is funny. You know, I did a little research, you know what I’m sayin’? Just so I can give you a few facts about farts, ’cause I apparently am not normal. They say the average human being farts between 14 and 26 times a day. No! I know! Clap if that’s you, be honest, clap if that’s… (scattered clapping) (audience murmuring) Now see, I was about to give you some rhythm during commercials but you just turned me all the way off, in the white shirt. That’s you? I see three, Suzanne? I don’t know what team they play, do you play for my team? (Norman laughing) They look like– They look– Yeah.
Right. Three strapping men in the front. They look like they fart a lot. (audience laughing) (Wendy laughing)
(audience applauding) In new life, I’m not gonna fart in front of any men. Oh no, no.
No, no, no. But if you gotta let it rip, you gotta let it rip sometimes.
No, no, no, you don’t, you hold that, you go in the other room. No, just in new life.
Evil. I’m not, no, there are a few different things that I’ve redesigned and one of them is I will not fart in front of a man. (audience laughing) I farted in front of Brendan, first date. (audience laughing) And you’ve been married ever since. Uh-huh. (audience laughing) Vick, are you still having a good time? I’m having a great time and all I can say is pass that gas! Pass that gas, yeah!
(audience applauding) Hey! So the Grammys are about to happen. Wait, first of all, you need to know that Vick is the house DJ for the hockey team. Los Angeles Kings. Okay, yes,
Yes. and also for the soccer team, the– L.A. Galaxy. And also, you used to be part of the… I’m still a part of the Los Angeles Chargers and I do a little bit of UCLA football as well. Okay.
Slight way, slight way. (audience applauding) And the Grammys are coming up, so immediately after the show you have to fly back to New York, Literally. L.A., ’cause what are you doing at the Grammys? So I have this super exclusive party I’m doing, super secretive, who’s throwing it, it’s in Downtown, can’t really namedrop where it’s at. Super boujee party going down, we’re not having pizza and wings, this is super crab cakes, big steaks. Are you married? I am married, yes. Aww! What, what, be happy for me. What, what, what? Be happy for me, I’m happy. I’m happy, I love my wife, yeah. Yeah, I love my wife, I love my son, it’s okay.
Just checking, just checking.
(audience applauding) Will you be married tonight? Yeah, I’m still married, yeah. Just checking. She’s watching, too, so you know what I mean? Hi baby, I love you.
All right, hi, Mrs. Vick. I like your husband, he’s very talented. Anyway.
(audience applauding) So look. Pam Anderson is now married for the fifth time. Aww! (audience applauding) I’ve always loved Pammy. We have a little boulevard here at the show named after her and Heather Locklear. Like there are a few people that we revere so much around here, that we have signs. You don’t see them out here but, you know. Anyway, so Pam is 52 and she married the Hollywood producer, John Peters, he’s 74. Well they had a private ceremony, and Pam and John dated once back in the ’80s after they met at the Playboy Mansion. That’s them back in the ’80s. John then proposed to Pam back then but she turned him down because of the big age difference. See, I still find a very, very big age difference, between even 52 and 74. Like I’m 55 and I don’t see myself
(audience laughing) with a 74-year-old man. Not even if he was account, like I’m not ready to retire to that life yet, you know what I’m sayin’? (audience laughing) Anyway, it’s the 5th marriage for both of them and apparently they’re very, very happy. You know, John produced “Caddyshack” and “Flashdance,” and “The Color Purple,” and “A Star is Born,” and he used to be the go-to hairdresser in Hollywood, and you know, to hear Harvey Levin tell it. Hi Harv, over at TMZ, he’s been with a lot of beautiful girls, like everything with two legs. (audience laughing) He says he could’ve had his pick of any woman in the world. Well he’s very confident, and apparently he’s very rich, and his hair is very luscious. (audience laughing) And his foundation is perfect. (audience cheering and applauding) It kinda looks like foundation, doesn’t it? (audience applauding) Or maybe that’s that Photoshopping thing or something, anyway, he looks good, but he said for years, he’s only wanted Pam. Aww! So everybody in our Hot Topics morning meeting was creeped out by that, except for me and Bookman, the other woman. Me and Book, if you’re watching and you’ve been looking at me for years, I wouldn’t be insulted by that at all. Norman says that’s a sign of the killer. (audience laughing) I don’t think, like… He’s been watching her for decades, it’s a little scary. (Norman laughing) Suzanne, does that scare you? No, that’s sexy. He probably saw that video, you know? Her with Tommy Lee?
