The National Radio Hall of Fame induction ceremonies were held last weekend in Chicago and former syndicated radio personality turned television talk show host Wendy Williams took her place among radio’s legendary icons. Apparently time has stripped away much of the humility she first showed publicly when she got the news of her induction from RHOF national chairman Bruce Dumont in July. The tears flowed on her newly launched daytime television show as “the little girl from New Jersey with a dream” graciously took the call from Dumont live on-air. Accepting the award on Saturday in front of a room that included the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Dennis Miller and Willard Scott, the Queen of Media made it clear to the audience that television “gets her” more than radio and that she deserves to be in the hall and “is exactly where she needs to be.” Maybe so Wendy, and we’ll not argue that point, but maybe it is best to let someone else say that for you-like the fans who said it by voting you into the hall.
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