Wendy Williams is not one to mince words.
Asked how she feels about turning 50 and becoming a card-carrying member of the AARP this year, the daytime talk host makes it plain: “I’ve still got all my teeth, and 90 percent of the time nothing hurts when I wake up in the morning,” she says, seated on the couch beside her kitchen table.
“It’s not like the 1930s version of 50. I’ve got a whole other chapter of life to go.”
And like most modern women of a certain age, she’s not interested in slowing down.