Yeah. No, he was with her before Tommy Lee, so maybe she was sexual napalm, and no matter who else that he was with, he always closed his eyes and thought about Pam. Sometimes that happens. I think it’s very sweet that they’re together, finally.
I think so also. Anyway, everybody, if you clap a little louder, we can proceed to give you what you need. Up next, we got the legal scoop on Harvey Weinstein trial, so grab a snack and come on back. (upbeat music)
(audience cheering) ♪ Feel it, feel it, feel it ♪ ♪ You know you need it ♪ ♪ How you doin ♪ (upbeat music) All right, so we’re back. Harvey Weinstein’s trial is so boring to me, it’s ridiculous, just lock him up and throw away the key, I am bored. But apparently, it’s a big deal to you, it’s on the front page of all the newspapers today. This is the most important thing that people are talking about. So instead of talking about it myself, I called in my attorney friend, Midwin Charles. Go ahead, Midwin.
(Midwin laughing) Welcome back.
(audience applauding) Thank you, thanks for having me. I do want it from a legal perspective, why should we care? Like, lock him up. You know what? We should care because we should all care about the process, right? We should all care about what happened, the evidence and what have you. You have two accusers, right? You have one woman, who we don’t…
I thought there were 80? There were 80, and this is a very good point, there were 80 but only two accusers right now are dealing with the trial. You have one woman, who we don’t know who she is, she’s an aspiring actress. In 2013, she says that Harvey Weinstein forcibly raped her. The second accuser, mm-hmm, the second accuser, Mimi Haley, says that he physically overpowered her and forced himself on her in 2006. Exactly. He is looking at, if he’s convicted totally, he could be spending the rest of his life in jail. Now is that because of the years, that he could get, or is that because of his age, ’cause he’s 67. No, it’s the years he can get. One of the charges, so there are five charges in total. Predatory sexual assault, rape in the first degree, rape in the third degree, criminal sexual act in the first degree. Now that predatory sexual assault carries a sentence of 10 years to life. Oh! He may not get it, he may not get it, but that’s exactly what happens– He may not get it here in New York, ’cause I heard that he’s gotta go to the court several different places, like he’s been doing this. And that’s a good point,
Allegedly. eight women have come forward in Los Angeles, about 11 have come forward in London, so he’s gonna be spending quite a lot of money when you’re talking about legal fees. But to answer your question about the 80 women, right? 80 women have come forward, 80 women but only two on trial right now, and the reason why only two, one, the prosecutors decided just not to prosecute one of the cases. Two, a lot of women don’t wanna have to go through a trial like this, I mean, if you think about it,
Understood, you have to relive the trauma,
It’s very scary. it’s very scary, he’s a media mogul, he’s wealthy, the attention is just a lot. And also, what prosecutors do, if they’re really good prosecutors, is they pick the cases that they think they can really prove. They pick the cases where there’s enough evidence, they pick the cases where the victim is willing to participate, and the victim is credible when she gets on the stand. Hmm, so what’s his defense? Ha, his defense is what I call the ew defense. His defense is basically that these women took a long time to come forward so we shouldn’t believe them, that’s one. Two, these women also continued to communicate with him after it happened.
I heard that there are a bunch of text messages. When will they release those text messages? You know, I don’t know if they’re gonna release those text messages.
