She’s the kind of media personality that artists love because she builds them up — and fear because she can bring them down. She’s interviewed many of the biggest names in entertainment — Jennifer Lopez, Whitney Houston, and Queen Latifah among them — and is known for her ability to disarm and get them to reveal their secrets. Known as both a "shock jock diva" and "the biggest mouth in New York," Wendy Williams is always at the top of her game, whether she’s doing color commentary for the VH1 Fashion Awards or giving romantic advice on her daily drive-time show. But there’s more to the Queen of Urban Radio than meets the mike. Wendy’s Got the Heat is her story — about growing up in a predominately white suburb, recovering from drug addiction, struggling to launch a successful career in one of the most male-dominated media industries — and it’s by turns painful, hilarious, triumphant, and totally true.
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