Fans of “The Wendy Williams Show” noticed on Monday that the social media channels had been taken down, just two weeks after the final episode aired.
The website was completely scrubbed, while the Instagram and YouTube accounts were gone.
The iconic daytime talk show — which first premiered in 2008 — was on the air for 13 seasons, ending June 17 after its eponymous host, Wendy Williams, suffered several health issues.
Much to the disappointment of fans, Williams was unable to be part of the episode, but the show did include a video tribute to the host.
Sherri Shepherd, who was a guest for the past year, will take over the Williams timeslot with her own talk show, “Sherri,” which premieres in the fall.
While the show’s digital footprint may be gone, the ‘Think Like a Man’ star was able to get her iconic purple chair off the set before it was thrown away. She plans to include it in her upcoming podcast, which is still in development.
Williams’ manager, Will Selby, confirmed the move, telling the Sun last week: “That was… [Wendy’s] and it means the old chapter is closed as we begin the new one.
“We’re going to take it and that will be part of her new show.”
Williams, 57, had decided to stop hosting in 2020 after coping with COVID-19, mental health issues and fatigue from Graves’ disease.
In 2018, she announced that she had been diagnosed with the condition, which causes the immune system to attack the thyroid gland, and has faced a host of problems since.
In addition, Williams also suffers from lymphedema, which is caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system. And last week, the iconic talk show host claimed it had gotten worse and she now has “maybe 5 percent” feeling in her feet.
“See this?” Williams told TMZ, showing off her swollen leg. †[My foot] goes up and down. I may only be able to feel 5 percent of my feet, you understand?”