Between Harvey and the girls. That’s right, that’s right, and I’m guessing during the trial, some of them may come out, absolutely, but what I think is brilliant with this prosecution, what they’re doing, is they’re gonna have an expert, a psychotherapist who’s going to testify about why it is that victims of sexual assault take so long to come forward, right? I don’t even think you need an expert for that.
The mind frame is different. And this particular expert, Barbara Ziv, also testified at the Bill Cosby trial. Let me ask you about the jury selection, though, ’cause I heard the jury is, wait, how many people are on a jury, 12? 12.
I heard seven of them are white men.
12. No, six white men, one black guy, so seven men total, five women. But this is a white man’s world. (audience murmuring) (Midwin laughing) Just sayin’, so he might get off. And only two white women, which is interesting because the attorneys battled it out during jury selection because as you can imagine, the demographic that he has assaulted is white women, and so if you are the prosecutor, you want a lot of white women on the jury, if you’re the defense, you don’t want, and guess what ended up happening? Only two white women on that jury. So it’ll be interesting to see what the outcome is. But at the end of the day, when you’re talking about jury selection– But all of them have to vote guilty. That’s right, it has to be unanimous,
Every last one. every single last one, every single last one. All right, brother, come through. (audience and Midwin laughing) And what, you know (giggling). (audience applauding) And what the attorneys want, when they pick the jury, is they want a jury that is persuadable, they want a jury who’s going to keep an open mind, listen to all the evidence and come to a decision at the end of the trial. So none of us would ever qualify for jury ’cause…
(Midwin laughing) We are so judgmental. Well you know who did qualify? Supermodel Gigi Hadid.
I heard, and she didn’t protest it, is she going to be a part of the jury, if one of the jurors drop out?
She is not, she is not, she’s not an alternate, she was not chosen at all because during the jury selection process, they asked her whether she knew Harvey Weinstein and she was like, “Yeah.” So not only does she know him, she also knows a potential witness, who is Salma Hayek. So she was struck from the jury. All right, and I’m not giving any sympathy to the cane, the walker, the holding on to people. I mean, I know he just got back surgery, he looks older than Bill Cosby, and he’s only 67. (audience and Midwin laughing) Plus, I think a lot of that is dramatic effect. It is, it is, it’s dramatic effect, it’s not gonna fly. I mean, we all know Harvey Weinstein as a media mogul, a powerful man, a rich man, a kingmaker, I mean, this guy, he was printing out Oscars, you know what I mean? Whatever he touched turned to gold. That’s his reputation, so this whole Johnny-come-lately, I’m sick, I have a walker, it’s not gonna work, it’s not convincing. This is why
(audience applauding) I like for you to be here. Now, you heard it from the legal eagle, Midwin Charles, everybody. Thank you, Midwin.
Thank you. Up next, everybody, the hottest celebrity hair trends, don’t go far. (upbeat music)
(audience cheering) Woo, woo. (upbeat music)
(audience cheering) Woo, woo. I know, it was almost something everyone was doing. But the hair is everything. Go big or go home. Look, he’s back, okay? The hottest celebrity hair trends, the red carpet celebrities, this is our friend Chris Appleton. Thanks, guys, great to be back. Thank you, Wendy.
(audience cheering) Chris, okay, what’s the first hair trend, ’cause this is beautiful
come on now, right here.
let’s see what’s going on. Yeah, I mean I know you’re a big fan of big hair. Big hair is back, bigger than ever. So this was Angela Bassett, this was the SAG Awards. So big, natural texture’s back. This looks good. This is actually natural hair, so this is a natural texture and we added some pieces. So it’s super easy to do. I think with this look, when you enhance it and add some extra pieces,
It looks better. it just looks more dramatic, there’s a bit more going on. Really easy to do, I literally just took some sections– Did you do Angela’s hair here? I didn’t, no, but I loved the look, I think the look goes well.
I do as well. So these clip-on extensions…
I don’t love this look on me, though. Really?
No, no. I feel like you’d be good with big hair. I like big hair but just, I’ve tried, no. But see how it easy it is,
But it looks really good. just trying to get that big, natural sexy hair. She put this in and she literally, her shoulders went back, she stood a bit taller, she felt good about herself. This is powerful.
Is this normally you, Shanese?
It is, yes. Well, it’s fabulous, girl. Can she keep these hair pieces? You can get them in yourself. I do, I think you taught me really well, it looks like it would be super easy to do at home. Shanese, girl, mm-hmm. Let’s go, on to the next look. This is from Jennifer Lopez look, and Chris actually did do her hair at the…
I did. Golden Globes.
Golden Globes. Everybody hated the dress, we talked about it with the style squad, but one thing that I loved, I thought the hair won the whole contest. Yeah, some people loved it, some people didn’t. Listen, I say go big or go home. With a dress like that, we needed to make the hair a little bigger. Coco, have you ever had your hair done like this? No. You’re gonna love it. I love it. So far, so good. Alrighty.
All right. So the base is the bun at the back, basically this is like a padding underneath. You guys know those sponge donut things you got? Yeah! All I did is wrap that around, whipped it underneath, and then you got these braids, they’re synthetic, they’re not expensive, like $20. Braid it up and then what you need to do is wrap it around. Now it’s actually a super simple style but it’s just about adding the detail– It really is something special, and you know what? Synthetic hair is so much lighter So much lighter.
than human hair. So it’s not like you’re being pulled. It looks heavy but it’s not. Listen, you know what? That was actually the reason we used synthetic hair, Of course.
because, you know, she didn’t want to have a head, like it’s heavy, and it was all that had been in there for me. You see, it was almost like a crown. So is her dress. The dress was big, let’s not talk about that, let’s go back to the hair, let’s keep it to the hair, Wendy. Let’s keep it positive. I think that the whole look was, for me, I know, she looks like a queen with her hair. I wanted to give that snap look. It really is, this is beautiful and her makeup looked great and everything. Yours does too, Coco. Guys, just a tip for synthetic hair, you can’t always get the blend, that’s one of the things I like using, real hair ’cause you get the color blend. So sometimes I like to use, this is Color Wow, it’s a mineral powder, I just blend it, and you can just darken it down or kinda blend, like a synthetic blonde did. It’s also good around the hairline, just to put out. If you have eyeshadow, eyeshadow works the same way. Yeah, it’s good to sort of like fill it out, and you don’t have to spend a lot of money on hair, you can keep it relatively cheap, but I think it looks pretty dramatic. Coco, it’s beautiful. (audience applauding) You actually look really good with (mumbling). Oh, I like it, I like it up too but I don’t, yeah, my edges are challenged. (audience laughing) As most are, as most are. This lock beachy wave is gone, that was so 2019.
Kenya, beachy wave is gone. It is out. This was Kim K. at the People’s Choice Awards, so again, I pray that this is well. (audience applauding) It’s like just a undone (mumbling). That looks like a beachy wave, you’re confusing me. Don’t be confused, the difference is the beachy wave was like around the curling irons, it had that kinda bend in it, it was kind of undone. This is almost like a crimp. So this is what we used to create the look is basically a free-prong barrel, it looks a bit like a crimp-up, but you need the big size. Go big or go home, if you go to small, you’re gonna get like an ’80s vibe, you know? It’s not really in right now. And it’s as simple as clumping it, like this. Do you do regular
Keeping it up with hairpins.
people’s hair? Regular people, they’re all regular people to me. No, but you know, you’re just celebrities? Yeah, listen. I started doing this when I was nine years old, I did it ’cause I liked to do my mum’s hair, I noticed how good she felt when I did it, I worked in the salon, and now I work with celebrities, but honestly, it’s still the same, it’s about making people look and feel good. And I want real people at home to feel the same, you know? So they can pick up some tips along the way. All these looks are really good. Thank you, Chris, for being here. This is Chris Appleton,
Thank you for having me back.
everybody. Are you on the Gram? I’m on the Gram, yeah, chrisappleton1, you need to check that one out. There you go. For more information on these trends, you can go to wendyshow.com too. Ask Wendy is next.
This is hot. (upbeat music)
(audience applauding) Woo, woo. ♪ Feel it, feel it, feel it ♪ ♪ Come on you need it ♪ ♪ How you doin ♪ (upbeat music) Woo, woo. Hey, it’s time for Ask Wendy. Everybody have a seat, except for you. Hi. Hey Wendy, how you doin’? How you doin’? Hey, my name is Justin, I’m 23 and I have a problem. So basically, recently I was doing a bit of snooping and I found that my boyfriend has sex tapes with his ex still on his phone. Now he says he’s over his ex, so I’m wondering, do I confront him about it? Do I just delete it off his phone? Does he know that you were snooping? He doesn’t know I was snooping. How long have you been with him? For about six months now. About six. Well that’s long enough to be able to have a conversation. So why don’t you talk to him and play it off like you weren’t snooping, say a little something like this. Your phone was outta gas, and he was in the shower, and you needed to make a phone call, and you make sure that you make a phone call, like call your mom or something like that, you know what I’m sayin’? And then say, I just started flipping through innocently. Found it. And found it,
that’s the way, yeah. let’s have the conversation. In my opinion, he should’ve put those on a flash drive (audience laughing) and cleaned out his phone. (audience applauding) ‘Cause he’s only been with you for six months, For six months, yeah.
he might be over the old boyfriend, but you know how sometimes you wanna see a little something that you had? But he should’ve cleaned out his phone and put it on a flash drive, tuck that in a pair of socks and, like he’s sloppy. So have the conversation. I will, thank you, Wendy. (audience applauding) Come on over, how you doin’? Good, how you doing? Fine, thank you. Okay, my name is Julie, and I have a friend that came to my wedding, a really, really good friend from high school, and did not give a gift. It has been 10 years, and I still have not
Really, Julie? gotten a gift, still no card, nothing, and I’m coming up on my 10-year anniversary and I’m thinking maybe I should drop her a hint, that she still hasn’t given me a gift. No. Is she a better friend to you now than even back then? Um, yes, she is. Yeah, leave it alone. Okay. You know, it’s her fault for being tacky and not to give you a gift or a card, but it’s your fault for not, and I don’t wanna use the word confront, but having this conversation with her right after your honeymoon. And now it’s too late and now we’re all grown, and she’s a better friend than another gravy bowl anyway. So just don’t talk about it. Okay. Happy soon-to-be 10th anniversary. Thank you so much. All right, oh, more Ask Wendy is next. (upbeat music)
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(audience cheering) Woo, woo, woo, woo. Having a whole lotta fun here. DJ Vick One is on the set. Vick, I had no, sit down, everyone. I had no idea you were so New York. Right?
Yes! Like, I have no problem, though, going West Side, give me a Snoop, Xzibit, like I don’t mind that at all, not the whole rest of the show, I’m just sayin’, I know you know that. We gotta show love to the West Coast, though. And don’t forget Too Short, that nasty song.
Okay, okay. I see you, Wendy, I see you. (audience applauding) We’re still doing Ask Wendy. Come on over, how you, oh-oh. Mom and daughter? Grandma. Grandma, hi, hi.
How you doin’? Well how you doin’?
Good, how are you? I’m doing good.
What’s your name? My name is Mimi. Mimi, and… Connie. Hi you guys, how can I help? So I’m a hairstylist and my grandma is one of my clients. She’s like, always late, sometimes she doesn’t show, sometimes she cancels,
She doesn’t pay. she doesn’t pay, and I feel like I could be doin’, making money doing real clients, so my problem is, should I drop her as a client? Yes. (audience laughing) Yes. I’m saying, I got your opinion, ’cause you’re, like, her favorite person. I’m gonna tell you why, grandma. Why? Because she’s trying to make a living, and when she clears her chair for you and you don’t show up, that’s her missing money by the next person, grandma, and you don’t do this just once or twice, All the time. you do it all the time.
(audience laughing) Well, I feel I’m the matriarch of the family. Look, look, find her a new hair salon and send her over there. Perfect.
All right. Okay, so she’s gonna drop me? Yeah, she is. Yes, ’cause you haven’t changed your ways. Sorry, grandma.
(audience laughing) I love you, Wendy. All right, now. She said, “How dare you, Wendy?” (audience applauding) Come on over. You know what I’m sayin’?
Yeah. Hi, Wendy, I’m Marylou. How you doin’?
How you doin’? You having a good time? Yes, I’m having a great time. Okay, how can I help you? So I’ve been with my boyfriend for three years and I live in the city in San Francisco and he lives in the suburbs with his daughter, and he’s been asking me to move with him down to the suburbs. And I love him and I love his daughter, but I also love my city life. What should I do? Do you have children with him at all?
No. Do you have children at all? No. How old are you? 35. Is he marriage material after three years? He is, he is. And his daughter’s already, how old is his daughter? Four. Okay, she’s already like in the first grade zone, she has her friends there, so he’s not moving to you. A city is not really a great place to raise kids. No, and we’ve talked about that. But, at 35, a girl like you, I mean, (audience laughing) do you want to move in with him? Yes, yes I do.
(audience yelling) Do you do a profession where you can get a job in the new location with him? Yes, I sell real estate. Then I would say to you, after three years, and he’s marriage material, pack up that city life and move to the suburbs, but guess what? Welcome to being a stepmom. (Marylou laughing)
(audience applauding) Good luck. Thank you. Oh we have time for more, come on over. Hello, princess.
Hey Wendy. Thank you, how you doin’?
You having a good time? How you doin’?
So fun. Okay, so what’s your name? Asia. And how can I help you? So a really good friend of mine stopped talking to me about two months ago. She liked a guy who liked me and he asked me out. I declined, I told her I’m not even into him, my loyalty lies with you.
As a client, as a client? No, she’s a friend and he just liked me and liked to take me out. And I declined, I told her I’m not into him. Oh, you declined? Yes. And she has not talked to me. Well, you know, how long have you been friends with her? About two-three years. Can you drop her? I miss her friendship. Okay, then call her up and have the sitdown, because really, you declined, not because you were into him but because you weren’t into him, and she’s gotta grow up and understand. When you go out with your girlfriends, guys are always looking at the whole group and then they pick the one that they like. So even though she liked him, it’s not your fault if you’re hotter. (audience laughing) (audience applauding) And we’ll be right back. (upbeat music)
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(audience cheering) Ready? Here we go. And I did not guess this, and I’m not gonna help you. I’m just sayin’, Michelle. Look, she’s from Brooklyn, what do you do? I have a online store for women who love brunch, it’s called brunchnista.com. Okay, well Michelle, now look here, we’re gonna play Celebrity Face Swap, okay? Yes, let’s do it.
We’ve blended two celebrity faces together, I didn’t guess it, it’s really tough ’cause one of the celebrities– Can I get a hint? Nope. (Michelle laughing) They don’t like each other. They were lovers. Oh! We talked about it on Hot Topics. They’re from the housewives over there where Vick is from. I gave her too much info. (Michelle laughing) So you’re not a regular watcher of the show?
It’s a hard one. You’re so busy at brunch. (audience and Michelle laughing) Okay, one of ’em is Denise Richards. And the Hadid lady? No, no.
No. Denise Richards.
(Buzzer buzzing) You know what? That’s trifling. When did glam go? It’s okay. We’re gonna send you for dinner for two to Fogo de Chao, they’ve got great food, and we’ll be right back.
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(audience cheering) DJ Vick One? Yes? You’re very, thank you. Thank you, Wendy, thank you.
(audience applauding) Tomorrow I got the Hot Talk panel, plus Young M.A. is gonna perform. My next stop is Jimmy Fallon tonight. I love you for watching Wendy today and I’ll see you next time. (audience cheering)
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How you doin’? (man coughing) Nice. (thunderous triumphant music)